For the Love of Dance with Sarita Lou Episodes 1 -3

So somehow I forgot to post up the web series I spent most of last year shooting and editing along with Anderson Zaca, Sarita Lou and Nick Catalina. It’s my first longterm project working as a Director of Photography. Episodes have been going up every two weeks and this week was our episode on ballet and the Dance Theatre of Harlem. Below are all the episodes so far:

My Solo Exhibition in Haiti

  Another great thing to happen aside from my visiting Haiti was having my first solo exhibition there which features work from my Haitian Creatives series. It’s curated by Veronica Sharon and runs until December 29th in Petionville.

Haiti, Depature back to the New York

The guesthouse in Delmas Our last night in Haiti was spent getting back to Delmas from St. Louis du Sud, a task that should have taken three took hours because of ongoing political protests and a murky and sad incident near Route Nationale that held up traffic for miles and required Edwin’s take charge attitude and …

Haiti the Last Few Days

    Ah no internet connection in St. Louis du Sud. So I all I’ve had is my company and the town to keep me occupied which was amazing. Prosjekt Haiti leases a large piece of land from the local church in town, which is also Edwin’s childhood home. It …

HAITI: Haitian Time and the Killing of a Pig

Half of  Tuesday was spent in pursuit of a live pig. From the muddy outdoor market of Okai where walking through with a group that includes white Norwegians invokes a lot of whining especially when we came out empty handed. Accusations of being there to film etc. I’m still getting …

First and second DAY in Haiti.

Well that didn’t turn out so well. My original post got erased while I was trying to upload it. Today is a big youth arts festival that Prosjekt Haiti is a part of in Petionville. They are also who is hosting me and some others this week. Currently we are …

So Much Greatness: A Reading of Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing

The actors Michael B. Jordan, Melonie Diaz, Gbenga Akinnagbe, John Turturro, and many others did a cold reading last night of Spike Lee’s screenplay for “Do the Right Thing” at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Blackout for Human Rights, a social justice group presented the event. I wasn’t planning …


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