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A lifelong artist, Ms. Freeman has experience with a wide array of visual and performing arts techniques and styles. She has studied musical theatre, photography, printmaking, weaving, painting, drawing, design, ceramics, African dance, sculpture, metal-working, and jewelry making in addition to years of art history and theory. Currently she is pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Simulation and Digital Entertainment (Video Game Design).
In the performance arena she has performed in musical theatrical works such as Antigone, Dreamgirls, and Pearlie, in collaborative efforts with classical dance, classical musicians, within culturally diverse venues and artists. This has also led her to perform in historic fairs and carnivals in full dress and battle re-enactments. Currently her passion is studying classical voice.
In addition to her artistic endeavors, professionally Ms. Freeman has been a successful graphic designer for years, mostly in magazine publication and editorials. She has designed for multibillion dollar corporations including General Motors, Bank of America and real estate giant Coldwell Banker to name a few.
A casual writer and accomplished artisan Ms. Freeman grew up in Dallas, TX watching World Class Championship Wrestling. And has proudly been a lifelong fan of professional wrestling since the age of 6.
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