You look at these people and are quick to jump to conclusions, natural judgments. The “corner boys” hanging out in the corner Delis of Bed-Stuy brooklyn. Their looming presence often more intimidating than friendly, The stoic black artist caught in a pensive light.
The young mom who carries her baby on her hips. With my images I hope to give us the time to analyze the thoughts and instant judgments city living forces hupon us. I hope to capture the smile on the intimidating “corner boy”
They hidden smile and secrets behind the artist stoicism gaze.
The realization that the young mom is an older sister.
Faced with these fractions of seconds I hope to impact the way we see others, I aim to be humbled, to be violently opened to others and their opinions via photography.