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Jéhan Òsanyin

Lead Facilitator

Earthseed's workshops are facilitated by moi! While I'm the lead faciliator for our programming I love collaborating.  Depending on the size of your group I'll contract with other global majority facilitators who are beautifully versed in belonging, anti Blackness, climate justice, and the stories our bodies tell with and withour our consent. I'm an experiential facilitator: we learning by doing, reflecting, doing again.


I use theatre to heal racialized trauma.  I'm a conservatory trained professional theatre artist (directing, acting, storytelling). I've studied theatre in dozens of countries.  My autobiographical theatre work is written in English, Spanish, and Jamaican Patwa and most often explores the intersections of Blackness and intergenerational trauma. I studied Cultural Somatics and Psychological First Aid with Resmaa Menakem.  I'm a multi-day outdoor and environmental educator who works predominantly in backpacking and whitewater canoeing course areas. I learned to lead whitewater rafting trips on the Wenatchee River (class I-IV with cfs I recognize). I've played on rivers in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Washington State, Georgia, Yukon Territory, Canada, Driggs Idaho. I'm a certified Wilderness First Responder.  

I no longer facilitate outside of earthseed. If you're interested in organizational partnerships then gimme a holler

Jéhan Òsanyin

Ceramic Specialist

I like both hand-building and wheel throwing. I make bowls, mugs, pitchers, and whatever else seems interesting.  I don't know if I'll start vending publicly again. If so I'll try to get a blog entry up and let folks know.  I also make earrings, pins, and other accessories.


While I've developed a reliable standard line of pottery. I'm not an expert production potter.  I don't have any desire to be one. When I finally live on property in the woods, then maybe, but for now small batch is the sweet spot.


Jéhan Òsanyin

Customer Service Representative

Aye! Sorry in advance! One of the reasons I'm staying small batch is because I want to be able to take care with getting you the art you purchase.  With drop shipping it made sense to find a product people liked, you could market, and sell it en masse. I want to make small batches of things I like, one or two copies of other things, and continue to play with all the art forms.  

Jéhan Òsanyin

Website Maintence

Yup, still me, doing all the things to make earthseedxjéhan function. I'm centralizing all the processes here because it seems like it's a smart move that this point. I'll invoice you from here, I'll fulfill your orders from here. I'll update inventory. The goal is to make this the most reliable place to get up-to-date-information on moi.

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