Feature film credits include About Cherry (Stephen Elliott), 99% (Celik Kayalar) and Jujuluv (Lisbon Okafor). See Film page for complete list. Nkechi's on-camera representation is Stars, the Agency in San Francisco and Avalon Artists Group www.avalonartists.com in Los Angeles.
Theatre credits include Amy Herzog's Belleville with Custom Made Theater, Young Jean Lee's The Shipment with Crowded Fire Theatre, Michelle Carter's Rose in America with Alter Theatre, Tanya Barfield's The Call with Theatre Rhinoceros and Scurmbly Koldewyn's Untamed Stage with Thrillpeddlers. Additional credits include Suessical, the Musical (Kimberly Dooley), In Our Own Words (Jackie Bendzinski),The BFG (Jon Tracy), Abigail, the Rock Opera (Michael Xavier), Trucker Rhapsody (Katherine Murphy), Vagina Monologues (Tracy Ward), Farewell to a Cannibal Rage (Sandra L. Richards) as well as improvisational theater and sketch comedy with the Oui Be Negroes Ensemble (Shaun Landry and Hans Summers). Complete list is on Theater Credits page. Nkechi completed the Summer Training Congress - Classical Intensive (Shakespeare) at American Theater Conservatory and has been a passionate theatre artist ever since.
As a singer-songwriter Nkechi's voice and music explore a range of music territory, from acoustic soul to folk rock and pop in a signature inspirational and lyrical sound. Nkechi's rich vocal textures and knack for improvisation make her live performances a dynamic one-of-a-kind experience. She writes conscious messages delivered through verse, rhyme, and melody. Nkechi's EP Soul Rock Butterfly is available on the Music page.
Nkechi believes her Creator designed her to utilize an integration of her left and right brains which requires a daily practice of staying out of her own way and not taking herself too seriously. Nkechi's passion is exploring Christ's love, the source of her joy, gratitude and talent, through the creative and entertainment arts. The website for Nkechi's creative happenings is www.nkechi.com