I took lead on the design, layout, editing, and writing.
The REVOLVE Guidebook is a collection of resources to support Detroit’s Retail Evolution. Whether you’re starting a business, installing a public art project, restoring a building or promoting a neighborhood – this is your one-stop shop for practical how-to information revitalizing Detroit’s neighborhood business districts.
The guidebook is designed for a broad audience of entrepreneurs, artists, community organizations and building owners with the common goal of activating vacant space. It includes checklists, flow-charts, contact lists, permits and a whole lot more in easy-to-understand, ready-to-use formats. Our goal is provide information to help stakeholders work together and take action.
Download the entire Guide to Detroit's Retail Evolution here.
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This series explores the art of perception, photography, aesthtics, and composition.
True Detroiters know their way around Eastern Market. It took me 22 years to make it there and I experienced it all with fresh eyes.
This series captures that.
Unity in Variety
There are 7 billion people in the world, all different, all unique.
Vision allows us to see the commonality in one another, as well as the differences. What happens when we use that tool to examine itself? We discover the beauty of variety inside of our unity.
[they're only human: mortal, flesh and blood; fallible, weak, frail, imperfect, vulnerable, susceptible, erring, error-prone; physical, bodily, fleshly]
There is a whimsical joy and sadness in everyone.
In photographing a stranger, the openness and hidden dynamic of humanity was experienced first-hand. Not just in front of the camera lens, but behind it as well (within myself).
In these photos, you will find a young woman revealing herself naturally in a way that is comfortable to her-- in her poses and in her facial expressions.
So So Def
Behind the scenes and front row at the So So Def Anniversary Concert in Atlanta, Georgia.
This series documents and promotes singer and songwriter, Demetri LaVell.
“The important thing is not the camera, but the eye.” -Alfred Eisenstaedt
Photographic reverie is the art of documenting an instant and leaving the viewer with a lifetime of reflection. Each image intends to spark a deep-rooted introspection within the viewer. The hope is to make the viewer more aware of their thoughts and in turn, release a revelation by doing so.
Photography done with assistance from David Mays.
Ghana Benefit and Concert in Ypsilanti, Michigan for singer, Amir Alexander.