“Nouns in the Road”

NOUNS IN THE ROAD is an ongoing photography project in which I’ve been “chronicling the faces, places & spaces of my terrestrial quest” since I was 8 years old, when my Grandpa Sonny brought me a camera from his junk shop in Newark. After two small private shows in Los Angeles, I received a 35-piece show at the African-American Cultural Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina. Subtitled “A Place Called Home”, the 3-month exhibition was comprised of photographs of and essays about the rural Wade, NC community where I grew up.  More recent photos include quests to Germany, France, Arizona mountains, Hawaiian beaches and Tennessee farms. My collectors include celebrities and prominent business people around the country.  I have also created a line of elegant blank cards featuring these photographs that have sold well to people who like wonderful mementos for themselves, or to share with loved ones.

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2 Responses to “Nouns in the Road”

  1. Dwan Avent says:

    I was feeling this song and the pictures. Nouns in the Road is great work!

  2. Looks like a great project. I want to see more!

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