So here we go my photos from AfroPunk Brooklyn are finished. Between work and sleep it took me almost 4 days to sift through and edit over 500 pics, but I'm am finished. 🙌🏾 Not even gonna front I had the most fun this year than last two AfroPunk events! Plus my portrait photography has improved dramatically. There was a little run in with AfroPunk’s security detail that I still considering if j want to address or not. I may go live and let y'all know exactly what happened.Read More
As private messages leaked from the telegram account of Ricardo Roselló, protest emerged all of the United States in solidarity with the island of Puerto Rico. Roselló’s private messages being exposed would be a nightmare for any politician but accompanied with ongoing attempts to recover from disasters and a financial crisis, it would prove too much for even the most seasoned elected official. All of this has Puerto Ricans across the U.S. calling for the Governor to resign.Read More
So after sitting on these photos for almost a year I've finally completed the photoset. My subject for this shoot is the Uber talented Jasmine Nichole I've known her for about 3 or 4 years now and somehow we have never managed to shoot together. So last year while she was in town for AfroPunk we finally teamed up.Read More
This is a shot from when I first picked up photography. I used to run around the city or hours looking for anything interesting. I was mainly just trying to get as comfortable as possible with my camera so I would just snap away not really focusing too much on composition, I got lucky that day! (This photo is completely candid.) I believe the subject was trying to cross the street and I just happened to be in the right spot.Read More
Issa Khari is a Credentialed Visual Journalist and Street Photographer covering everything from Protest to Fashion Shows. After 5 years of covering events large and small, Issa has become a reliable source for independent news media and well known for shining light on the gems within the underground art sceneRead More
Taken May 29, 2017.
B.A.M. Dance Africa Street Festival, Brooklyn, NYRead More
I haven't been to a major event in a while so I decided to get the rust off & I popped out to Brooklyn Musuems First Saturdays.Read More