Haleigh Nickerson (b. 1994) /~~~~-->*pronounced [HAL - eeee]*<--- /is a multidisciplinary artist originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. In 2015, Nickerson received her Bachelor's in Art Practice with a minor in Ethnic Studies from the University of California at Berkeley. In 2017, Nickerson earned her MFA in Fine Arts from Parsons: The New School for Design in NYC. 

Haleigh has been featured in Sotheby's, #GuerrillaGirlsTakeover, Cultured Mag, EDITION by Modern Luxury, Dazed, For Freedoms 2020 Awakening, The Nameplate: Jewelry, Culture + Identity, has exhibited work at Phillips (New York, NY) and has since recently performed at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (Los Angeles, CA). Nickerson's work was selected as part of Amref's 2024 Artball auction hosted by Sothebys. In 2020, Nickerson was selected for Cultured Mag's  30 under 35 Young Artist List as an up and coming artist to watch in 2021. Nickerson is a  co-founder of Black Image Center, a Los Angeles collective based non-profit and blooming community art space founded in 2020 for the freedom, development, & growth of Black imagination. The collective has collaborated with Converse, For Freedoms, VIELMETTER  Los Angeles, The Getty Museum, Apple and more. Nickerson is currently a 2023 LACMA  Art + Technology Program grantee shaping culture at the intersection of identity, hip-hop, innovation + technology with an upcoming community-based social project titled Sojourner's Rovers.

Haleigh's background in documentary film includes producing Compton's Finest, a propulsive music-driven doc series tracing West Coast hip-hop, as filmmaker Cle 'Bone' Sloan interrogates the infamously known city's nuanced past, present, and future. 

Haleigh is an artist/ __((({-screen+song-})))__Writer/ producer, and filmmaker committed to her love for __authentic_ Storytelling. ✿

As a screenwriter, Haleigh is a collaborative creative --d-u-o-- with her sister Ashleigh.  [2gether], The Nickerson Sisters aim to tell complex diverse stories. 

pen 2[pA·pUH] she goes by  STUDIOGIRL

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