An exploration of my brownness, identity, and sexuality. Commissioned by Grand Rapids Symphony
An analysis of my own body image through remixing Gloria Estefan's "Get On Your Feet." Commissioned by Alarm Will Sound
An ode to Sir Pull-A-Lot, my tweezers in shining armor. (NOTE: Video contains flashing lights.)
A psychedelic take on a medieval round. (NOTE: Video contains flashing lights.)
Remix of Taylor Swift’s “The Archer” (from her album “Lover”) & “Kabhi Kabhie Mere Dil Mein” (from the Bollywood movie “Kabhi Kabhie”) (NOTE: Video contains flashing lights.)
This is not a breakup song.
I’m dreaming of a White Christmas Just like the ones I used to know.
Original song written by Sean David Christensen, Mark Christopher, and Tehillah Alphonso
Remix of Kacey Musgraves’s “Rainbow” & Judy Garland’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” from The Wizard of Oz
I never truly felt like a woman growing up. Being brown, I was a woman in mind, form, soul, and ambition – but never in American societal perception. Being a focus of others’ desire felt impossible for me, so I thought I myself wasn’t allowed to desire.
Turn Your Feet Around brings the nightclub to the concert hall. Using deconstructed and warped fragments of the ever fabulous Gloria Estefan’s “Get On Your Feet,” performers have a chance to reconnect with their own physicality by dancing to wild reimagined grooves and 80s-style drum beats.