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Searchin’ - Pete Rock & CL Smooth

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I, too, felt ready to start life all over again. It was as if that great rush of anger had washed me clean, emptied me of hope, and, gazing up at the dark sky spangled with its signs and stars, for the first time, the first, I laid my heart open to the benign indifference of the universe. To feel it so like myself, indeed, so brotherly, made me realize that I’d been happy, and that I was happy still.

Albert Camus,The Stranger (via thebeathotel)

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New Orleans East public library, 2014

New Orleans East public library, 2014

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Kierra, 2012 

Kierra, 2012 

Kierra, 2012 

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kayla, 2014

kayla, 2014

kayla, 2014

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There is an arrogance within the hearts of men. There is a belief that causes men to behold themselves in a false light. This false light is really a false perception that they are above others. No I do not mean as in race or class.
I speak of virtue. We think that we are good when we are really not. We think we are benevolent. We think we are compassionate. We think we are selfless. This is the reason why man looks down on others because he thinks that he is virtuous. This is false because one cannot be virtuous if he looks down on others. The truth is that all men are equals. We all need each other. If a man is arrogant he perceives that he has no need of anyone or anything because arrogance causes men to be foolish, conceited and selfish.
Can you see this is what dwells in the hearts of men? Can you see that you look down on others because you exalt yourself?

Miss Allgood

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Angel

Angel

Angel

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things change in an instant all the time. i’m sure it happens with everybody, but, in my experience at least, it always happens at the most convenient of times. 

i’ve set actual creating (at least as far as pictures go) to the side for a while, in favor of focusing on getting some of my current archive in front of new eyes. i’ll be having my first solo show next month at a boutique called Langford Market on Magazine St.for ART FOR ART’S SAKE. i love the feeling of having everything in my hands. for the first time, i’ll be carefully selecting images to show to the public, beyond a digital screen. the opportunity to do that is one i cannot describe, especially on this scale (i’ll be showing 10 images). i’m also looking to dive into the art market full on after this, selling prints and other merchandise.

screenwriting has become my newest obsession. since screenwriting is more about the visual language than the dialog, it gives me an entirely new way to shape my films. for the longest i was convinced that i could only conjure up a story, but i’d leave the actual screenplay to someone else. now i’m excited to collaborate with other writers. writing might be how i earn my first living in films anyhow.  

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By my own rules, I may not profess any special preoccupation or capability. I am a random element. There is nothing even mildly extraordinary about me except that I think I am durable and inquisitive in a comprehensive pattern. I have learned much; but I don’t know very much; but what I have learned, I have learned by trial and error. And I have great confidence in the meager store of wisdom that I have secured.

Buckminster Fuller

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