I flourish through signs

I am Alexis Larinda Carney (Lexie). AKA "that crazy chick," "always going off," "just trying to get attention," "keeps talking about being Deaf..."


I'm a Hard of Hearing 27 year old. Born in Meridian, MS. Moved to Philadelphia, MS when I was 11. Moved to New Orleans, LA when I was 12. Been here ever since.

Deaf Child's mission: make music, bring people together, support communities. Deaf Child is my DBA. The name comes from my complete Deaf Gain in my left ear (partial Deafness in right) since birth.

My work is named after my feelings as a Deaf Child raised in a hearing world.

I earned my Bachelor of Science from Loyola University New Orleans in Music Industry Studies plus Business Administration. I study how people find, interpret, then act on different forms of communication (semiotics). 

My team: Shah produces electronic music, plus previously ran a sound rental company. Cristina is not only a sales consultant, but also a Deaf mother of five. She is an advocate for Deaf Culture and ASL access.

Online Payments and Financial Support:

​• Cash App $AlexisLarinda

​• PayPal via deafchildpresents@gmail.com 

​• Venmo @Alexis-Carney

Author of:

60 Hour Marketing Challenge | February 2021

Cheap $hit | May 2021

Street Team Secrets | May 2021

Interviews about Deaf Child:

• Be New Orleans | 365 New Orleans: Deaf Child | April 2019

​• DeafandHOH.com | Member Monday | February 2020

Published by:

Big Easy Magazine | The Heart of Business is Femininity | October 2018


Interviews by Deaf Child: 

• Paris M. Hatcher | How Artists Influence Communities | September 2018 

• Monalicious (Mona Magno) of FreeMusicForFreePeople (FM4FP) | How Artists Influence Communities | September 2019

Inspiration from: 

• Karen Lozinksi | How Artists Influence Communities | March 2018

Member of: 

• What's Nola Doing? | Admin | October 2017

• Marketing Mondays Meetup | Admin | February 2021

A pixel in the bigger picture:

• BuzzFeed | 28 Reasons why New Orleans Rules all Year Long | May 2013 

• Nola.com | Engage Don't Rage: More than 1000 March Peacefully in New Orleans to Protest White Supremacy | August 2017

• Jazz and Heritage Fest | Sync Up Conference Participants | January 2018

• From L.A. to N.O.L.A. | Krewes of Babylon and Muses Parades 2019 | March 2019

• Very Local New Orleans | Photos: Marching Krewes Dance to get the Blood Flowing, Literally | August 2019

• From L.A. to N.O.L.A. | Krewe of Tucks Parade 2020 | February 2020