Back home in Raleigh, I engage with my community is through nontraditional activism and experiential campaigns. Here's a collection of projects I've recently done for fun. My work has been featured in places like The New York Times, Washington Post, Forbes, The Guardian, Fortune Magazine, BBC, NPR, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and The Atlantic.
North Carolina Needs You
I consulted with bands like Duran Duran, Mumford and Sons, and the Dave Matthews Band to donate more than $500,000 to equality-focused nonprofits. Learn why here.
North Carolina Museum of Art Micro Murals
The luxurious, one-of-a-kind cars and motorcycles of Rolling Sculpture: Art Deco Cars from the 1930s and ’40s are large in scale and big on style. However, the public art campaign I created to promote the exhibit—that is, 17 bite-size "micro murals" peppered around Raleigh—took the opposite approach. Learn more about micro murals and my very red shoes here.
SHAME Mobile Mural
What happens when you install a 40-foot banner of your Governor with the word "SHAME" in the city center? Hint: He doesn't like it.
This local reimagining of the "I Voted" sticker included a 12x12 mural, 1,000 buttons, and 10,000 stickers... and a parade. But did it work? Learn more here.
Come Out & Show Them
CO&ST is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that I co-founded with my husband, Grayson, to promote equality and justice in North Carolina and beyond.