Appeared in the Mississippi-set coming-of-age drama BLACKBIRD as Randy (available on DVD & Blu-Ray), Bounce TV's hit series Saints & Sinners as youth choir member Taj & Season 4 of BET's hits series Being Mary Jane (BET app, Hulu) as the uber-talented, hip, always "in the know" employee, Tyrone "Ty" Nicholson.
Recipient of the 2016 Humanitarian Award of Television & Film at the Visions Community Foundations award ceremony & the 2017 Gentlemen of Promise Award at the The 6th Annual Gentlemen's Ball both held in Atlanta, GA.
Deputy Director, Mobilizing Our Brother's Initiative (MOBI) is a series of curated social connectivity events for queer people of color to see their holistic self while promoting community, wellness, and personal development. (For more information click on the word MOBI). Featured in Gilead Science Healthysexual Campaign, to learn more about the campaign and healthier sex, visit www.healthysexuals.com. In 2022, Julian joined GLADD as the Associate Director, Communities of Color and Media to create programming that shapes narratives and provokes dialogue that will lead to cultural change; while identifying and meeting the needs of the community.
Julian partnered with Bisi Alimi Foundation (Accelerating Social Acceptance of LGBTQ+ People in Nigeria) as a featured guest on the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia virtual event " Breaking The Silence". ViacomCBS (The Office of Global Inclusion, EMERGE & CBS Pride in partnership with GLAAD) as moderator during their Pride Month LGBTQ+ Intersectionality Spotlight virtual panel discussion around intersectionality, voting rights and protecting freedoms within the LGBTQ+ community.
On January 1st, 2019 Julian released, "A Year Without You" a book of poetry broken into four chapters each termed after the four seasons of the year beginning with Fall. Featured on NBC News Best Black Queer Books list in 2020; these poems will guide along the healing process which blossoms into a journey of self love & compassion. "A Year Without You" was a required reading at The University of Southern Mississippi during the 2019 Spring & Fall Semester. Purchase your copy today, click here.