HOLI - The Diptych Project
Faces are the very first impression we get of anyone. Busy with the intricacies of life they often display a serious outlook.
"Holi", the Hindu festival of colors which symbolizes new beginning, change of season, good over evil epitomizes heartfelt joy and happiness. “HOLI – The Diptych Project” is a visual juxtaposition of these diverse explorations through the lens of Holi.
It demonstrates that regardless of race, nationality, gender or culture we get transformed into this new avatar with Holi colors.
Born in New York. High school dropout. Joined the navy just to get out of Dodge. Married at 20, best decision of my youth!
Discovered warm weather. Two great kids. Still trying to find myself.
Born and raised in Flemish Belgium, love eating chocolates daily! Married Santa Fe handsome Mark and gave birth to three children.
My hobby photography is now my profession and sometimes my obsession!. Life motto is Carpe Diem!!
My name is Ezequiel but nobody calls me by my name, except my boss. Everybody else calls me EZ. Yes, EZ, like a Sunday morning.
And yes, I'm also very easy going. Bohemian, neurotic and passionate, that's what I am. I was born in a small city in Southeastern
Mexico, Campeche, a city surrounded by walls, castles and ocean. I love coffee, football( (soccer for infidels), art, rugby and my hair. Peace!
An African in America, color has played an important part in my life, in more ways than you expect! I especially like it when there are more
than 50 shades. My ultimate goal someday is to fly into space, even if all I use to get there is the space that is left between my ears.
We share closely tired careers in real estate, an extensive vinyl collection, a love for travel and a uniquely wrapped sense of humor.
Since meeting in 2004, our lives have intertwined with an indisputable synchronocity and now we enjoy this journey alongside one another.
Born in Mumbai. Fusion cuisine is my passion. The kitchen is my domain where I can just let it all go and create culinary masterpieces.
I'm a ninja with a Chef's knife and one day, I will be the Indian equivalent of Gordon Ramsay. Namaste!
Born in Vietnam. As a young adult, I immigrated to the United States as a "Boat People" refugee. I attended Virginia and studied to become
an electronics engineer. I enjoy photography. Married and blessed with two beautiful girls who are already attending university.
Came to the US from Kabul, Afghanistan where I was born during the Soviet Union occupation in 1991. Currently studying towards a degree
in Criminal justice and Linguistics. I have two wonderful teenage kids with whom I like to go camping, fishing and enjoy other outdoor activities.
I am a positive person who loves life, nature and all kinds of people. I am the kind of person who appreciates people who need me,
forgive those who hurt me and forget those who left me. I don't judge people and don't like to be judged.
A 32 year old all the way from Turkey. I was born in a small Mediterranean town near Cyprus and eventually ended up in Dallas.
I am still amazed when I think about how I landed up here. I am a big fan of live music. I also like going to sporting events, its easy for me
to get fanatic, ask the paint on my face!
Born and raised in Indonesia. I am of Chinese descent living in Dallas with a boy friend and two lovely Italian greyhounds Isabella and Max.
I enjoy Art, Baking and Excercise.
I'm a pug owning, photo teaching, baseball loving, art consuming, train riding, vegetarian father of two and a husband from
St. Louis, Missouri. My life's motto, please be the change that you wish to see in the world...
Born in Detroit. Travelling is at the top of my favorite activities list. Exploring different countries, lands and cultures brings me joy.
Eating Mediterranean food is a very close second. When stateside, I'm a self-proclaimed city girl. One day, I will inherit a family farm
formerly used as a stop on the Underground Railroad.