Tasheka Arceneaux-Sutton is an educator, image-maker and graphic designer that specializes in print and publication design.
Tasheka is from New Orleans where she received her Bachelors degree in English with a minor in graphic design from Loyola University. After graduation, Tasheka worked as the Lead Designer for the Navy Reservist where she transformed their outdated newspaper into a contemporary magazine. After a couple of years, Tasheka left the Navy and attended graduate school at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), where she received her MFA in graphic design. In graduate school, Tasheka discovered her true voice as a graphic designer, where she investigated the authenticity of the visual language that is associated with African American pop culture, the history of black graphic designers and experimented with typography and publication design.