home to visual and thought experiments by Nigerian essayist, self-portraitist, and self-taught, award-winning visual artist, Stephanie Nnamani. Nnamani is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BA in Psychology, Business Studies and Communication Studies.

Merging her background in social science with her discipline in Art, Nnamani seeks to examine concepts of absence, presence, and Otherness as it pertains to her identity as a first-generation Nigerian immigrant. 

She seeks to power the narrative that one can be many things, at once, and the value in allowing the multiplicity in Being. Further, her process emphasises the role of colour as a subject and a means to expand creative expression, as well as engage and explore personal narratives.