Cheyenne Davis, a NYC-based graduate of the master's program in Media Studies at The New School, is a graphic designer, photographer, creative and writer looking to craft screenplays and digital content that are inclusive and highlight POC characters and perspectives. She also has interests in YouTubing and podcasting. Her artistic inspirations include Kehinde Wiley and his usage of unique patterns as backdrops for his art, Hokusai, a Japanese painter and printmaker, and natural elements. She also infuses color in her work to emphasize the important role that inclusivity plays in both her art and her life. Davis’ main goal is to use her art as the vehicle to drive the conversation in unpacking toxicity and lack of diversity in media.