Frontrunner Gallery presented two Canadian born photographers, Erica Reade and Zyanna O’Connell, with an opening on March 24th showcasing work in their first collaborative show. The two Montreal photographers, now working full time in New York City, displayed a...
Birth of a Sport is documentary that chronicles the introduction of American Football to India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The biggest challenge in making this documentary for the past two years has been figuring out how to gather the funds... I seemed to be stuck in a chicken-and-egg situation where I needed to show the film to receive funding, but I couldn't make the film without funding.
The true story of how one man defies critics to create change and bring human rights issues into the mainstream..
Andrew Piccone showcased a series of portraits of the protestors encompassing the early stages of the Occupy Wall Street Movement. The morning of the show, the NY Metro Newspaper wrote a frontpage article criticizing Piccone for profiting from the protest.
I wanted the film to be much more of a character piece than a broad statement regarding global issues of environmentalism. As a filmmaker, it’s great to see the film function in a variety of contexts and with a variety of messages depending on what perspective the viewer brings to the film.
As a black man in the United States he decided to turn his attention and focus towards challenging the traditions of popular culture while celebrating black culture and the black experience at the same time.
I wanted to narrow down my ideas and push my patterns and lines to a minimal state while focusing on more movement within a still life. I continue to build on these ideas and I feel that my work is constantly evolving because I am constantly exploring.