..is a contemporary musical artist,
film director and freelance photographer with an innovative background that includes marching/symphonic band,
music theory, & community outreach...
His studio work involves keyboard compositions, polyphonic productions interlaced with lyrics which describe current life, thought & theory, elements of hip-hop, soul, trance and indigenous vibes in an inspirational context.
As a digital storyteller, he continues to innovate and looks forward to helping others develop their creative talents and extraordinary business skills in a global world.
Throughout 2012 till present, IkeZero continues to release exclusive projects, singles/collaborations for fans/supporters to digest.
IkeZero has featured his diverse musicality on stage in various venues sharing stages with Tech N9ne, Trae The Truth, Bianca Shaw, Starlito & Don Trip. Has traveled national DIY tours which included St Louis, KCMO, Colorado, L.A., Philadelphia, Miami, New Orleans, Chicago, Dallas and Atlanta.
IkeZero is an artist whose work has lent itself to expression in the social justice movement/community.
He's an avid supporter of youth, and has worked on community awareness projects with various Saint Louis organizations such as Better Family Life, Saint Louis Community College (Florissant Valley) “ Drawing Ferguson Together” (following the death of Michael Brown), Girls, Inc “ Beat Production Summer Class”, and “Paint Saint Louis 2018”.
One of Ike’s most passionate specialized works to date as a cinematographer has been short film "HOODIE" (2017), which illustrates the importance of a garment of clothing raising stigmas over African Americans regarding racial disparities in North America.
HOODIE has been nominated as
Semi-finalist of SIFF Film Festival 2020.
IkeZero has been featured in ChicagoReader for his keen fashion sense, MetroSTL for his revolutionary film work, STL Today and The Riverfront Times for his musical performances.