My work reflects my identity and how it manifests in this world. I am a Black American editorial and commercial photographer living and working in my native city, Miami, Florida. I was raised by a single mother who taught me to keep a firm grip on the wheel. The reality of being a young, black artist in America is the crowning energy of my brand's development. Over the past ten years, my work has mainly focused on the modern-day male experience. It communicates the quest of self-discovery, reflection, relationships, understanding one's purpose, and giving voice to those who are often unheard. I create these moments to draw the audience in as a witness, create new and unpredictable thought cycles and patterns, and provide an opportunity to challenge one's perceptions, perspectives, and assumptions experimentally.

My end goal in the work I create is to pave an authentic path, highlighting the intricacies of man and emotion through storytelling. I like my audience to understand that we are all equal, and not one person is in this journey alone. I feel my subject matter speaks most profoundly to those that, like me, rarely witness works that resemble them and resonate with truth. I've come a long way, and I acknowledge my privilege to illustrate a brighter future and feel a sense of responsibility to communicate my truth to those that follow me.

Selected editorial clients include The Atlantic, Barron's, Billboard, Bloomberg Businessweek, BRICK, Complex, Dazed, FADER, Frank151, GQ, Hypebeast, i-D, Levi's, Mass Appeal, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Size (Hong Kong), SPIN, and XXL

Selected commercial clients include Adidas, Apple, Away, Calvin Klein, Perry Ellis, Stray Rats, and Tumblr

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