1. 2013


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    Year end review.

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    • 1121


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      1121 speaks for it's self. The walls and architecture invite all to enter.

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      • 19/08/10


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        bronx zoo, new york, 19/08/10

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        • A$AP ILLZ: Hood To High-Fashion


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          A$AP ILLZ Hood To High-Fashion Directed by: Sir Fawn Photography by: Sir Fawn Behind the Scenes: Akhil Sesh Wardrobe: BAPE, Models Own, Cut By Doberman BackStage/Runway: DKNY Fall/Winter 2014 From the Hood to High Fashion: A Story of Progression After being a prominent figure in the riot inducing and ever rising profile of the A$AP mob clique, ASAP Illz has made the transition from streetwear to high fashion. As evidenced by his debut at the DKNY Fall 2014 New York Fashion Week show, Illz is gearing to become a staple in the modeling world - both runway and print. There’s an undeniable charisma that resonates around ASAP Illz & it is his personality that has made him a pillar in the community. Hailing from the Allerton Bronx, it was Illz’s peers that first suggested he try a hand at modeling. Illz has taken the patented NY hustlers attitude and progressed the movement from doing look-books for friends to the International fashion stage. ASAP Illz has snowballed on buzz with his ability to harness the power of the internet. Along with the combination of being in touch with his roots and backing of A$AP stars like Rocky & Ferg, Illz looks to be the next in line for the major spotlight. Don’t be surprised if we see Illz’ face pop up on a Ralph Lauren runway or Balmain promotional campaign in the  near future. Experience ASAP Illz’s journey from the Hood to High Fashion as it provides a backdrop for anyone aspiring to progress themselves and the community to the potential that it is capable of reaching. - Written by Akhil Sesh

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            A BRONX FAMILY ALBUM: THE IMPACT OF AIDS A BRONX FAMILY ALBUM documents the lives of a Puerto Rican family living with poverty and despair, with drugs and AIDS, with love and death. My project records the immediate effects of living with HIV/AIDS and the ongoing emotional repercussions of the disease on surviving family members. In the fall of 1989 a psychiatrist at the Bronx Lebanon Hospital in New York asked me if I would photograph a support group he was offering for people with HIV and AIDS. I agreed, and spent the following year attending weekly sessions and photographing various members of the group. Among them was a married Puerto Rican couple, Ralph and Sensa Cartagena, with whom I developed a special rapport. Ralph, then 32, and Sensa, then 33, both had AIDS from intravenous drug use. At that time, Ralph and Sensa were living on welfare in the Bronx with four children ranging from age 1 to 13. They had one daughter of their own and three daughters from three of Sensa’s previous relationships. All the children have tested HIV negative. Over the years a strong relationship has developed between the Cartagena family and me. Throughout this time I have witnessed intense love, tenderness and robust joy. But I also beheld a series of stark turning points involving separation, loss, death, and the disintegration of the family. Ralph and Sensa separated in 1991. Sensa returned to drug use, supporting her habit through prostitution. In 1992, Sensa died of AIDS-related complications, while pregnant by a new boyfriend. Seven months after Sensa’s death, Ralph’s new girlfriend Lucy and her two children moved in with him. Choosing not to protect herself from Ralph’s infection, Lucy contracted HIV. Ralph and Lucy separated soon afterward. In June 2001, Lucy died of AIDS-related complications. In the spring of 1998 Ralph’s health took a dramatic turn for the worse. He developed an infection in his brain, lost the sight in his right eye, and became partially paralyzed in his left side. Ralph died of AIDS-related complications in October 1998. After Ralph's death Rosa lived with and her sister Cristina. Rosa is now 23 years old and lives with her ttwo year old daughter, Shanya. Since age 14, Cristina has been alone, wondering from one temporary home to another. In 1995, she met a boyfriend, Albert, with whom she had a son. In July 1998 she gave birth to their second child, a baby girl named Emily. Subsequently Cristina broke up with Albert, had a daughter from another man, and now lives with her three children in Allentown Pennsylvania. Cristina is 33 years old. Jessica and Sensita were placed into separate foster homes after the death of their mother. All told they lived with thirteen different foster families by the time they turned 17. When Jessica turned 18, she received a full scholarship to university in upstate New York. She is now married with two children and is teaching Special Education at a high school in the Bronx. Additionally, Jessica is finishing her Masters Degree in Education. Jessica is 31 years old. At age 15 Sensita gave birth to a baby boy. She is now 28 and married, with four children ages 2-12. Sensita works for the MTA. The photographs in this video were taken between 1990 and 1997. After a fifteen year hiatus I have reconnected with all four daughters. We are now collaborating on a book project documenting their lives with my photographs and their words. The HIV-AIDS epidemic has dramatically changed the face of inner-city family life. Over 50,000 children and adolescents in New York City alone are now motherless and or fatherless because of this disease. Our hope is to help shed light to the consequences of this terrible epidemic.

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            • A Bronx Tail with Tennille


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              10.10.10 Directed by Lee Larkins Produced by Lee Larkins Motion Graphics by Lee Larkins Additional Footage provided by Alex Gvojic Music provided by Tennille and Blended Babies

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              • A Bronx Tale: In Search of Sonia Sotomayor


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                TAN goes to the Bronx to talk to the natives about one of their own being nominated as a Supreme Court justice.

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                • A Bronx Trip: A Road Trip Documentary


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                  This is a short documentary I made about our quick trip to the bronx to run some of jeremy's errands. Filmed with the Canon T2i, audio recorded with the Rode VideoMic & edited in Adobe Premiere. Graded with Magic Bullet Looks in AE.

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