I followed a few of the anti-Donald Trump protests in New York City and spoke to protesters about why they're heartbroken.
“This is about accepting each other for how we think and express ourselves,” - Andy Golub, the organizer and lead artist behind the body painting float.
Read more over at Salon.com: http://slnm.us/F0EWaGg.
I met a wise Frenchie named OOGIE and he taught me about being curious & enjoying life..
[September 17th, 2016 | Brooklyn Bridge Park, DUMBO]
Life is complex. As I ventured toward downtown Manhattan I had every intention of directing my frustration toward the police. However, face to face, all I could see was their humanity.
[Downtown Manhattan | 7.8.16]
I’ve been walking around in a fog this week with the murders of Alton Sterling and #Philando Castile heavy on my mind. I took some photos ... I needed to connect, even if only for a moment ... I needed to feel love from the universe, even if only for a second ... I needed to see a smile, to make sure they still exist.
[Union Square, NYC]
Neil Harbisson is a cyborg artist who has an antenna implanted in his skull that enables him to perceive colors through vibrations. He spent an afternoon at a supermarket with music producer The Josh Craig on the hunt
for nicely colored and sweet sounding products. Together they made a song from the sounds of turquoise Ultra Downy and orange Tide.
[In collaboration with Katie Levingston via Salon.com]
Bernie Sanders crashed his own art opening in Manhattan on Saturday. The touring exhibit "The Art of a Political Revolution: Artists for Bernie Sanders 2016" featured works of art depicting the senator, his policies and his campaign. The senator has been a long time supporter of the arts starting from his days as mayor of Burlington, VT. Watch our video to learn more about the art, artists and movement behind it all.
[4.16.16 | In collaboration with Katie Levingston via @salon]
Bernie Sanders Rally | Washington Square Park, NYC | April 13th, 2016
[in collaboration with Patrice Waite via @salon]