Please join us in congratulating workshop participant, Trent Love, for his ArtSlant feature: 
Bronx River Sankofa Tour, 2012
View the full video here

Trent Love is an award winning Producer and Audio/Video Artist located in New York City. He is a US Army Veteran and advocate of programs geared towards improving the quality of life of America’s wounded warriors through arts and entertainment.


The project contains a grid of 16 interactive videos and a virtual map embedded as QR Codes. The QR Codes correspond to a series of videos that gives the viewer a Virtual Tour of the Bronx Sankofa/African American History Along the Bronx River. Using a Smartphone or scanning device you can take full advantage of this adventure. Trent Love has gone to great measures to allow this work to be shared in various forms using social media, internet, print, radio, television, and multi-media targeting to mainstream audiences as well as people with disabilities. 

Please join us in congratulating workshop participant, Trent Love, for his ArtSlant feature

Bronx River Sankofa Tour, 2012

View the full video here

Trent Love is an award winning Producer and Audio/Video Artist located in New York City. He is a US Army Veteran and advocate of programs geared towards improving the quality of life of America’s wounded warriors through arts and entertainment.
The project contains a grid of 16 interactive videos and a virtual map embedded as QR Codes. The QR Codes correspond to a series of videos that gives the viewer a Virtual Tour of the Bronx Sankofa/African American History Along the Bronx River. Using a Smartphone or scanning device you can take full advantage of this adventure. Trent Love has gone to great measures to allow this work to be shared in various forms using social media, internet, print, radio, television, and multi-media targeting to mainstream audiences as well as people with disabilities. 
Please join us in congratulating workshop participant, Trent Love, for his ArtSlant feature: 
Bronx River Sankofa Tour, 2012
View the full video here

Trent Love is an award winning Producer and Audio/Video Artist located in New York City. He is a US Army Veteran and advocate of programs geared towards improving the quality of life of America’s wounded warriors through arts and entertainment.


The project contains a grid of 16 interactive videos and a virtual map embedded as QR Codes. The QR Codes correspond to a series of videos that gives the viewer a Virtual Tour of the Bronx Sankofa/African American History Along the Bronx River. Using a Smartphone or scanning device you can take full advantage of this adventure. Trent Love has gone to great measures to allow this work to be shared in various forms using social media, internet, print, radio, television, and multi-media targeting to mainstream audiences as well as people with disabilities. 

Please join us in congratulating workshop participant, Trent Love, for his ArtSlant feature

Bronx River Sankofa Tour, 2012

View the full video here

Trent Love is an award winning Producer and Audio/Video Artist located in New York City. He is a US Army Veteran and advocate of programs geared towards improving the quality of life of America’s wounded warriors through arts and entertainment.
The project contains a grid of 16 interactive videos and a virtual map embedded as QR Codes. The QR Codes correspond to a series of videos that gives the viewer a Virtual Tour of the Bronx Sankofa/African American History Along the Bronx River. Using a Smartphone or scanning device you can take full advantage of this adventure. Trent Love has gone to great measures to allow this work to be shared in various forms using social media, internet, print, radio, television, and multi-media targeting to mainstream audiences as well as people with disabilities. 

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This website compliments the ongoing free Veteran Photography & Video Workshops held at the International Center of Photography in NYC.

"Seeing Here Now" is made possible in part with donated space from the International Center of Photography and with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.