Kasso is a renowned visual artist, graffiti scholar, and educator. He is a visionary artist whose lived experiences, cultural heritage, spirituality, and the world’s social issues inform the subject of his murals, paintings, and illustrations. Kasso is well known for his bold use of colors, expressive abstracts, polymorphic imagery, and Afrofuturistic style. For over 20 years, his work has centered on using mural arts as a vehicle for community-building, activism, beautification, and healing. Kasso previously served as the Alexander Twilight Artist-in-Residence at Middlebury College where he completed extensive mural and portrait art at the Anderson Freeman Resource Center in 2017.