at the end of the day we are all Black, Femme and proud.

Who is...


Our small team of four bring heritage from 2 continents, 4 countries, 5 cities, & 8 ethnicities. 


Nia Hampton

Nia is a multidisciplinary artist and who has consistently found community with black femme filmmakers in her travels around the world. During her first solo art show “Drapetomania; The Strong Urge to Escape” Nia created and hosted the first Black Femme Supremacy Film Festival as a means to hold space for black femme filmmakers from all over the world. As an international freelance journalist by trade who has written for sites like DAZED, VICE, Paste Magazine, LA Weekly and the Village Voice, Nia hopes that the festival will travel and meet black femme filmmakers where they are, wherever that may be.

Jenné Afiya

Jenné Afiya Matthews is a multi-disciplinary creative living and working between Baltimore, MD and Chiapas, MX. She descends from a long line of nurturers, healers, conjurers, creators, partiers, and “take-no-stuff” kind of folk from North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Maryland, and beyond. She is forever grateful for all of their sacrifices, dreams, fortitude, and prayer of which she is the direct result. She is a founding member of the queer Black women artist collective BALTI GURLS and has worked both at the grassroots and non-profit levels supporting creatives, artists, and entrepreneurs. She is also the creator and host of ZUZU HAUS, an audio project dedicated to exploring the unique relationship Black folks have with their home-spaces, past and present. In her free time she loves digging in the dirt, caring for her ever-expanding collection of plants (aka “The Legendary Children”), and binge-watching all kinds of TV and films

Angela N. Carroll

Angela N. Carroll is an artist-archivist; an investigator of art history and culture. She is a curator and contributing writer for Saint Heron, Sugarcane Magazine, Black Art in America, BmoreArt, and others. She received her MFA in Digital Arts and New Media from the  University of California at Santa Cruz and intermittently teaches within the Film and Moving Image program at Stevenson University in Baltimore Maryland.


Hilda Adeniji

Hilda is a passionate marketer, who loves exploring the intersections of social culture both on and off-line. Her expertise in digital advertising and experiential marketing allows her to develop impactful work helping companies achieve their goals

Hilda’s experience includes serving as independent contractor on various projects and events within the entertainment, music, and technology industries for companies such as Google, International Emmys Awards, SxSW, SheaMoisture, and New York City’s Wine & Food Festival.

art direction

Maya Rodriguez

Maya is a freelance graphic artist and exhibit designer, currently based in San Francisco. A print/web artist by trade, Maya has worked with artists, entrepreneurs, non-profits, corporations, musicians, etc. on visual content that’s original and inspired.  Her photography, and graphic work has been featured in Miami New Times,, Vice, GumRoad, and exhibits in Miami, San Francisco and Bay Area.
Project Manager

Jody Anderson

Jody is a Toronto based freelance writer, zine enthusiast and project lover. She’s currently a contributing writer for Toned Magazine and has work published in Flare, HelloGiggles and An Injustice. She was managing editor for Sophomore Magazine’s multimedia Sex Ed project and co-creator of a zine anthology on Black sexuality that showcased at Margin of Eras Gallery.