Over the past three years, Sokari’s accomplishments as a photographer have included an exploration of Haitian Vodoun through the series “Spirit Desire.” This involved spending extended periods in spiritual communities in Haiti documenting ceremony, ritual, and everyday living. Sokari has also presented photographic essays addressing the environment, gender violence and portraiture in Haiti. Recently she participated in an digital exhibition at the Mckenna Museum of African American Art in New Orleans. In September 2016, she exhibited at the “Black Canvas” during the Black Feminisms Forum in Bahia, Brazil. In November 2016 Selections of her work were included in the 4th Biennale of Fine Art and Documentary Photography, Berlin, Germany. Also in November, writer, Alexis De Veaux presented on, “Spirit Desire,” at the Black Portraitures III Johannesburg, South Africa. Sokari’s work was used in “Blessed Bodies” testimonies of LGBTI in Nigeria as well as shown in a presentation, ‘Spirit Women,” at the Accra street festival in August 2016. In 2013 she co-edited the Queer African Reader, a groundbreaking work on African queer sexualities and gender expressions. In 2004 she founded the blog Black Looks, which holds a ten-year archive of essays and reports on LGBTIQ issues in Africa.