Audrey is a black, multi-talented, female artist and upcoming animator located in the heart of Atlanta. She utilizes the skills learned from her early mentors Celeste Joseph, Marc Sparacio, and Elio Guevara, in which all have impacted her artistic journey. After achieving a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art & Animation, from The Art Institute of Atlanta, Audrey learns that “true happiness” is soothing her mental through her art work and overall health. Fully certified in teaching art to the youth, traveling one road trip at a time, and driven to share her God-given gifts around the globe as her mother always encouraged her to do since childhood.
Audrey has always been inspired creatively by all things around her, in which concepts derives from heart-to-heart conversations, a new song that sets the mood, authentic aspirations, and even from her dreams. Audrey carries a style that’s semi real, vibrant, and playfully expressed using multiple materials and platforms to achieve an authentic outlook. There isnt any where she travels without her “idea book” to take note of what could be a future masterpiece. Just a young creative who uses her time to make a creative impact while influencing others to do the same.
”LOVE YOURSELF baby girl. Your dark skin is beautiful and empowering. Focus on your goals and take action on your dreams because no one will do it for you. Only person you need to satisfy in this life is yourself. Just keep swimming in the right direction.”
Audrey is devoted in capturing black culture and female empowerment. Growing up as a little dark skin girl, there wasn't much black women influence for her being represented in magazines or historical museums other than slavery, Tyra Banks; thank God later came Lupita, Kelly Rowland, and Viola Davis. For this reason, she uses muses of her own accord (real life people) that are positive influences and can be a living vessel for little girls around the world to envision themselves as leaders one day. All shades of melanin pursuing their dream goals, and as a way for Audrey to tell a story and connect with her audience with everyday life experiences. And through it all, to wear our crowns with our chins held high.
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3D modeling is basically like digital clay sculpting an animated character for video games or films using computer software. Hence the product is called a 3D model. Even after graduating with this kind of portfolio, it allowed Audrey to build stronger, diverse characters overtime. She aims to work for an animation company that allows her to turn her ideas into a reality. She specializes in all technical software: Photoshop, Procreate, Maya, ZBrush, 3D Coat, Marmoset, and Substance Painter. Audrey is currently working on her own animated series that captures modern day struggles in a diverse world.
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