Pookie: Photography exhibition will feature an accumulation of five connecting photo series: 100 Womxn, Violet, Beauty, 36 Timez, and Wives. Each respective series is meant to portray a cyclical narrative that touches on the generation of black millennial women reliving past generational trials and tribulations and conquering them, which then are woven through seasonal changes, recreation of famous art pieces, and using the inspiration from Zora Neale Hurston's "Their Eyes were Watching God" and Alice Childress' "Wine in the Wildress" to express the contemporary styling of the photographs, all being tied together through the story of Corey's relationship with his late mother, Pookie. The multiculturalism present within this exhibition shines light on the beauty of the millennial age – a world that his mother embodied sometime ago.