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The Black Harbor The Black Harbor is an online account of the work, ideas, and inspiration of a tight-nit collective of creatives. Over the years we have created things together, attended school together, fought together, and partied together. We have grown beyond the simplicity of friendship. We are now a family. Our purpose is to celebrates the work of the collective and explore creative work in the world that truly inspires us driving us to be better at what we do. Our hope is that as we document our work, process, lives, and inspiration that you will also be inspired and share your work with us.
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Bill Baird (of Sunset) put out a rad new album this year that is a slight departure from his old stuff. Dig on it
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A playlist created by photographer and artist Eric Carroll relating to his Rayko Photo Center show titled Plato’s Home Movies.
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Your stressed out. You need to chill the fuck out and take this in.
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This album has been doing the trick for me lately. I’m a sucker for anything western and psychedelic.
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Mark King
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Mark King was kicked out of America. We miss him, but he seems to be killing it out there taking photos of things most of us have never seen. He is now living back in Barbados where he is shooting what seems to be a whole different world.
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I was given the opportunity to take a few portraits of JR and Chris from Girls during my visit to SF. They were in the midst of recording their yet to be titled upcoming EP at Decibelle Recording in Noe Valley. From what ... Continue reading →
Been noticing a lot of daggering in clubs lately. Not on Jamaica’s level but daggering nonetheless. More of these are definitely on the way.
I did a brief stint at a photography studio in Speightstown last year. I took a mini bus to the north of Barbados via the Bridgetown – Sp’town route to work each morning. This meant spending 45 mins on a cram ... Continue reading →
Photographer Willie Alleyne invited me along for his niece’s sweet 16 to-do.
Barbados is one of the few Caribbean islands to offer horse racing. The Garrison Savannah is where you can catch the action. The following pics are from a hot August day at the races.
I joined the local hash harriers crew for a run the other day. Had no idea what was in store. They refer to themselves as, ‘drinkers with a running problem.’ Good thing I had my camera and a full cup handy.
Joel Meyerowitz
Spotted this 1981 tv piece on Joel Meyerowitz over at MOSSfull. A truly inspiring profile that takes the viewer along for a day on the New York streets with the revered photographer. Continue reading
Can't make it to the Robert Breer (1926 - 2011) retrospective at Museum Tinguely in Basel? No worries, Vernissage tv has your back. Continue reading
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Bruxelles Capitales
Charles Paulicevich a.k.a. Bruxelles Capitales came to my attention via flickr last year. I made sure to reach out to Charles before heading over to Europe’s capital city in January. I spent 5 years of my c ... Continue reading →
Alexis Peskine -- Goal Volant 2010
I met Alexis Peskine in a photography class at Howard University back in the early oughts. I completely forgot about Alexis until by chance my good friends Desta and Simone met him in South Africa last week. It’ ... Continue reading →
I discovered Scott Conarroe's portfolio site a while back during some late night artist-in-residency research. It stopped me in my tracks (still does) and left me wondering how I had never seen his work nor heard of the guy before. Continue reading
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I met Belgian Photographer Frieke Janssens earlier this year in Brussels. She has been one of my favorite photographers for some time now. I made it a point to link with her to talk photography (and Belgian beer) while we were both in town. Continue reading
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