Cebo Campbell

25 Things I Love

When my daughter plays peek-a-boo

Fall

My wife’s hair…it’s hot

Tweetie on my iPhone

Watching consecutive reruns of Scrubs

Finding poetry carved into piers

McDonald’s french fries

Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind on rainy days

My wife’s butt…it’s hot too

Art Museums

People who love what they do

Company of Thieves

Reading pages from any Jeffrey Eugenides book

Used book stores

Randomly hearing, “I Love It When Ya Call Me Big Poppa”

The 90’s

Making French Toast for my family

Football season

The smell of just-cut grass

The word “Verisimilitude”

Remembering that I stashed money in my center console

Dinner and a movie

Doing absolutely nothing for a whole day

People who use colloquialisms

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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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