MAYA ANGELOU is one of the many inspiring individuals that showed me that you don’t just have to have one talent, you can have MANY TALENTS.
She was a mother, poet, author, activist, singer, dancer, film & tv producer, playwright, director, actress, educator, artist, orator and was fluent in 6 languages. Don’t get stuck in a box because you think that’s all you are capable of. You are so much more! Thank you Maya!
#TBT - Top photo was taken during my computer class in the 8th grade at Kailua Intermediate School in Hawaii. I was coding one of my online journals. Who would have thought that 15 years later I’d still be on the computer coding & creating graphics (but this time getting paid to do it). God has a plan for me and I’ll keep at it.. #inspire
"The older I get the more I realize that “less is indeed more”. Talk less and do more. Stunt less and work more. Cry less and smile more. Hate less and appreciate more…"
- ANGEL LAWS
I spoke on a panel at Seton Hall University for their Integrity & Professionalism Convocation event in April 2012. The topic was “entrepreneurial spirit” and we touched on many areas including working in the public sector, Corporate America or starting a business from nothing. I had an amazing time meeting and talking to the students. I was also the youngest person on the panel which was very motivating. I still can’t believe I started CL with just 5 bucks and now I’m being recognized as a trailblazer. God is Good!
GROUP PHOTO // First Row: Susan Scherreick-Hynes, Ed Fantegrossi, Jennifer Pogorelec O’Sullivan, M. Quentin Williams, Angel Laws, Dr. Michael Doyle, Dr. Joyce A. Strawser; Second Row: Michael Reuter, Ted Reid, Scott J. Harrington, Michael P. Williams, Peter C. Harvey, Laura Schultz Holden
Had an amazing day rocking my vintage ‘Cross Colours’ at the Badoo Project! I’m trying to get my face on a billboard in NYC, so can you vote for a sista? All you gotta do is F LIKE my page on Badoo.. CLICK HERE!! or CLICK ON THE IMAGE ABOVE. Thank you for the love & support! :)
Shout out to photographers Danielle Levitt & Kenneth Cappello for being so dope.
While leaving the Trayvon Martin Rally in Union Square on Wednesday night (March 21st), I saw a man holding an amazing painting. We ended up chasing him down and asking for him to pose with it. He didn’t want recognition, but allowed me to take this multiple frame photo. I love the vibe it gives off. I’ll be editing the video I shot this weekend, but in the meantime you can get more info on the “Million Hoodies” rally on CONCRETELOOP.COM
The painting was created by James Shields of CreativeShields
. The guy holding in the photo above got it from a live painting event earlier in the night.