nia hampton

Filmmaker, Writer, and educator in Baltimore, Maryland

nia hampton

Filmmaker, Writer, and educator in Baltimore, Maryland

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nia hampton is a cultural worker from West Baltimore, MD. After starring in Al Jazeera America’s viral doc about the similarities in police brutality in Brazil and Baltimore she began a career in freelance journalism.

She's led workshops and classes for the MICA, UMBC, U Penn's Kelly Writers House and most recently the Abrons Arts Center.

Her written work has been featured in Vice, The Village Voice, Dazed Digital, Genius.com, GlitterMOB, and AutoStraddle, to name a few.

Her photo and videography work have been covered by BESE, and screened in the Baltimore Museum of Art. Her self published book “Cicatrizes” has been reviewed by AFROPUNK and is available for sale here.

She founded the Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest in 2018 and will be celebrating 5 years of the festival in May 2022.

nia hampton is available to consult, write, organize, produce, make art, talk, teach and lead workshops immediately.

  • Education
    • The University of Maryland, Baltimore County