Adreenah "Dreezy" Wynn
Graphic Arts; Literary Arts; Media Arts; Multi Arts; Performing Arts: Spoken Word, Storytelling; Visual Arts: Film, Graphic Arts, Illustration, Media and Visual Communications, Mixed Media, New Media/Technology, Painting
I’m Adreenah but everyone calls me Dreezy. I am a graphic designer, female, African American, thriving with a blood disorder called Sickle Cell Disease, anxiety, and depression. My hometown is Apalachicola, Florida which is a rural community. I graduated from the University of Florida with a dual degree in Graphic Design and Art+Technology, minor in Sociology, and I will be finishing up my Arts in Medicine Certificate this year also at UF. I have hopes to get my Masters in Art Therapy program in the future. I consider myself a Digital Storyteller, Act Activist, and Social Designer.
I use design as a catalyst to initiate real conversation, amongst real people, about real issues. Much of my work has a social justice theme. My top medium would be video and digital media. You can check out my work at www.adreenah.com I volunteered and facilitated art and story-telling workshops in UF Health Shands Hospital, juvenile detention centers, and within the community including schools. I spent this past year doing community organizing and I love it! I currently volunteer with the Sunrise Movement and I’m working on starting my own blog.