I am the seventh child born and raised amongst the colorful backdrops and even more colorful characters that comprise my hometown, Washington D.C. I began my photography career at age 9 with a point-and-shoot camera documenting the happenings in my community. Friends and family would ask me to "take pictures" for anything and everything from family reunions to hanging out on the front porch. After studying film/television production and photography at St. John’s University in New York City, I moved to Los Angeles, CA, where I established myself as an accomplished Artivist (an artist and an activist). In 2006, Evolution Revolution was introduced to the world, better known as EvoRevo. EvoRevo is the result of my shared passion for art and activism, connecting with various artistic and political movements throughout the visual and oral arts, music, and Film/TV worlds, through benefits such as Boobs in Bars for breast cancer research funding, the theatrical production Hurricane Katrina Revisited to acknowledge victims of the devastating New Orleans storm, and Uganda Interpreted to raise awareness of the children affected by the 26-year North Ugandan civil war. I have over 15 years of experience, exhibiting photographs and other works with organizations such as the LA Louver Gallery, R&R Gallery, The House of Blues on Sunset, the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, RAWartists, and the Lucy Florence Cultural Center. Additionally, I have worked with publications such as NV Magazine, Right On! Magazine, Zine, and 944. In 2016, I received a Masters of Fine Art from the esteemed Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles. In late 2017, I moved back to Washington, DC, making it my home-base while I travel to different parts of the world creating.
Photography is much more than my profession, it is my love. When you hire me, you get technical expertise and someone who brings your story to life by capturing thought-provoking and compelling images like no one else can.
"I absolutely adore photography - being able to share what my mind captures with the world in hopes of creating a better understanding of how the details can affect each individual differently, and how we can learn from each other to progress as humans. A photo is worth a thousand words and evokes a myriad of emotions."
-- janet e. dandridge
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