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One hundred years ago, photography was not considered art. Today, Giclee experiences the same prejudice. Who can say what will happen in the future, but for those compelled to use the tools of our time, Giclee is Fine Art. And it's fitting to discover sexual connotations associated with this corrupted word from the French language, since my entire work concerns the dynamic interchange between sex and play.

This section is dedicated to Professor Willard Rosenquist, Professor Emeritus of Visual Design in the College of Environmental Design at the University of California at Berkeley. A man dedicated to light play, Professor Rosenquist was instrumental in my understanding of composition. In his studio, I learned structure, alignment and light. He literally gave me the keys to the studio so I could compose any time day or night. The video collective TELEM began in his class.

Much of my work focuses on classical subjects lost in antiquity. Color, lighting and mood reappropriate and reinvigorate themes and myths which for the most part have left Africans out of the picture. My work corrects this lack of an African presence.

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