Zipporah Michel is a Haitian-American South Florida artist trained in graphic design, illustration, and fine arts with a deep interest in ancient civilizations and enriched tribal histories. Her work has been featured in “Roots of the Spirit” curated by Ludlow E. Bailey of the Contemporary African Diaspora Art (CADA), ArtServe, Inc., and the Broward Art Guild. Michel is also featured in Global Art Agency’s international art book, Contemporary Art of Excellence Book Volume IV, as well as being presented with a proclamation award from the Vice Mayor of North Miami Beach Florida. Aside from artistic practices, she studies aviation administration, martial arts, and volunteers as a staff member during junior sporting events. Her other hobbies include scrapbooking, reading, creative writing, skating, playing board games like chess, checkers, Chinese checkers, mahjong, darts, and puzzle, and riddle solving (with Senet and hiking being a new conquest). As an alumnus of the New World School of the Arts in the visual arts, Michel seeks to continue her education in Media Arts and Animation to educate others of African descent to pursue the arts.