Isis Davis-Marks is currently a writer and visual artist who lives in New York City. Her writing has been published in Artsy, Popula, Musee Magazine, The New Haven Independent,The Yale Daily News, and DOWN Magazine. In addition, she has been interviewed by The Washington Post and The Yale Politic. Her work primarily focuses on classism, sexuality, race, social media and politics. She often relates her work to different aspects of identity and an increasingly fluid social climate across a variety of media.