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Stacey’s true creative life began the moment she started school in 1995. She attained her love for art while studying Graphic Design as well as a multitude of various types of art at Philadelphia's Hussian School of Art. At the same time, she also began her career in management and promotions while also designing promotional materials for the entertainment and restaurant industries while managing the Zanzibar Blue and Brave New World, which were both owned by the Bynum brothers. Her design client roster includes Dyana Williams, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Okayplayer, The Sound of Philadelphia (TSOP/Kenny Gamble), Warmdaddy's, Zanzibar Blue, EST, Green Soul, Relish and Jill Scott’s Blues Babe Foundation to name a few. She also freelanced as an In Market Manager for brands and their promotions such as the Bailey’s Beauty Shop & the Crown Royal Barbershop. This time was essentially a grooming for her to know how to survive in her own business, on all levels. Manager, designer, promoter, curator, creative mind. It all somehow began to become something......

With one door opening after another, Stacey's next venture in life was to start a promotion and event planning company. She decided to leave the nightclub as a Manager and enter as an Event Producer. Producing and promoting thousands of events over the past 23 years, she is the proud co-owner of the infamous, Tastytreats, which had been the longest running party in Philadelphia, weekly for 13 years. She created the event in 2001 with then partner, Questlove of The Roots and Yameen Allworld and DJ Mike Nyce. She's booked many special DJ’s at Tastytreats like DJ Jazzy Jeff, Cash Money, Q-Tip, Biz Markie, Premier, Tony Touch, Pete Rock, 9th Wonder and many more. 23 years later, she has also produced the well known events Inside The Studio, Candyland, The Illadelph Xperiment and many more. She’s produced there private afterparties Prince and Janet Jackson's 57th birthday party. She's booked talent like Gangstarr, Questlove, Black Thought, Marsha Ambrosius, De La Soul, Mos Def, KRS-One, MC Lyte, Master at Work, Bahamadia, Little Brother, Kool Herc, Beverly Bond, Jill Scott, John Legend, Jamie Foxx, Bilal, Reakwon and many others.

She’s responsible for branding a merchandise line, those infamous "Jawn" t-shirts as well as creating a popular newspaper for Philadelphia called, The Jawn. Stacey has been recognized by GPTMC (Greater Philadelphia Tourism + Marketing Corporation) as a Creative Ambassador of Philadelphia, an elite group of creative people honored by Philly360 and The Philadelphia Tourism Board. Stacey also teaches Graphic, Web, Digital and Event Design classes to young people as well as teaching painting at social painting parties for kids and adults.

Stacey's skill in art and illustration became more and more a part of her life as her acrylic and ink works of urban/comic book/graffiti-esque art came sneaking out on the scene. Her much admired works on wood, canvas and sneakers have been featured on the walls of the house of MTV's The Real World Philadelphia on UPN 57’s Half and Half, and seen on the pages of Jill Scott's book of poetry, The Moments, The Minutes, The Hours as well as featured in various exhibits, magazines and other outlets. In recent years, Stacey has become a muralist due to her work at the Tiny Room For Elephants festivals. Her murals can be seen in The Fillmore Philadelphia, One Art Community Center and at various Amazon locations.

Bringing all of her talents together was what created FLYGIRRL. A place where art, design, music and ground breaking promotions come together with consistency and style. There’s always more to come, stay tuned. 

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