Arts & Culture For fifteen years, I’ve asked everyone from Isabella Rossellini to Salman Rushdie to flip the lens.
The result is a visual archive of my life—and a meditation on the changing nature of stardom by Jeff Harris magazine described my series as “an epic, inspired, and ever-evolving art project that documents a life well-lived.”) And if I’m given the opportunity, I’ll ask a public figure to take my self-portrait for me.
Basketball teammates included Malcolm Washington, the son of actor Denzel Washington, and rapper/actor Lil Romeo. A scrawny freshman who couldn’t touch the backboard, he nonetheless had prodigious athletic ability and played varsity as a freshman.
By his sophomore year was the best player at the school.
For this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, I’m sharing photos taken by notable talent dating back to 2002 along with my reflection on the changing nature of celebrity and access.The kid with the baggy shorts, big hair and metallic blue sneakers drove down the court during an AAU tournament in the San Fernando Valley. Four-year-old Darius pedaled behind his brothers on his bicycle as fast as he could, continuously trying to catch up.A defender tried to stop 10-year-old Darius Morris as he dribbled through the entire defense. Ann sports reporters Pete Bigelow and Michael Rothstein will host a live chat from press row at Conseco Fieldhouse during Friday’s Michigan-Illinois game.He recorded the third triple-double in Michigan history against Iowa (12 points, 11 assists, 10 rebounds) as a sophomore. “Anything I do, any success that comes along, not only is it my success but it is my family’s success and also the team’s success.He maintains his success now and his potential future in the NBA is tied to one thing — the reason he ended up at Michigan in the first place — his family.