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Growth: The Woods Family Height Chart (8/2020)

The family height chart was originally in the “den” which in 2005 became Truth’s room. The walls were purple and pink for a few years and the chart was redrawn… then Truth wanted her walls painted again (she hated purple and pink), so we had […]

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Urban Rest: Acrylic on Canvas Board (2001)

My wife Erica truly enjoys her sleep. She would sleep in well beyond 10am every morning if she had it her way. I find myself watching her sleep if in fact I ever fall asleep in the bed. I must confess, the couch is my […]

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Excel Graduates from High School (6/2019)

I remember holding him in my arms like it was yesterday. The way space and time forms in our mind is such a phenomenon. When I hear his voice, even though I know it’s kinda deep these days, it sounds like a symphony of all […]

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Park Playground: Eternity

I’m not certain about the first time I went to Park Playground, which was just down the hill from my house on Bessica Street. However, I do remember the configurations of my earliest visits to the park, just not the order. A few times with […]

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The Last Lesson (2018)

The Last Lesson is a short film about the final boxing lesson from an esteemed boxing trainer and a young aspiring boxer. 15-year-old Sofia is given a lesson unlike any other lesson at her local gym, in a hope to keep her inspired to pursue […]

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Limbs of My Poetry: Pen & Ink Drawings (2004)

My friend and frequent collaborator, Omekongo Dibinga needed artwork for a book of poetry he was working on. I was honored to be asked to do a series of pieces to accompany his poems. I had already developed a style for with pen & ink […]

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KiKi’s with Louie: Web Series (11/2018)

Kikis with Louie is a web series featuring honest, deep conversations about the most challenging issues facing queer youth: relationships, sexuality, health, culture, and more. I was tasked with being the technical director for the project that traveled across the country, interviewing people from various […]

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Agents of Change: Employment Discrimination at the Secret Service (2018)

We took on major parts in this project, from filming interviews, sound design and mixing, editing and motion graphics. The client tweaked some elements after we finished, but it’s pretty much the project we started with. It was a complex legal documentary summarizing what the […]

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Washington Sound Museum: Hip Hop Meets the Music of Brazil (2017)

I spent a few years working on covering Christylez Bacon’s Washington Sound Museum: Hip Hop Meets the Music of Brazil. The project was funded in part through the Sister Cities Grant with the DC Commission of the Arts and Humanities. Chris had been working on […]

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BMX Freestyle: Tricks Aren’t Only for Kids

I told my parents I’d be riding BMX bikes forever. It was my way to convince them, spending $450 on bike was worthwhile. I wasn’t really lying. I still ride my more adult version of a BMX bike: the wheels are 26″ as opposed to […]

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