Community outreach

Paint Jamaica

Muralist
{ Curly haired daydreamer }
& photographer

The Paint Jamaica project started in July 2014 as a crowdfunded outreach movement
with a mission to remove the stigmas associated with Kingston’s inner cities through
positive, community-oriented creative expression.

Ten days and twenty 10-foot murals along the walls of an abandoned warehouse later,
41 Fleet Street in Parade Gardens, Kingston, Jamaica now functions as a vibrant
kid-friendly space for events, concerts, yoga classes and daily soccer games.
 

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Paint Jamaica featured on   Red Stripe’s Official Website

Paint Jamaica featured on Red Stripe’s Official Website

Paint Jamaica featured in   Koffee - Toast (Official Video)

Paint Jamaica featured in Koffee - Toast (Official Video)



Boston Explorers - PHOTOGRAPHY

The mission at Boston Explorers is for urban youth to explore Boston,
inspire one another, and engage their curiosity. With the city as their campground,
in an inter-age, electronic-free setting, children make their own choices and
have time to play and use their imaginations.

In a world of often highly scripted and programmed play, Boston Explorers follows a
child’s interests to help frame daily activities and explorations.
Their goal is to inspire a sense of civic engagement,
adventure and curiosity that will last a lifetime.

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