Wednesday, October 3, 2012
"I often use the immediacy of the camera to jot down an idea. To freeze a moment. Working with Sabra, my new house model, gave a boost to my usual Rhythmistic flow. She is fearless in her embrace of movement and the grace or space. Though I have taken thousands of images and studied a lot of photography in classes along the way, I do not think of myself as a photographer. I have too much respect for the medium and its true masters. I look forward to working more with her and the lens."
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This article signaled the launch of the Black Age Movement 20 years ago. I was fortunate to have this manifesto-type article published in the Comic Buyers Guide in Feb. 1993. Plus to later attract the brilliant and dedicated participation of creative Blackuns, fans, educators, students, illustrators,and writers of all cultures, classes & races. "Indie today: Black Age Forever!"