Parker Curry was mesmerized when looking at the portrait of Michelle Obama at the National Portrait Gallery by Amy Sherald. Later, along with her family, Parker was able to meet the former First Lady. The image of Parker looking at the painting brought to mind what Mrs. Obama said during the portrait’s unveiling “…when I… Continue reading Inspiration
The Power Of Storytelling event at the Baccarat NYC showroom. Featuring Martha Stewart, Stephen Sills and Shawn Henderson with moderator Dan Rubinstein from Departures Magazine.
Celebrating Dominican pride today during the 2017 Dominican Republic Day Parade in New York City.
Annual Gay Pride Parade in New York City today, capping off a month of activities. The parade is the largest one in the world where everyone comes together to celebrate and have fun showing love is always the common denominator among all of us.
Brooklyn Twilight Pride Parade in Park Slope, Brooklyn – start of pride month in New York. Even the politicians are having fun!
Highlighting our differences in the right way. Greetings and Mabuhay from the 2017 Philippine Independence Day Parade, New York City. Culture, food, colors, good times and great people at the parade despite the overcast sky.
It’s much easier to LOVE than to hate. Sending love to all of England, we stand with you!
Found this image of my grandmother’s veranda while scrolling through my picture file. Lots of fond memories growing up there at the beginning of my childhood. It was THE family meeting place with an extensive parade of family friends/acquaintances passing through. A small house made larger by its very long history and countless life stories/events… Continue reading Veranda Memories
Christopher Street in New York City is considered an Ellis Island for gender identity. Famed photographer Mark Seliger presents a brilliant series of black and white images about the people and their complex stories with Christopher Street as the backdrop. The exhibition is a celebration of the neighborhood and the LGBTQ community with Seliger commenting that “Their faces are… Continue reading On Christopher Street