Nurrah Aishah Muhammad (she/hers) was born in Detroit, Michigan. As a baby, her family moved to Chicago, Illinois, where she was raised for the majority of her life. She attended Muhammad university of Islam, where she would go on to participate in extracurriculars that focused heavily on engineering and animation. During her time in high school, she would go on to participate in computer science internships at places like the University of Illinois at Chicago as well as the Field Museum. Following her graduation, she decided to shift her focus solely on art, majoring in animation and minoring in filmmaking at Columbia College Chicago. Muhammad currently resides with her parents in the suburbs of Chicago and intends to graduate in 2024.
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Antoine, Kelso, "Interview with Nurrah Muhammad" (2020). Capturing Quarantine Oral Histories. 29.