Alana is a native of Buffalo, New York. She received her dual Bachelor's degree from the State University at Buffalo with a concentration in Fine Arts Painting with minors in Photography & Art History. 
She has worked as the Community Programs Coordinator for Main (St)udios & most recently worked as the Program Coordinator for CEPA Gallery, located in downtown Buffalo. Alana curates exhibitions for downtown Buffalo's, Kaydara Noodle Bar Restaurant. 
Her work has been included in group exhibitions at The Burchfield Penney Arts Center, The UB Center for the ArtsThe UB Anderson Gallery, The Buffalo Arts Studio, 464 Art Gallery, The Vault Arthaus, Kaydara Noodle Bar, Filigrees Gallery & Boutique, Spot Coffee, El Beuno Amigo, The Czurles-Nelson Gallery, Silo City, The Niagara Arts & Cultural Center, The Avant Building, Main (St)udios & The Buffalo Artspace Lofts. 
 Fajemisin has held solo exhibitions at 464 Gallery, Filigrees Gallery & Boutique, Iprintfromhome, & Spot Coffee on Hertel Avenue in North Buffalo. Alana also participates as a fine art painting exhibitor in the Annual Elmwood Festival of the Arts. 
Alana's work has been published in Buffalo's Artvoice magazine, Buffalo Rising, The State University at Buffalo's Spectrum magazine as well as The Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts' Annual Brochures.