“What I’m not confused about is the world needing much more love, no hate, no prejudice, no bigotry and more unity, peace and understanding. Period.”~Stevie Wonder
Today I was able to take part in a collaborative project with a company based in Providence, RI that features music, art, and fashion. A big thank you goes to the team WATC(We Are The City). Martens Barionnette, Mitch Barionette, Bernadette Ramos, Harrison Adolphe, and Sarah.
Photos from Halloween party at Okis Japanese Steakhouse. Thanks to Joe Becton of F.I.N.A.O Ink for the opportunity.
Today on my travels me and my weapon of choice ventured to the East Side of Providenceand landed on Wickenden Street.
Typically known for its trendy shops, Wickenden was jammed packed with people on both sides of the street ready to take in the excitement of Providence Honk, better known as Pronk!
This festival brings people from all walks of life together from activist to street and marching bands. Here are some images I was able to capture of the parade today.
Just want to thank Miz Debbie Gee for allowing me to photograph her today at Roger Williams Park in Providence, RI. Here is sample of some of the images in black and white.
Art is an evolutionary act. The shape of art and its role in society is constantly changing. At no point is art static. There are no rules.”
~Raymond Salvatore Harmon
Today I want to shout out the creative artist that have brought a different form of art to the city of Providence, RIthat have been taking part in the Art Transformer Project. I was able to go around the city today with my weapon of choice, Nikon D3100 and get some shots of what I feel brings a positive light on a city that has been plagued with negativity over the past few months. Again thank you to those artist for displaying their work.
Just want to send a big shout out to the talented and beautiful Isabella Capri for another great collaboration.
I woke up this Sunday morning, fairly early, and felt motivated and focused to take my weapon of choice and get some shots in before the clouds rolled for the expected rain. Along my travels I came across power boxes and alley ways and found masterpieces that adds to the art and culture of Providence, RI.