Tasha Nicolé Burton (b. 1981) is an emerging multidisciplinary artist living in St. Louis, MO. Burton is a self-taught photographer and visual artist that uses various mediums to interrogate, examine, and re-imagine social issues like race, mobility, access, and equality. Her work is human-centered, providing space for new discoveries that can lead society to work better together. She uses images and tangible objects to reveal the genesis of an idea and the ways in which we utilize self-awareness to unlearn or course correct our social interactions. Along with research and a study of the human mind, Burton’s work can be very literal for ease of understanding and aims to provide a viewer with an alternate perspective. By looking deeper, her goal is to be a conversation catalyst for change by telling a story that challenges what we have grown accustomed to that ultimately generates an appreciation and respect for another person’s struggles, successes, livelihood, agency, and spirit.