Tag: black and white photography
December 14, 2021
News – Upcoming Group Show Journal I feel frustrated with working 6-7 days a week at the moment. I’m trying to take photos everyday again. Making art gives me that distance away from thinking about my self-confidence, worrying about if I’m good enough. It feels like being suspended in the place I go to when…
The Gowanus Canal • September 6, 2021
Special thanks to Gary @standupvirgin who invited me to see first-hand our mistreated water but also appreciate its value and the life that found ways to exist despite of the pollution @gowanusdredgers From watching it by in a subway car to taking it slow and riding it on canoe: The Gowanus Canal. Recent Media Consumption:…
(An Interpretation of) Structured Spaces
Inspired by a prompt I found in a gallery’s open call. This is a focus on spaces that I found to “structured” by things, human-made, organic, and sometimes a combination of both.
Feb. 19, 2021 – Riverside Park (Snowing)
Lenape Words Wine [weenay] – it is snowing Kun [koon] – snow on the ground I feel closer to envisioning an AfroFuture dream that bridges Black Americans and Indigenous Americans. More so as I think about Maroon history. Videos I was listening to while I was photographing: After listening to the Hudson River Brickmakers video,…
Feb. 6 – Since everybody’s doing it
Everybody else’s photos from last week’s snowfall got me wanting to take pictures of it too this time.