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America Needs More Portraits of Black Men

In this country, we tell narrow, problematic, and unfair stories of blackness, and I think portraiture could be a solution.

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Does Scene Create Style?

Will moving from the desert to the coast profoundly affect my architectural photography?

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Events Faces

Road to Rich’s 2017

Welcome to Road to Rich’s 2017! There was snowpack, sunburn, margaritas, dancing, and so much music.

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City of Roses

In March my friend Gabriel invited me to participate in a photography show celebrating New Mexico-born women of color.

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Holy Walk

Last Friday I undertook the holy walk to Chimayó, New Mexico.

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Faces Shapes

Evolution Bleed

Evolution bleed: the unrepeatable way the heart decides the art you’ll make.

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The Face of Return

A year ago, I took an emergency trip to Rhode Island. In every measurable way, it jarred me.

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Faces Shapes

Back to Somewhere You’ve Never Been

In early December, my mother called. Her foot surgery would be far more intense than we expected.

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Photos from the Women’s March in Oakland

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.

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Junkyard Dogs

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.

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I’m done with your bullshit Instagram advice

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.

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Vektor and Black Fast at Sister Bar

I got to shoot two thrash bands this week. Never having seen these guys before, it was a kind of coming home.