Harambee was a community-based participatory installation that focused on the residents of the East Chattanooga neighborhood. It was exhibited as part of the Better Block Event hosted by Chattanooga's Glass House Collective. Harambee combined a mural of an abstract landscape with portraits of East Chattanooga residents, friends, and visitors taken on site during the exhibition and projected on the wall. The work provided a space where citizens could engage with each other, share their ideas for the future of the community, and discuss a piece of art that celebrated and documented the people of Chattanooga. This work was an interdisciplinary collaboration with artists Katherine Holden and Keren Beddoe.