JOURNALISM AND DIGITAL ACTIVISM
Tiffany Fenton was born in Jamaica and migrated to the United States in 1999. Her parents encouraged her to explore and foster an early love for literature and Illustration. Thus, her childhood was spent part-taking and enjoying all forms of art.
With humble beginnings, the support of family and friends, she remains motivated and passionate to write stories. Stumbling into a world of journalism and digital activism, her goal is to travel the world, document the lives of those around her with regular to extra ordinary stories, and contribute to spreading information that will change the lives of those in her community and the world.
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"Something was in the air. The adrenalin, music, and the woody floral scent of the proofed and barreled aromas of whiskey. The flow of mojito (compliments of the distillery) and the dark soft hues of light casting shadows that were strange and flirtatious."- Tiffany J Fenton
The painted shadows became rebellious. There is a conflict between what are precise strokes of paint lead intuitively and the metaphoric arrangements of fluid objects that are quickly moving without directions, under the guidance of skillful hands. Imagine trying to shape water, then you frame it by layering thoughts, feelings, and expressions like they were bones and skin." - Tiffany J Fenton
""Through the 13th amendment that continues to justify slavery-in the same regard to taking children- society continues to accept this blatant human and child rights violation because it labels it as abuse and neglect. In this conversation, we present a legal system embedded in the institution of slavery, whereby it’s difficult to ignore the very obvious attack. It is the same history that objectifies black women, offering their bodies and offsprings as casualties, while it simultaneously emasculates the black men whose instincts to protect their families and fight back would be met with death. "- Tiffany J Fenton
"" The point is, there are obvious parallels between grown criminalized bodies and a culture that hates the actual wombs that conceived and birth them. If the black female body is a blurry dehumanized figure, then what can it produce in a society that can’t really see it and doesn't appreciate it? "- Tiffany J Fenton
""Father, It was the way his eyes and mouth responded to father. I took note of the expression as the word stretched out into my imagination. As he revisited memories, I participated, visualizing what home felt like on a typical day. Mother, It was the amount of affection that filled into each descriptive word "- Tiffany J Fenton
Bright. Colorful. Humorous. Sugar Buggies Explores the importance of dental hygiene in a creative and imaginative way both parents and child can enjoy while offering concrete science-based information in an uncomplicated way
Venues and environments all over the world
Photo editing and polishing in my home studio
Capture the moment.