Latasha Spencer was born in York, Pennsylvania and moved to West Palm Beach, Florida in her first year of life, where she was raised by her grandmother. In the colorful, tropical and eclectic culture of south Florida, Latasha found herself in the arts early on, starting classes at The Armory Art Center at 6 years of age. She explored her talents in both, The Middle School of the Arts and A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, where she graduated from the Visual Arts program in 2003. She sharpened her skills in drawing, painting and printmaking with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from The Savannah College of Art and Design. With here time spent there, and studying abroad in France and China, Latasha has grown exponentially in her abilities. Despite all of the technical skill she acquired, life had it's hurdles, as it often does. As a result of struggling with, and finally overcoming, drug and alcohol addiction in 2011, she has emerged as an incredibly creative and passionate individual with a genuine message. In 2011 she was impacted by a very real, and very strong, spiritual encounter that changed her life forever. Here is a caption of her testimony that puts the cause of her drive and renewed purpose into perspective: "Jesus radically showed up in my life when I was alone and at my worst in 2011. I saw the Holy Spirit, Jesus’s face, gleaming, radiating light and encircled with rainbows, rainbows like when sunlight hits water's mist. His eyes burned, I have never seen eyes like that. They knew me thoroughly, and imparted full Truth to me, that He was real and King over all. My words cannot do the vision justice. All I know is that it completely changed my DNA, and I could read and understand the Bible after that. I woke up saying the words “Thank you Jesus,” with warmth flowing through and covering my whole body, when the night before I laid down wanting to die, regretting and hating every aspect of my life. It was, for the first time, in a state of true repentance, that I came close to God. From that point on I’ve been unable to stop sharing the Gospel and the Truth about Jesus as King of Kings."