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
Spike Lee throws Brooklyn Block Party celebrating 30th anniversary of Iconic film ”Do The Right Thing” /
Do The Right Thing Way, became official back in July of 2015 and is the official location for Spike Lee's annual Block Party! Spike makes it a point to return to the very location where he filmed the thought-provoking story some 30 years ago. DTRT like so many of Spike’s other films tells the story of the Brooklynites and the Greater Black Community.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
Taken May 29, 2017.
B.A.M. Dance Africa Street Festival, Brooklyn, NYRead More
This photo was taken during a photo shoot from one of my favorite artist Osyris Antham. This was right after Joyner Lucas put out the ”I’m Not Racist” music video. So many Black folks felt the video was quite one sided and Osyris being Osyris decided to out it on wax. You can check out the video below.Read More
Vigil for Unarmed victims of Police Violence.
Union Square Park, NYC
July 24, 2016Read More
Oct. 17th 2017
Capoeira at Brooklyn Musuem