Angela Carter is a multi-disciplinary artist.
Born in Suriname and raised in The Netherlands, Angela Carter moved to Atlanta at the age of 16 to pursue her dreams of becoming a professional artist. Once realizing her passion for Film Direction she majored in Communications and minored in Art Education. She obtained her degree in Mass Media Arts from Morris Brown College.
After graduation, Angela moved to New York where she honed her skills as a video editor and Freelance Photographer. In 2003 she developed a mixed media production. The show was called “The Crossroads'' and combined film, live music, and spoken word. It traveled from the Nuyorican Poets Café in NY, all the way to Suriname. This established the foundation for Angela as an interdisciplinary artist. In 2007 Angela combined her worldly perspective with her personal experiences and produced her first feature film “Nina”, which was filmed in Suriname and The Netherlands.
After moving back to Atlanta in 2008, the ever busy and ever creative, Angela added photojournalism to her resume and published “Angela Carter Presents Atlanta’s Finest” a coffee book that featured 108 of Atlanta’s most talented citizens.
Since the spring of 2012 Angela has been at the head of her company Sumona Productions. Here she combines Mass Media and Fine Art from the production house located in the Atlanta Grant Park area.