Elijah Ndoumbé is a queer creative of the Black Diaspora who uses writing, film, and photography to amplify the voices and stories of folks whose narratives often, in their words, "go untold, or are shoved under the rug.” The artist seeks to challenge the dominant narrative around Black, Brown and Queer bodies as pathologized beings.
Ndoumbé received their bachelors in African & African American Studies, and Feminist, Gender & Sexuality, at Stanford University. Post-graduating, they continue to collaborate with fellow creatives in the Bay, London, NYC, Berlin, and Cape Town, while simultaneously developing their film project UNDONE. Ndoumbé has worked for Warner Bros., Lena Waithe, and developed visual content for private clients, SWEAT, Color of Change, IDA, and independent organizations in the Bay Area.
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- Interview with Nasi Magazine: Eli
- Stanford Political Journal: He... She... Whatever
- Stanford Arts Review : Rest in Purple | You Can't Make Me lovely