This is pretty self-explanatory. With musicians and married couple, Smax Music and Melimel. They are also featured in my Haitian Creative documentary series.
All news on my Haitian Creatives Documentary porject can be found here: The Haitian Creatives Series
Somthing that was sprung on me as an assignment for my photo group at the Bronx Documentary Center.
This Past Memorial Day weekend, I set up a photo booth at the suggestion Kim Charles with her “From Haiti to Africa” event which took place during the BAM | DanceAfrica 2015 Bazaar and was presented by Phoenix Refined, Changing Gears Entertainment and La Caye Restaurant.
Enough – Paul Beaubrun & Jerry Jean Video director: Jerry Jean Edit & color: Jerry Jean DP: Jen Painter DP: Richard Louissaint
Gentrification is a quiet storm. A complicated reality that does not take center stage creating solutions in our laws protecting people. If you have 75 mins., take a look at the documentary here: http://www.cultureunplugged.com/documentary/watch-online/play/10878/Harlem-s-Mart-125–The-American-Dream- (I had no involvement with this project)
The documentary project that began in 2013 has it’s own home. Please look around and watch all the videos including the latest on caterer, chef and author Nadege Fleurimond. The Haitian Creatives Series | The Haitian Creatives Series
Trial run to promote the Haitian Creatives Series. Featuring Kim Charles, Val Jeanty and Allan Mednard.
Jerry Jean’s (and frequent collaborater with yours truly) latest EP, Your Love, officially releases tomorrow, April 21, 2015. The album features original songs about love, loss, and resilience, sung by four unique female artists. Jen Painter and I shot the videos for the songs that appear on this EP. Click on the …