“Events”

Jan 16, 2012

Christina Hale’s Birthday Party!


My dear friend Michael hosted a birthday celebration for his girlfriend, Christina, at his new restaurant Catch.
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Dec 15, 2011

Heavy D’s Funeral


This was a tough day for me as I attended the services for someone very dear to me, Dwight “Heavy D” Myers. Never in my life have I seen more respect shown for the burial of someone from the hip-hop community.
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Dec 12, 2011

United Nations General Assembly


This annual event is one that I look forward to every year. It is the coming together of the world’s most distinguished leaders, philanthropist and change agents. (more…)

Mountaintop


Kenny Leon is making history by having 2 plays on Broadway at the same time The Mountaintop and Stick Fly both written by African Amercian women which is also historic! (more…)

Ruthie Davis Shoe Line


Be on the lookout for this line of shoes. In just a few short years it will be all about Ruthie! (more…)

Essence Mag Honors Holly Robinson Peete & Gelila Puck


Soho loft, summer night and two of the most beautiful African American women were honored by Essence for their philanthropy. (more…)

Love, Loss and What I wore!

I could not let the limited run of Love, Loss and What I wore go by without seeing my girl LALA make her Off Broadway but close enough debut! She was a pillar of beauty and grace onstage as she delivered each line masterfully as if she was a theartre veteran. (more…)

MET Gala

This is by far one of my favorite rooms in New York City perhaps in the world for an event. To dine while taking in ancient Egyptian ruins transports you to a time where wonders were born. (more…)

Black Girls Rock!

This award show is by far my favorite among all. The Oscars, Grammy’s and other award shows are all entertaining but I love this particular show for celebrating the excellence and achievement of African American women. (more…)

Denise Rich’s Angel Ball

This annual event is by far one of my favorites as I had the pleasure of meeting Gabrielle (the lovely daughter of Denise Rich), who passed away due to cancer and the reason for which the foundation was born. (more…)