There is much around us that have lives of their own, connected to us by the light, growing tall at dusk, leaving altogether in the evening.
Here I am rooted, tired of running, of ache in my bones. Hoping for a moment of rest by these waters near the music. I have not borne leaves in some time, what I have, are shorn from my hands in December. I pray for home, for warmth, for life in my brittle arms. I pray for home, over and over again
Here I collaborated with actor Kalyne Coleman to create a series of portraits that mirrored the aesthetic of photos taken by singer Andra Day
taken and curated for C3 Brooklyn, the series concept involves the objects that we 'enthrone' in our lives above Christ himself. That by truly enthroning Him we can truly gain an understand of ourselves and our purpose and gain strength from that
Here are some vintage-modern pieces from Stephanie Ramirez's article The One With the Blazer
Shot for C3 Brooklyn's 'Motel' series.
The inspiration for this is rooted in our ability to be grounded for the longterm in places meant to only be temporary.
Excerpts from Stephanie Ramirez's article on How to Style Slip Dresses for a Casual Look
Across the sea there are clouds that look like houses, lined up in a row and pearly white. They will not be empty forever
The inspiration for this series is biblical. This series reveals the nature of the long-fought war between light and darkness, how having a single source of light still burning in the dark is enough.
Micah 7:8: Do not gloat over me, my enemy! Though I have fallen, I will rise. Though I sit in darkness, the LORD will be my light.
Part of series "Shrouded In Fog" with model Kossivi Alokpovi. The symbolism of these pieces really speaks about how part of our humanity is shrouded in darkness or confusion. But never all at once
I had the pleasure of shooting this incredible family of believers. Jon & Natalie are the kind of people that carry warmth with them. There is a connection between them that is tangible, something you can touch with your hands. I attempted to show that in this series.
The Oculus at the World Trade Center, in this design I see the wings of something flying. This is a structure held up by hard bone beneath but soft enough, light enough to fly.
stills from a casual street photography collaboration with amazing Irish shooter and friend Elton Asemota.
The amazing aftermath of a surprise engagement in Brooklyn, NY.