When we are not collaborating with brands, NGO's or creative Artists, we are bringing to life our own ideas and concepts. 

 

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. Instead of posting one of his quotes or sharing the "I have a dream" speech I decided to ask random people in D.C "What today meant for them". Read the full article here.

We've seen many inspiring places, but nothing inspires us more than the wonder of creativity and compassion that is inside of humans. Beth thought of this concept for a video that speaks of the wonder that moves us from within. As Beth says "You're a WonderFULL human." (Filmed in Barcelona) 

16 Seconds Daily

Can you be inspired in 16 seconds?

We believe the answer is "yes!" Welcome to "16 Seconds Daily."

 

We had a chance to host a world wide instameet in Barcelona! 

The Artist's Voice

There is power when creative artists come together and showcase their own unique styles in their art and expression. We put on an amazing project that gathered some of New England's talented artists in the areas of rap, dance, poetry, song, painting, photography & music (and anything else that falls under “artist”).

I am Courage

Video series highlighting individuals that are doing common things in an uncommon way. Click here to watch the video series. 

  Boston in the AM    This morning at 5 AM ( March 29th) I chose to capture the reality of the city and people around me without doing my usual fashion "model shoot." (Instagram has enough of that.) I decided to capture the light and shadows of the early morning into sunrise and the people who occupy those dawning places. My first thought went to people without a home waking up in the city. I then expanded my vision to include all "morning" people within this unique city of beautiful buildings interposed with natural elements. The locations of my shots: Chinatown, Boston common, and Back Bay. Is there any photo that stands out to you and why? 

Boston in the AM

This morning at 5 AM ( March 29th) I chose to capture the reality of the city and people around me without doing my usual fashion "model shoot." (Instagram has enough of that.) I decided to capture the light and shadows of the early morning into sunrise and the people who occupy those dawning places. My first thought went to people without a home waking up in the city. I then expanded my vision to include all "morning" people within this unique city of beautiful buildings interposed with natural elements. The locations of my shots: Chinatown, Boston common, and Back Bay. Is there any photo that stands out to you and why? 

As artists, we are inspired by everything around us! In downtown Los Angeles at the Urban Lights, we found our inspiration to dance through: happy tourists, the contrast of the dark night and bright lights, the "stage" already set for us, each other, the current of movement inside of us, and of course, the music of Maggie Rogers. 

   Strangers Life Advice    Long time ago, when Vinny  graduated college, he found himself  without a job and debating whether he  should continue applying for jobs and writing endless cover letters that never got read (and interviews that never happened), or to follow an unconventional path... Vinny decided  to ask strangers for life advice for 31 one days.

Strangers Life Advice

Long time ago, when Vinny  graduated college, he found himself  without a job and debating whether he  should continue applying for jobs and writing endless cover letters that never got read (and interviews that never happened), or to follow an unconventional path... Vinny decided  to ask strangers for life advice for 31 one days.

Can't Stop the feeling Boston

Bringing a little joy where ever we end up.

 Can't Stop the Feeling became the "Happy for 2016" We decided to bring some joy while we were in NYC! Big thanks for everyone that joined in on this project. Click here to see the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hzgc3wHVhoE

Can't Stop the Feeling became the "Happy for 2016" We decided to bring some joy while we were in NYC! Big thanks for everyone that joined in on this project. Click here to see the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hzgc3wHVhoE

TRAVELING WITH A POLAROID, TAKING PICTURES OF PEOPLE WE FIND INTERESTING AND ASKING THEM TO WRITE DOWN A MESSAGE THEY WOULD LIKE TO TELL THE WORLD. The person keeps the Polaroid picture and we take a digital copy for this page.

For this chapter of "You are Seen" we asked the women to answer this question  "what does it mean to be a woman in America?

Since it was Valentines Day, Beth and I decided to go to the streets of Boston to ask people how they experience love.

The word love is used very loosely, we hardly talk about it beyond the surface level of feelings and Hollywood movies, especially with strangers, so we aimed to be different and connect to people through, love!

A song we danced from the heart: bringing Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror" to life in downtown Boston.