Monthly Archives: October 2015

Today I had an odd but honest experience in class today. After presenting an emotional project, you burst into tears, manage to make your classmates cry then they offer applause for your first short film. There was that familiar feeling of being back in art school and letting oneself be connected and vulnerable. I was […]

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Here’s a wonderful review about Frank Franca‘s installation where I was featured in ‪#‎helloicp‬ in E.V. Grieve. “We recently caught up with East Village resident Frank Franca to discuss his installation at 250 Bowery, where the International Center of Photography (ICP) will call home next spring. Franca, a photographer and longtime faculty member at ICP […]

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It was an honour to be a part of the New York Photo Festival exhibition at the ‪powerHouse‬ arena called ‪#‎TheLastPictureShow‬. Imagine my surprise when I saw an entire wall was given to the ‪Tranparency‬ project. Thank you to the organizers and jury of the ‪#‎NYPH‬ for putting on a great show! Thank you to […]

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Several months ago I had the opportunity of attending the launch of VYM Magazine and met the creative director and art director Johnny Velour and Sasha Velour. They were intrigued by the Transparency project and modeled for it exploring gender identity and gender fluidity. Sasha, the art director and a fantastic drag performer and activist […]

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