I am a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. My primary focus is documenting the arts, culture, and the politics of communities of the African Diaspora.
When I capture a moment I not only think of the relevance of that instant, I also take into consideration the significance it may have in the future. The mission is to gather documentation for historical references; to tell our story, to create conversations, to inspire and provoke imaginations to write a poem, a short story, an essay.
In 2016, I was awarded the Brooklyn Arts Council arts grant to curate a group photo exhibit Provocateurs: The Symbiotic Relationship Between Photographers & Writers Conference at Medgar Evers College, CUNY.
My images have appeared in numerous print and electronic media, books and film, which includes, The Village Voice, The Boston Globe, Bust Magazine; MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora; Misty Copeland film documentary “A Ballerina Tale” and CBS Morning Show.
Exhibits includes solo shows at Medgar Evers Collage @CUNY, New Haven Public Library, Flatbush Linden Blvd. Public Library, Joloff Restaurant Gallery. Group shows include the Skylight Gallery at the Restoration Art Plaza, Brooklyn Arts Fellowship Gallery, BRIC Gallery.