My view on the roles and responsibilities of society has not changed at this time in history. The world is changing, but it is hard for people to change.
I’ve been photographing the Black Lives Matter uprising since 2013 and what stand out the most is the diversity and the masses of people participating in the protest in all 50 states.
I’m fully equipped with PPE gear.
Collectively, I look at my images as one, creating a narrative where one is just as powerful than the other.
What message do you hope your photos will tell for years to come?
As a Photographic Artist, I feel my photographs can be a form of action to create awareness bringing shared communities together to critically look at ongoing social and political struggles across the nation. I hope that the work I produce will stand the test of time for the next generation of visionaries to learn of their history.
What advice do you have for photographers that are currently out photographing this movement?
In this moment of time with COVID-19, photographers must be more aware of the environment and to be very observant about the space they are encountering.