What/who inspires you? Women (specifically black women), John Gourley's art, things that flow.
Give us a backstory on when you started being a creator. When did you start creating? I didn't take my art seriously until my sophomore year (I'm a junior now). I realized I have the ability to make beautiful things and that it would be a waste not to pursue art.
One fun fact about you. I draw lots of boobs
What inspires you about other creators/activists? I'm inspired by other artists when I see them make their art. I think it's crazy that just by watching them, you can tell they're comfortable in their creation, you can see the emotions they're trying to show. What inspires me about other activists is that they're comfortable with their voice being put out into the world, despite people who don't understand the passion we feel when we say the things we say. Activists who support one another, activists who don't view their activism as a form of superiority.
Do you consider yourself a feminist? Why or why not? I consider myself a feminist, not only because I believe in equal rights between the sexes, but also because being a girl means I face a lot of things that guys don't face. Experiencing these things makes me realize I can't not have an opinion. I'll never understand people who support feminism but can't call themselves feminists, I'll never understand people who don't support racism but don't speak out about it when it's right in their face. I feel like it's a moral obligation to not be silent about these things.