In this country, we tell narrow, problematic, and unfair stories of blackness, and I think portraiture could be a solution.
Will moving from the desert to the coast profoundly affect my architectural photography?
Welcome to Road to Rich’s 2017! There was snowpack, sunburn, margaritas, dancing, and so much music.
In March my friend Gabriel invited me to participate in a photography show celebrating New Mexico-born women of color.
Last Friday I undertook the holy walk to Chimayó, New Mexico.
Evolution bleed: the unrepeatable way the heart decides the art you’ll make.
A year ago, I took an emergency trip to Rhode Island. In every measurable way, it jarred me.
In early December, my mother called. Her foot surgery would be far more intense than we expected.
I got very excited when I heard about the Women’s March in Washington. I wanted to be part of something historic. I needed community.
In many ways, poetry saved, redirected, gave new form to my best friend’s life. Now he’s releasing his first full-length collection of them, and I couldn’t be prouder.
The web is brimming with Instagram advice, and it’s almost all nonsense. Only one thing separates failure from success in social media, and I don’t have it.
I got to shoot two thrash bands this week. Never having seen these guys before, it was a kind of coming home.