International Online Web Fest Interview

The International Online Web Fest (IOWF) in which Triggers is nominated for 6 awards including, , started a new live show called “The IOWF Hub.”  Tony Aaron II and I had the opportunity to be special guests in its first episode.  Check out the interview to hear about our movie, Triggers, about gun violence and conservative politics.      

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Triggers Now Available on YouTube

Here is the 4K link for our new award-winning independent movie Triggers.  It is a social justice movie about gun violence and conservative politics in the age of right-wing media. We’re on the right side of history. Join us.   Synopsis: Peter Shaver, a grieving conservative political candidate running for office in Oklahoma, is making his way to an interview where he is expected to respond publicly for the first time to personal tragedy and recent events of gun violence in his […]

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Why Do Black Lives Matter Now?

Something has been bothering me since George Floyd’s murder.  What made this murder enough for white people to finally protest?  Blacks have been telling you about racism in the US forever.  There is this fantasy that since slavery is over and on paper, we are equal and that everything has been fine.  Stop complaining.  You see the statistics and you have even seen the videos but we always face the same questions.  What did the victim do?  What is his criminal […]

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Why Defunding the Police is Only Part of the Solution

What does defunding the police mean? It doesn’t mean abolishing the police.  It simply means moving money from the police and putting into other things that are for citizens wellness. We not only need more body cameras, but we need laws for officers that deliberately turn off their cameras.  What are they trying to hide?  Officers should be forced to intervene when they see officers cross the line or they themselves are complicit.  We need laws for excessive use of […]

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We Demand Justice for Breonna Taylor

Breonna Taylor was an essential front line worker for her community. She should be celebrating her 27th birthday today. Instead she was murdered in March. A month ago, the Louisville Police Department performed an unannounced no-knock drug raid on her home while she was in bed. Not one of the officers announced themselves before breaking down the door and firing 22 shots, shooting Breonna 8 times. The officers not only had the wrong house but the man they were looking […]

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America is Racist

I am an American and America is racist.  This is nothing new and America is what we thought it was.  So many people, especially whites, think racism has improved by great strides in America.  Oh, you mean because we are not sold and purchased anymore.  I guess we should be satisfied with that.  People say we have allies and whites have contributed to this change but there are some that the history books celebrate when they shouldn’t.  First of all, […]

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Michael Jordan: The Best Ever…

The Last Dance documentary by ESPN and has created more discussion ever about Michael Jordan being the best player to ever play basketball.  I admit MJ used to be my favorite player and I owned just about every pair of Air Jordans that were created before 2003.  But even I can admit that Lebron James is the GOAT.  People credit Jordan the most for everything.  But what did he accomplish before Pippen and Phil?  How many championships did he have?  Phil changed the way […]

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Cosplay Alliance Magazine Black History Edition

I was fortunate to be featured in this year’s Cosplay Alliance Magazine Black History issue.  I was really honored to be asked to be included in this issue with such amazing black cosplayers.  Many of which i’m happy to call friend.  Everyone absolutely looked amazing and it was great to celebrate Black History Month in this way.  I was fortunate to be featured in last year’s Black History Cosplay Alliance Issue as a photographer and it was awesome to be […]

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National Trust Photo Competition

I entered into the National Trust of the UK photo competition in 2019 for a chance to land the next cover which will be seen by over 5 million members.  Over 1,500 pics were entered and out of those I had 2 shortlisted in the final 32 and one image shortlisted in the final 15.  It was a close competition and my photo at Buttermere Lake was close to being chosen as the winner.  Although I didn’t win the competition […]

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Love Brownie Tasting

I love brownies. I am a self-proclaimed connoisseur and when a brownie shop called Love Brownies opened up in my town of Harrogate, England, I had to see if they stood up my standards. Watch the video to see if they did!

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