Im back online homies!! I had some malware issues I was dealing with. I don’t know if it was some hood hacker or government hacker…the Xikano paranoia in me is leaning towards the latter. I have been shooting with the community in Avondale and Denver youth through the Stapleton Foundation’s Be Well Health And Wellness Initiative. The kids are locking down their scripts and we are getting ready to shoot two videos in April and May. And fingers crossed here as I submit my screenplay to the Sundance Institute. I just have a few tweaks left on my Film/Video page and my other videos should be up soon. Regardless I’m back online ready to provide voice to barrio youth! Get at me!! Fight On!!
A week ago I once again ran into to some cool people trying to do good things for the youth of Pueblo, Colorado. It was their 4th Annual Bikers Vs. Lowriders Softball Game. The event is held each year as part of the ongoing fundraising for kids backpacks and school supplies.
I didn’t post a gallery except on facebook, but I mixed in some of the pictures from the event here in my Lowriders&MCs gallery. I hope to catch more events from these beautiful peeps!
The event was called “Remembering Frida” Kreative Kalpulli’s 2nd annual open art show and celebration in Frida Kahlo’s honor. Check out more flikas in the gallery posted for the event under my galleries page.
Here’s a couple Obama throwbacks I shot while he visited Pueblo, Colorado. I don’t know why I’m posting them maybe just to show that I don’t always shoot cholos or Mexicas. I just wish he would take a better stand on immigration and free Leonard Peltier but then again what the hell do I know about politiks with my movement mind. I barely voted for the first time in my life this past election. Anyway, just thought I’d do something with the pix in this throwback post… oh yeah happy belated birthday first lady!
On January 4th, 2014 the community of Coloraztlan got together in Denver, CO to honor Jefe Xhuy Ocelotl & Carter Camp. The event was put together by Teocalli Tepeyolohtlan, Grupo Tlaloc & the Community Of Coloraztlan. It was a way for the community to mourn and also honor two great warriors. More pictures are in my “In Memoriam” gallery.