Moses Washington has always been captivated by the art of storytelling. From a young age, He quickly absorbed the content of a variety of books and films. As He grew up, Moses Washington found that having an artistic outlet was the perfect way to express His thoughts, creativity, and imagination. Moses was diagnosed with a specific learning disability (SLD), a disability that caused some significant challenges for Moses academically. However, his academic challenges did not deter his efforts and determination in life. With all odds against him during his secondary education, Moses silenced the stereotypes associated with children diagnosed with SLD with his work ethic. This was only the beginning. Moses taught himself how to play the piano, and soon after, he began to write and compose music. Athletics was a demanding part of his life as he excelled as a star football player and track and field star. He accepted a full scholarship to the University of Oklahoma (OU) in Track and Field, fueling his future ambitions beyond South Florida. While attending OU, Moses became a student activist, starting his school organization at the University of Oklahoma, The Independent Artist Association, IAA. IAA was established to allow college students to gain valuable experience in the performing arts while pursuing their undergraduate or graduate degrees. While at OU, Moses wrote and directed three stage productions: “Situations,” "The Proverbs,” and "A Man’s Perspective.” The plays were performed at Langston University, Hillsdale College, Oklahoma City University, and the University of Oklahoma. Before departing OU, Moses received his bachelor’s degree in African American Studies and a Master’s degree in Human Relations while establishing MoWash Productions, LLC. MoWash Productions LLC is the pioneering result of IAA. The company was established to support and develop young aspiring actors and playwrights by enhancing the quality of acting. MoWash Productions strives to promote an awareness of the multifaceted problems facing Americans in their day-to-day lives through dramatic presentations. Currently, since Moses has moved back to Miami, He has produced over eight different sold-out shows "Does HE Even Love Me" & "Where Do We Go From Here, “If You Were Me,” “3 Sides To A Story,” "Moment of Truth" "The Nursing Home" "Fame Jr” “Cumming Together” and now “Conceived” He has traveled and Performed in Atlanta, Ft Lauderdale, Miami, Dallas, Baltimore, and Oklahoma City. Moses is the perfect example of a conqueror. He has not allowed his diagnosis of a learning disability to keep him from reaching his goals. Who knows what this guy is going to do next?