Very well I started MML on Facebook, but now truly I see a need for more freedom. There are other social networks that MML is featured on so just be on the look out! New peep's hope you enjoy, and thanks for the support.
August 9, 1985
My wife would tell you Vegas But I was raised Everywhere. Born in Galveston Tx, Passed thru Illinois, hit Jacksonville , then Florida, Kansas City, Denver, lil bit of Cali San Bernardino, Then Cleveland Ohio.. Bedford Hts. Now the Veg!
My friend TJ Letsa (www.tjletsa.tumblr.com) takes some of the best photographs of me, I feel. All his images of me speak to who I really am. I find them to be the most authentic still representations of me. Our friendship allows him to capture raw moments, uncontrived and more often than not, vulnerable, as we always seem to meet to discuss life and it’s abundance of curveballs…good and bad.
He is such a talent with an eye for story telling and vivid imagery. A complete food snob, a lawyer in the making and one of the best photographers that will come out of Ghana when it’s all said and done.
Very good vision, she very beautiful, the whole scenery was awesome. Nothing like being able to be captured at the right moment.
For portrait photographer Martin Schoeller, known for his signature eye-to-eye, full-face portraits, the least of his worries is having his subject stand still on the X marked on his seamless background. But when it came to a three-legged decorated war hero, one leg lost to surgery after taking four rounds from an AK-47, this was exactly the problem.
Layka, a Belgian Malinois, a breed known to have inexhaustible energy—the highest of all dog breeds—graces the June cover of National Geographic magazine. “She was a celebrity in her own right,” Martin said, and after capturing a few frames, “I knew I had my hands full.”