Moon has always been fascinated with magic since she was a little girl. With her Chinese-Jamaican background, with traces of Cuban ancestry and traditions (being Catholic and being raised in the Caribbean), she realized magic was real and has always been around her in and in her life.
Though she has a deep love and appreciation for movies such as Teen Witch, Practical Magic, and The Craft. Her heart began to break when she realized none of these witches (and other supernaturals) were brown as her. Until Eve's Bayou found her, and even then it took her from 1997, at 8-years-old, to 2009 to meet another Black witch, Bonnie Bennett of The Vampire Diaries.
As an adult, and still loving the world of supernaturals, magic, and folklore, Moon decided to take matters into her own hands by creating Juju: The Web Series. Her influences were The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, American Horror Story: Coven, and True Blood.
"I wanted to see a world of Black supernaturals, so I created one. I created Juju for the little Black girls who practice and love magic can see themselves on TV. This is for my people across the diaspora to be proud of their heritage, their culture, and most importantly their magic. Because from the dawn of time, that's what Black history is... magic." - Moon Ferguson
Learn more about Moon and her other projects here.