george speranza :funny dollar fifty George Speranza, founder of BrooklynGossip.com), discusses the best part about fatherhood, the work it takes to achieve happiness, and offers a humorous take on social networking.
In this installment, from my second session with Deborah Bryant Lawrence (Roanoke, VA) we discuss political gridlock, gerrymandering, herd mentality, racism, employment, and the role ambition plays in moving a nation forward.
Justin Brannan (Director of Communications and Legislative Affairs at New York City Council) and I discuss art, change, education and how he feels about the lyrics to a song he wrote (Hallowed be thy Name, Indecision) becoming a tattoo for heroism.
In this first installment with Anthony Marino, we discuss hopes, dreams, grief, death, loss, the story behind BrooklynONE productions, the important role that ART plays in education and what his Brooklyn looks like.
In this first installment of my conversation with Jason Lawrence- we discuss dysfunctional families, kindness, happiness, fathers, self preservation, growth, forgiveness, art, the power of creation, personal freedom, self worth, music, photography and how stabbing a couch changed everything,
In the first installment of my conversation with Christina Moore (Miss Brooklyn 2011, Miss Verrazano 2012, Miss Kings County 2013) we discuss hope, freedom, destiny, faith, internal dialogue, her experiences with the Miss America Organization, and how a fundraiser for Sarcoma cancer, in honor of her Aunt Josephine (a stage four survivor), gave her the purpose she needed - not wanted.
(2013) Evelyn Forest, pt 1 : IAmMandyMoore In this first part of my interview with Evelyn Forest (Grand Rapids,MI) we discuss freedom, hope, faith, gun control, gender differences, dealing with judgement and how the decision to live a more authentic life changed everything…for the better.
I love photographing street musicians, and I came across Eric Thomas on a cold December evening in 2012. I asked if I could talk to him on camera and he agreed. I discovered he was a military veteran who had much to say when it came to the economy and our political state.