Cebo Campbell

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Creative Director
New York

Conversations with Women

Conversations With Women

Conversations With Women is a collection of real conversations from real women woven into a coming of age narrative. Part poetry, part memoir, a boy becomes a man exploring themes of youth, sex, identity, and patriarchy through the wisdom of women. Timeless words in important times.

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Wait, how do I not know you?

I reserved this space so I could tell you all about me. The truth is, writing bios is a boring exercise. You know already that I am a writer and an artist. You may know I am based in New York, and was raised in the American South. But what you likely don't know, is that while you may be here to learn more about me, I like to surround myself with talented and creative people all around the world. So, let this little paragraph offer you less about me, but present an opportunity for me to learn more about you. Consider this my personal invitation to be one of those inspiring friends. Contact me. Say hello.

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Yellow Scarf

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Morning

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Hallo Berlin

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Kitchen Table

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Vacant Lot

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Norwegian Maple

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About

I am an author and a Creative Director.

As a full-time creative (VP of Creative Services at Spherical), I spend most days writing in the nooks and crannies of my available time. I wake up at 5:30am just to get in a few hours putting words on paper. I write on the train. I write on planes. I write waiting in lines. I feel I have to write. The reason is simple: representation.

I often tell the story of Ferris Bueller; a kid who decides to skip school and, on charm alone, steals a car, impersonates a cop, drinks underage, tampers with computers, and at every step exposes his best friends to peril, only to go home and fall asleep with his mother to kiss him into sweet dreams. I asked myself if Ferris were Trayvon Martin, how might that story end? I know the answer. So do you. And this is why representation is so important. I aim to contribute more stories into the world that diversely feature regular (but beautiful) lives made extraordinary. Art, I believe, is the only way to accomplish this. All my creative work is inspired by and aims to add to all the great work in the world.

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