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It can not be taken away, destroyed, given away or refused. 

Our light is unique, powerful, palpable and penetrating, it is loud, and quiet, it rebels and it heals, it offends and intrigues. But most importantly it is our own to discover and shape.

It requires strength, a foundation rooted in rich soil, and the ability to grow in truth and have faith. Intellectual illusions tell you it’s been dimmed, diminished, veiled, camouflaged or concealed but at the snap of a finger the power is within you to shine as bright as you wish.


Your light is Inalienable, glow in the dark, see with new sight, into the night. 

We are not enlightened by calling the dark, dark. Or thinking we are only light. That is the cerebral labyrinth we have trapped ourselves in.  Peace can be found when we find over-standing, beauty and TRUTH in both the light and the dark. There is no alpha without omega, no breath in without breath out, no giving without taking, no life without death, no light without dark, each requires its opposite.




We use our light as a tool for creative rebellion, a tool for Come-Unity development, a guide for self growth, alignment and a compass to navigate life. Your light is yours to use as you will. Have you given your light direction and purpose? 


This exhibit is dedicated to everyone discovering their light.  



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Exhibit Gallery 

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More art projects from this artist

The Boob Book Project

A revealing photojournalism series connecting the dots between breasts & humanity, past, present, and future.


A safe and anonymous platform to explore, respect and appreciate the spectrum of diverse breasts and stories that exist. We share intimate, raw, anonymous portraits and interviews to inspire healing through representation and rapport. 


The Boob Book Project uncovers the impact that our breasts have in our daily lives, society and around the world by filtering through history, health, propaganda, mental illness, the economic impact of social conditioning, patriarchal ideologies and much more. The purpose of uncovering such impact is to allow healing to happen by understanding why we need to heal in the first place and where our toxic mental constructs came from. It may shock you to hear some of the truths we have uncovered.


Recent Community Work

We have the right to be right  (RTBR) Collective

Community support and humanitarian relief work 

RTBR is a collective comprised of creatives focused on using their art as a tool to drive social justice.


Bahamas Relief Efforts

In 2019 The islands of Grand Bahama and Abaco were severely affected by Hurricane Dorian. As fellow Caribbean people, we know what it is like to have to recover from natural disasters and the great distress that follows. In these times the act of Come-Unity is most important.  

RTBR contacted the National Association of Bahamians in Canada to facilitate the collection, organization, transportation, and distribution of items, volunteers, and services that were desperately needed. 

On Sep 11-15, the first round of Volunteers traveled by air to Nassau, Bahamas from airports in Toronto and Fort Lauderdale with 400 lbs of donations to physically be present on the ground.  


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