I met a wise Frenchie named OOGIE and he taught me about being curious & enjoying life..
[September 17th, 2016 | Brooklyn Bridge Park, DUMBO]
I snapped photos for the brunch show portion of Melt Fest 2016 presented by Indie Bushwick. Featuring Frame, Madam West, Oh Golly and Dizzy Juice.
[March 20th, 2016 at Baby's All Right, Brooklyn]
Strolling through Fort Greene Park with the intention of finding a nice area to lay down and relax in the sun, music was heard in the distance. The music got louder as approaching the top of the hill, reminiscent of a heart beating faster and faster. Reaching the height of the summit a rainbow of people could be seen dancing, intertwined with electricity and good vibes (one could even say spiritual). I couldn't help but sway myself. #SoulSummitMusic.
I don't usually do street photography unless I am on assignment. I often feel like an intruder, exposed. However, I admire street photography to a high degree. So I slapped on my 50mm lens and went out to a local street fair in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. I was nervous and didn't take a lot of photos. Feeling like I could pack up and leave, I gave myself a last minute assignment - ask three people if I could take their photo. The result was electrifying.
'Yes' was the answer and after the *click* I felt a beautiful rush. :)
“If you don't go after what you want, you'll never have it. If you don't ask, the answer is always no. If you don't step forward, you're always in the same place.” - Nora Roberts, Author