Me and Bradley Theodore
Live in South Side HTX with the Purple Edition Screw Shirt!
H-Town State of Mind. Portrait of Alonzo Williams creator of Everyday Strangers.
Everyday Strangers documents, photographer, Alonzo Williams Jr's 13 month long journey of random encounters with perfect strangers and marks the beginning of his career as an exhibiting photographer.
Dalo Portrait of my art brother Danny Fontenot. RIP
Picture Me Rollin’ portrait of my close friend Vinshay Lewis who I lost to suicide. Rest In Peace my brother…
16 in. x 20 in. mixed media
For decades athletes have stepped out in support or opposition to many different social, religious and political issues. African American athletes like Mohammad Ali, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Jim Brown were outspoken in their support for the black community during the Civil Rights movement and beyond. They were beloved by people of all colors and became a bridge for many people toward understanding the plight of African Americans.
In the instant that athletes discard their professional identity for a communal one, speaking, for example, as a pacifist-Muslim instead of a boxer or an African American instead of a quarterback, they humanize themselves to the nation in a powerful and relatable way, and in turn open themselves up to losing that professional identity altogether. When Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the National Anthem he was following a long line of athletes who have used their positions to further social justice and bring a spotlight on issues of importance.
Pro-Test is a tribute to all of our heroes and professional athletes who were courageous and unselfish enough to protest against racial inequality and police brutality.