I'm a journalist, editor, and graduate student pursuing my master's of publishing at New York University. My work is centered on impactful storytelling that amplifies creative and cultural production by underrepresented figures in the arts.
As an undergraduate student at Georgia State University, I founded and operated Quaint Revolt Media - a multimedia publishing company covering emerging creatives of color in visual art and culture.
Currently, I'm a podcast marketer for iHeartMedia by day and freelance writer/editor by night. I am now accepting exciting projects where I can leverage my experience to produce thought-provoking, stimulating work.
Bree Holt: An Intentional Gaze
Sasha-Gay: Tell us about your early life and introduction to the arts.
Bree Holt: I was introduced to photography early in my life, as my father is a photographer and both of my parents always took cool photos with their friends that I adored. After losing my mother as a teen, I understood the importance of capturing moments wi
Creative in Residence: Curatorial collective working to diversify art-museum workforce
“There are many ways in which this program is obviously timely, but it’s also very much ahead of the times when we think about the demands that are now being voiced ba
CDC Museum: A mixture of history, health and culture
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is one of the state’s most distinguished government organizations, and their work has been very instrumental in protecting the health of individuals within t
Retail struggles and dated sales strategies cause concern, but hope is not lost
This culmination of tension was bred by declining sales for major retailers such as J.Crew, Nasty Gal and Ralph Lauren, and rather subtle inflections that would prove paramount in terms of relevance and sales: social media’s influence over buyer’s activity and it
Langston Amadi’s Creative Playground
Shanequa Gay’s Love Letter To The West End
Gay’s contribution, titled “Morni
Redesign Your Creative Space With Leah Alexander
Lake Claire Community Land Trust: An interactive green space backed by a resolute community
In 1980s Metro Atlanta, Arizona Avenue residents faced the effects of city-sprawling directly. However, some homeowners banded together and dared to challenge the ill-treatment of the land around them. As a small co
Pressures of motherhood: Women can have fulfillment without children
When I went home to Jamaica, the personal inquiry was constantly bestowed upon me. “You don’t have any kids yet?,” a family friend asked. “When are you going to have a little one?,” my younger cousin pressed. I was only 23, and found the prying utterly offensive, both to my w
Morpha by AB+DM
RISE OF THE ATLIENS by Christian Cody
The use of space and space-travel motifs combines familiar faces in the Atlanta arts scene, to depict the progression of ATL’s creative craftsmanship; shining so bright for the world to see an
Demystifying Promotion & Tenure: A Resource For Black Women Paperback – December 4, 2021
by Dr. Pamela Leggett-Robinson (Author), Sasha-Gay Trusty (Editor), Dr. Pamela Scott-Johnson (Foreword), Dr. Sherine Obare (Foreword).