BlackManWhiteBaby is a contemporary artist working in photography and video.
Their self-portraits focus on themes surrounding race, gender identity, childhood trauma, and American culture.
In 2018, BlackManWhiteBaby's solo exhibition entitled, American Traditions, included a video installation and Spoken word. An art installation, entitled, The highest paid person in this room is a white man, centered around a live music set performed by Canadian DJ, ATrack.
The show presented a hint of Southern hospitality while simultaneously showing the relationship between slavery and modern day commerce. Upon arrival guest were served fried chicken and biscuits by white-gloved Black men dressed as Uncle Ben. One of the gallery rooms was transformed into a chat circle with a group of actors telling stories in the voices of real people who were unarmed when killed by a police officer. One of the actors was the former college roommate of Sandra Bland.
In 2019, BlackManWhiteBaby's art was featured on the Fox Television series Empire.
Collectors of their work include film producer-director, Lee Daniels and singer-songwriter, Lady Gaga.