A Message from Thulani
Thank you for taking the time to visit my website! I want to let you in on a little secret: In my early years, I did not talk. My mother thought I was mute. As I grew up, of course, I was forced to speak but I still didn't say much with words. I found my first preferred language when I was given the gift of dance at age 10. I found my second preferred language when I was given the gift of Computer Science at age 17, upon entering the major at Spelman College. I found my voice, the first time I was able to experiment and create using both of my preferred languages. There is not a combination of words that can accurately encapsulate how I feel when I am creating and why I feel that creating is what I am supposed to do. The action of creating is my assignment, it is why I exist. As I embark on this journey to become a creator, I would like for this website to host all of my dance, computer science, and intersectional body of work. You can also find my outreach and exposure work here. I invite you to click around, send me some feedback, and/or reach out to collaborate! I hope you enjoy what you find and I hope to hear from you. Thanks for stopping by!