2011 marks the 12th year for the Detroit Electronic Music Festival (D.E.M.F), which brought 34,820 lovers of all things beat driven to downtown Detroit on the 1st day. While the festival boasted an all star line up of 25+ acts across 5 stages with the likes of Felix da HousecatPeep The Rest!
Last year, I said that it was my final time attending the Detroit Electronic Music Festival as you may recall. Well, I’m back to say that I lied because yesterday, I was one of the 34,820 event attendees. I’m photographing the event again this year & I have a different aPeep The Rest!
With that wide availability of PCs, word processing software and consumer grade printers, I struggle to understand why some businesses create these tacky, poorly written signs. I saw this one yesterday while grabbing a quick lunch at Lou’s Deli in Southfield, MI. Bad handwrPeep The Rest!
If you ain’t heard (yes, I said ain't), I’m presenting at volume 8 of Pecha Kucha Night Detroit on April 14th at the Arab American National Museum. Part of the process is to submit a short bio 3-4 sentences, which I find hard because a) I hate writing/describing myself aPeep The Rest!
Most if not all of my friends in and around Detroit have a hustle or two or three or four. I have two aside from my main thing cause I need to be able to support my shopping habits. The other day, I was talking to Cousin Dee who was telling me about her new hustle and all I cPeep The Rest!
In other news: I am starting a new photo project that is autobiographical in nature based on my living experience in Detroit. When I started mapping out my process, I got a little emotional flashing back through the years. Before I start the project, I have to get my mothers pePeep The Rest!
Over the last couple of months during various trips to NYC, I completed my NYC Analog Portraits series. For some strange reason, I was a little apprehensive about completing this during the winter months because I felt that winter wear (coats, hates, scarves, etc) would detractPeep The Rest!
You gots ta be in the house for the 1st Detroit Sip & See. The origins of the Sip & See are purely magically & mythical but none of that matters. Hope to see you there!!! If you come, bring pickles, sugar, Grey Goose, Pom & business cards (Your own) there is aPeep The Rest!
Things that I find myself easily excited about are great service and great food. When you combine great service & great food together, I’m all in! One of my latest crazes of excitement is all over taco trucks! Food trucks are relatively new to the Detroit area & I’mPeep The Rest!
Love it or hate it, Detroit will never die although she looks like she is. And yeah, the title of this post may be a little harsh. On a recent trip to Detroit for a photo assignment, I drove through my old neighborhood. The neighborhood that I lived in when I first moved to DetPeep The Rest!