Sim The Sire, is an emerging new wave artist out of Brooklyn, NY. His style combines elements of Hip-Hop, modern Reggae vibes and Neo-Soul, to create a new brand of music so vivid and poignant you can watch it play out in your head as you listen. Sim the Sire is motivated by a higher calling. He is multi-talented. A writer. Producer. Film and beat maker. He uses musical allegory to convey his message of spiritual awakening and self-actualization. Struggling to launch his music career while working full time as a TV producer, he utilized a 2 year sabbatical to write and record a multi-series concept album; documenting his spiritual journey back to the essence as a creator. Today Sim The Sire can be found performing “Will You Ever Know,” “Bigger Baby” and the all new hit single “One Word Conversations” all off of his debut EP to be released this Summer. The Gifted Showcase welcomes Sim the Sire!
Joel Meyerowitz, 'Central Park, New York,' 1966 | Being unaware of the art world prejudice in favour of black and white photography, Joel Meyerowitz began shooting on colour film, producing vibrant, energetic street scenes of New York. Speaking of his move into colour photography, Meyerowitz has said that colour "describes more things". Continuing, he explained, "when I say description, I don't mean mere fact and the cold accounting of things in the frame. I really mean the sensation I get from things their surface and colour my memory of them in other conditions as well as their connotative qualities. Colour plays itself out along a richer band of feelings more wavelengths, more radiance, more sensation."