Chicago through his lense. He was inspired to let his heart dictate what he shot. His physical body just reacted based on where his head and soul wanted to shoot. This is purely a compilation of what he saw that day in Chicago.
Sacrificing your life to save another is one of the ultimate sacrifices one can offer someone. Watching these firefighters go into a burning house made me feel terrified for them and the people inside. It actually brought back a lot of memories of 9/11 for me.
Thank god for GOOD service people to risk their own lives and use their natural instincts and there training in order to save a humans live from a tragedy.
Humanity. Justice. Peace.
1,000’s of people gathered in downtown Chicago to fight for justice and freedom for Trayvon Martin. In this moment, no one had any hidden agenda. It didn’t matter if you were Caucasian, African American, Asian, Hispanic, etc. People coming together, as people, can truly make a difference and hopefully this video captured that essence.
I carry a Flip HD camera with me everyday because I never know when something inspirational may come my way. I was lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time to capture this historic moment with a bunch of strangers that seemed like family. No one judged you for being a different race, they embraced you to join the fight for peace.
If at all possible, please spread the word by sharing this video with your friends, colleagues and any media outlets you may have relationships with.
#JusticeForTrayvonMartin #StephonWatts & All of the others lives we have lost to senseless.