Sometimes you meet someone who makes meeting someone seem so easy.
Durán is an architect, a hip hop connoisseur, and an art collector.
My new dancer friend Remy came over to make portraits.
Even before the start, my mother guided me toward photography—and now, she helps me navigate it.
Last summer, my girlfriend and I discussed how I would shoot portraits after moving in with her. It took six months, and I’ve built an ultra-portable studio.
In this country, we tell narrow, problematic, and unfair stories of blackness, and I think portraiture could be a solution.
In March my friend Gabriel invited me to participate in a photography show celebrating New Mexico-born women of color.
I love faces. I love composition. I love stories. I’ve been thinking about how to present that.
A pop-up gourmet restaurant experience: The best local food, just harvested, prepared on-site, in a long-table setting.