Modern Day Man
Photography has always been an extraordinary method of expressing emotions in my life. With photography my images that reflect on gender roles and the fragility of society’s issues such as domestic violence, people’s rights, women rights and woman’s beauty. These themes are often visualized with stories, fears, and experiences I’ve come across in my life. One of my favorite quotes is “if you don’t use your talent to provide god will take it away” my father an artist who lost the ability to paint reminds me all the time. My objective for photography has always been to take photographs to make people smile when they see their inner beauty through portraits. In time I became more passionate in creating photography that would move people and lead them to a different outlook for society.
- Euphemia Gallery on the Go!
April 10, 2010
April 2, 2011
August 7, 2011
- Courage Network Magazine
April 09, 2011
- LA Times (Your Scene) July 28, 2011
Photograph (Different Faces)
- Green Point Gallery Brooklyn, NY
January 27, 2011 (Exhibited Five Photographs)