Majella Mark is a researcher and artist who has created pieces for many art exhibitions including "Tiny Pricks" and "Visual Aids". She has also conducted numerous social justice workshops such as "The Wakanda Workshop", which addresses racial inequalities using Marvel's "Black Panther" as a cultural reference and the "Pvssy Plate Painting Party" to address gender inequalities and the objectification of the female body inspired by Judy Chicago's art piece, “The Dinner Party”. Majella is involved with many organisations, including Support Creativity, Black Women's BluePrint and others. She is also head of data for Womanly Magazine and Womanly Health. With her sister Sherrie Mark she founded the creative house Met God, She’s Black that consists of a podcast, online community, events, art activism and collaborations.
When Majella Mark was left unable to speak because of health problems, she felt alone and excluded. But on discovering New York’s hearing impaired community, she made new friends and learned to communicate in a way she never had before.
Majella Mark looks back to her own artwork, The Return, 2020, a celebration of African ancestry, and asks where can black men and women go to be safe in light of the murders of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery?