Artist, Kef Parker, working on a bus stop shelter in his studio. Detroit, 2017.
Dancer, Haleem "Stringz" Rasul, founder of Hardcore Detroit. Detroit, 2017.
From "In Search of American Masculinity - The Guardian."Time to roll. Writer, Drew Philip, walks towards the first ride out of Michigan. Michigan/Ohio border. 2017.
From "In Search of American masculinity - The Guardian." Chrystal, a nurse, picked us up after visiting her son's grave in Ohio. 2017.
From "In Search of American Masculinity - The Guardian." Isaac Smith from Troy, Oh. Isaac, former Amish, gave us a short ride while on his way to work at his roofing company. 2017.
"No Photos". Protest against Kid Rock/ Little Caesars Arena. Detroit, 2017.
Bride and Bridesmaid. Detroit, 2017.
Fabricator, Juan Martinez, works on the frame of a bison-shaped custom pedicab. The pedicab will be used to transport Detroit Students, ages 6–18, to an after-school tutoring and education program. Detroit, 2016.
Atieno Kasagam, Detroit urbanfarmer, milks her goats at Ile Oko house farm. Detroit, 2016.
Robert "Dr. Bob" Pizzimenti, chiropractor and owner of the Psychedelic Healing Shack, plants corn at his home farm. Detroit. 2016.
Alyssa B Keil, new media artist, walks into an abandoned house to salvage wood for a project. Detroit, 2015.
William Lucka talks about one of his pieces from the "Art is Not A Crime" exhibition at One Mile. Detroit, 2016.
Lucka, and fellow member of the Raiz Up Collective from SW Detroit, Antonio Cosme, were facing jail time after being charged with painting “Free the Water” on a Highland Park water tower to protest the systematic water shut-offs around the city . The exhibition served as an opportunity to discuss the criminalization of artists, art washing, and the intersection of activism and art.
Does size matters? Artist Owen Johnson works on one of his sculpturesat his storage unit studio.Hazel Park, 2015.