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…

It Takes a Criminal to Know One in cinematic form!

I am pleased to announce that a cinematic form of It Takes a Criminal to Know One is currently in production. The art will be brought to life with breath taking animations, and the drama will be performed for all to see! Release TBD.

Portraits of Justice

The symposium features two keynotes: an afternoon presentation by Tyra Patterson and David Singleton of the Ohio Justice and Policy Center and an evening talk by Albert Woodfox, a member of the Angola 3 who was held in solitary confinement for 43 years in Louisiana. Throughout the day, there will be presentations by formerly incarcerated artists, activists, educators, and policy…

Voters Come Out to Engage in the Topic of Prison Reform

The People packed the theatre to hear about what really happens behind bars. Prison reform is a bipartisan issue that affects people in all walks of life. It’s an issue that should be central to the Florida gubernatorial race as Governor Rick Scott, who is running for senate, leaves the prison system in shambles for…

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…

Only in America

This is the Honorable Mark Walker, a federal judge for the Northern District of Florida, Tallahassee Division. On August 11th, 2017, I stood before him in a pending case. For the first time in my life, I was a party in a trial proceeding, and I was not the defendant. I was the prosecutor. So…