Fatima Burke is a Branding Specialist, UI Designer, and Front-End Web Developer born out of the music and art-enriched city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
At the curious age of 13 years old, Burke was selected by now MIT Professor Anne Spirn to participate in a Summer program initiative of the West Philadelphia Landscape Project in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania. There, she was introduced to the basics of Web Development using the HTML language and Graphic Design using Adobe Photoshop. This opportunity set in motion a path of entrepreneurship that would allow her to later develop for brands such as The Gospel Music Association/DOVE Awards, University of Pennsylvania, Motown Gospel, Grammy award-winning, Hezekiah Walker, and more.
As an award-winning creative, Burke’s overall purpose is to assist in increasing the visibility and impact of businesses and organizations by providing them the branding solutions, strategic promotion, and high-quality presentation she believes is critical to standing out in a visually noisy world.
In addition to freelancing, Burke is a choral music teacher children’s ensembles and instructs design and web development courses at local-area middle and high schools. She also advocates for providing STEAM education to children in underserved, minority communities to further bridge the digital divide and ultimately increase diversity in the fields of technology and digital arts.
She currently resides in Philadelphia with her husband and three boys, Micaiah, Aaron, and Judah.