Cinematic Exellence

Get ready! A story will never be told like this. We’ll make the hard things easy to digest, while demonstrating Cinematic Excellence at the same time…

Fantome

This is one of my favorite pieces. I had a lot of fun painting it. It’s my Creole rendition of the Apparition. It speaks to Haitian history, from the paliades where slave women were used for wholesale rape, to the decapitation of Dessalines. I’m always amazed at how Haitians never need anything about this one…

White, Blood, and Cells

As you’ve probably guessed by now, this is a pretty racially charged piece. Being from Florida, I am not inexperienced to racism. However, I quickly learned that there are degrees to that stuff. White, Blood, and Cells comes from “It Takes a Criminal to Know One”. It was about my experience at Holmes CI in…