A Previously Unreleased Chapter from Money, Power, Respect...Pictures of my Neighborhood
BACK ON THE BLOCK , an ongoing series of multi media short films that
continue to document the lives of Andy & Tata, Jeanette's Story, and
Moya since the Publication of Money, Power, Respect:Pictures of My
Neighborhood in 2005.
To purchase a signed, out of print copy of Money, Power, Respect...Pictures of my Neigborhood and a DVD of the 5 Back on the Block movies for $75, please click the donate button.
Society sees people – women in jail, or formerly in jail – in a certain light, and that negativity is reflected back which these women internalize. It is a message cycle of inferiority. Fashion dictates image, for women especially, and I'm trying to make up that deficit-hole in the soul. Like with any self-destructive behavior, it can only change when the cycle is broken and healed. see more...
I began Keg Stand Queens in response to my relationship with alcohol during college. By photographing my friends and acquaintances I started an ongoing exploration of binge drinking culture among undergraduate women. see more...