There is just something about the artist district that makes me come alive! This evening I was invited to take pictures at the re-grand opening of Abundant Life Creative Expressions in NoDa (North Davidson). The institute is a community center designed to enhance physical and emotional health through creative and performing arts instruction. The night was amazing;... Continue Reading →
Emmett Till Amadou Diallo Sean Bell Trayvon Martin Michael Brown The aforementioned names are just a few victims that have lost their lives from violence against men of color. In a time when the country ponders the criminalization of African-American males, voices still cry out for equality and justice. Last night the Harvey B. Gantt Center featured one... Continue Reading →
"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom." ANAIS NIN
My first short film is entitled, Waiting for Jo. It tells the story of a young girl anxiously awaiting the arrival of her father. The little girl is played by my niece, Amaya Zarai.