David. Self-described "light scribe from Southside, Chicago" travels across the country on his Harley-Davidson documenting urban life in America with photo and video. Recently seen in Washington, D.C. Follow David on Instagram @invisionary
During a recent walk along U Street Corridor in Northwest Washington, D.C. I came across Dawda Oliver, an artist originally from The Gambia in West Africa, who was showcasing several pieces for sale outside of the 13th Street Metro Station. Impressed with his work and gentle demeanor with passersby and potential customers interested in purchasing his art, I waited and asked if he would not mind if I took his portrait. He responded in a tone barely above a whisper, smiled and nodded affirmatively. Please see his work on Instagram @oliverdawda
Dr. Aminta Breaux, recently introduced as the 10th President of Bowie State University.
Cody and Josh recently celebrated their nuptials with their closest family and friends in a small, intimate ceremony on the National Mall.
Caprece and Tito
D.C. Councilmember Trayon White
I have posted previously about my love of shooting boxers and the discovery of Tony's Boxing Gym, located in the Trinidad neighborhood of Washington, D.C. On my first visit, I focused on the training, conditioning and sparring. On this recent visit, it was mainly portraits. Amongst these athletes, whose ages range from 8 to 28 years old, are elementary and high school students, a college senior, former football player and at least one aspiring professional.