My work explores the psychological complexities, and nuances of Black manhood; as there are both structural and cultural inequalities that have formulated barriers that are dictating our psychological perception of the world, each other, and ourselves. Through photography, experimental video, and new media I explore personal memories of being ostracized and traumatized by other Black males. In addition,  I investigate the social constructs historically prescribed, and adapted in to the Black male's cultural anthropology.