About Me

I am a photographer, writer and social scientist...this is my forum for creative expression. I am using this blog to document my days and nights in the city that never sleeps...all the photographs, unless otherwise credited, have been shot by yours truly. If I offend you...good...I hope you begin to think more critically about the world in which we live. I am here to discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly...and there is a whole lotta ugly out there!!! If you have a problem with anything that I write or photograph, let me know. It will not change my opinion but I appreciate and welcome discourse. One little bit of advice...don't do stupid things and let me photograph you...it will turn up on my blog.


Wednesday, August 8, 2012

SKIPP WHITMAN X #UptownVernacular PRESENTS 7 ELEVEN at Local 269
Cavalier , Chaz Van Queen,    SKipp Whitman, Warren Britt,  Scott Free, Tyquan Sounds, Ohene



Thursday, July 12, 2012

Foreign Exchange at the Music Hall of Williamsburg

A couple of weeks ago, I had a chance to go see Foreign Exchange at the Music Hall of Williamsburg .. last minute, Nicolay's manager was able to get me a press pass.. THANKS Ms. Flint!!!

Opening of Its SMall Small World - Family Business Gallery

I had a couple of pieces of art in the Hennessy Youngman curated ITS SMALL, SMALL WORLD art show at Family Gallery Business iN Chelsea.  It was insane, over 500 artists showed work in a 125 square foot space.. and there was a live performance by Spankrock.. I love my life..  Enjoy

And yes, I did take the photo of the Vagina..

Saturday, June 23, 2012

YOUNG NEW YORK fundraiser at White Box- 5.29.12

Young New York: A Silent Art Auction & Fundraiser is an fundraising initiative for the Young New Yorkers (YNY) program, which aids and raises awareness for teens who have been legally classified “adults” and thrown into New York State’s adult criminal justice system.

With space provided by White Box, food provided by Maimonide of Brooklyn, and drinks provided by Bomb Lager, the funds from the silent auction will help build the first stage of the program – a series of creative workshops with fifteen young New Yorkers. The young New Yorkers will work closely with a team of successful artists, designers, teachers and social workers to responsibly and creatively develop their message around their own experiences with, and hopes for, the treatment of youth in the criminal justice system.