Thursday, December 22, 2011


Some of my earlier works.  My editing skills have far surpassed what is seen here, but take a look at the eerie chill this video gives.  If you get into the imagery, you might ask yourself what was going through my head when we made it.

This was my second project with Denzel. He was such a great sport and of course you see he is plenty eye candy. And to think I got to shoot him, and reshoot him up close and personal. Take a look!

Friday, December 16, 2011

Creators of LANGSTON’S the movie will Host The GMAD Christmas Party on Monday, December 19th at Tian on the Riverbank Restaurant, Harlem

GMAD is proud to announce the creators of LANGSTON’S, a new film about the contemporary struggles of gay men of color, will host The GMAD Christmas Party on Monday, December 19, 2011 at 8:00pm with a special Open Bar sponsored by Grand Touring Vodka. Having spent one year in development, LANGSTON’S is an unprecedented collaboration between four filmmakers: Dwight Allen O’Neal (Christopher Street TV), Dane Harrington Joseph (Drama Queenz), Daniel Armando (Boys Like You), and James Peoples (Where Truth Lies). Their talents combine to create four unique stories each connected by a tragic event in one location, a popular night club. More info can be found at

Come out an enjoy the holiday festivities with the (4) Men of Color, (3) Target Audiences, (2) Projects & (1) Goal.

Are you in the Holiday Spirit?

Space is Limited! Hope to see you there.

Hue-Man Vendor Day on Saturday, December 17th from 10:00AM to 6PM HARLEM

Vendor's Day at Hue-man Bookstore featuring
Artist JUSTIN LEE FULTON's "Clownin' Series"

Looking for Unique Holiday Gift Giving Presents...?
Check Out Vendor's Day
Hue-Man Bookstore & Cafe
2319 Frederick Douglass Blvd. (Between 124th and 125th Streets)
New York, NY 10027. Tel: 212-665-7400

Event is from Noon to 8PM

Richard E. Pelzer II LOVES Justin Lee Fulton's work.

Inspired In New York Honors Roberta Flack at the Faison Firehouse Theater

Inspired In New York Honors



TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2011 in Harlem, NY

L to R: Senator Bill Perkins, Ms. Roberta Flack, Mona Scott-Young, George Faison, Jamie Foster Brown, Camille Evans & George Harrell

MONA SCOTT YOUNG owner of Monami Entertainment and former co-owner/president of Violator Management, Anthony Hamilton, American R&B /Soul singer-songwriter and record producer and the legendary songstress, songwriter and musician Roberta Flack were honored by INSPIRED IN NEW YORK at Faison Firehouse Theatre in Harlem, NY. This star studded was INVITE ONLY.

Mona Scott Young, Anthony Hamilton, and Roberta Flack were chosen to be honored by the honorable Assemblyman Keith Wright &Senator Bill Perkins due to their many years as innovators and trendsetters in the Music/Entertainment and Media Industries. All honorees received a proclamation from New York for their contributions in the fields of media, arts and entertainment.

This was Anthony Hamilton's acceptance speech

The crème de la crème of the entertainment industry will be in attendance to support and honor these trendsetters and innovators on their very special day.

The Faison Firehouse Theater is home to the American Performing Arts Collaborative (APAC), a not-for-profit (501c3) organization co-founded by Tony Award Winner, George Faison in 1997. For more than thirty-five years, George Faison has been a driving force in the theater as well as film, video, television, concert dance, concert staging, television commercials and trade shows. George is internationally recognized as having achieved a preeminent place among the world's most important directors, choreographers and writers is known for his uncompromising pursuit of artistic excellence and the production and nourishment of socially relevant art and artist. He has a keen eye for recognizing emerging talent such as S. Epatha Merkerson, Debbie Allen, Stephanie Mills, Phylicia Rashad, Eartha Robinson, Gary DeLoatch, Shedrack Anderson, Jackee and Hinton Battle among others.

Contributing Sponsors: Chevrolet, Sister 2 Sister Magazine, Sugar Hill Golden Ale, LezPlay Radio, International Festival Network, The Harlem International Street Fair, APAC Inc. CME Group, Promotional Pro & MEGA Management Inc.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Conversations With Your Penis

When it comes to sex, the one thing that men appears to not be incredibly vocal about is their secret conversations with their partner downstairs. I'm talking about the partner deep inside their pants. I'm talking about the one thing that they are self confident about on a daily basis. I don't need to tell you what it is. The title says it all.

For women, it's very obvious that they talk about their breasts numerous times. Whether it's talking to them in the mirror or having a conversation with their friends, a conversation regarding their breasts is always going to come up. That's why the majority of us are prepared for things like that to happen. If you're an only child, your conversations with your breasts is like talking to real life sisters.

Well what about men? Do we have those same type of conversations? Absolutely.

Even though it's not publicly displayed as it is with women, men do have independent conversations with their penis. Men, have there ever came a time in your life when you're alone in the bathroom completely nude, and you just happened to be talking to your partner downstairs? Have you ever had that short moment of cockiness with your partner?

I for one will admit that I did something related to it. I remember standing in the bathroom completely naked. The hot water from inside the tub heated me up so much, I was erect for a full half hour. Even when I was out of the tub, it was still fully excited.

"Oh really," I said while looking down at it. "Even when I'm not in the mood you can't control yourself. You can't stay up to save your own life. What do you want me to do? Take a picture and put it on my blog? Not gonna happen."

It was the first time that I visually remember having a short conversation with my penis. It was a short moment, but it was still a conversation. At that point, I began to think about the numerous men that does things like this. What do they say to it? How do they feel when they say it? Is it somewhat cocky or a form of self-confidence? If women can speak publicly about their breasts, why can't men do it as well with their partner?

What are the conversations you have with your partner below the belt?

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Love Is Not Worth A Lifetime Virus

In honor of World Aid's Day that happened two days ago, I want to take this opportunity to talk a particular subject surrounding the LGBT community. I think it's a wonderful thing to continue spreading the word, thereby educating our youth on what's out there in the world.

When it comes to relationships, it gets under my skin that in less than a week, people are more than willing to have unprotected sex over this one emotion called "love". They've known this person in less than a week and they think it's love when they ask them if they can hit it raw. Not only that, but they think having raw sex is a little adventurous than wearing an actual condom. It's a insane thing that appears to be going viral.

It's almost like they are begging to have the virus. To them, it sounds exotic, and they want to be a part of it.

This virus is nothing to be played with. Love is not worth having unprotected sex. If you do love this person, then the both of you will agree on staying protected. One hour of exotic sex is not worth getting something that you'll have to treat for the rest of your life.

In honor of World Aid's Day, I would like to say "Love is not worth a lifetime virus."

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Analyze This: "All Back" by Chris Brown

By J9 of J9's MusicLife

Analyze This:  An in depth look at the lyrical content of a song to provide insight

"All Back"

If I had the moment
I'd capture that moment
You would be right here next to me
If I had the secret,
The secret to your love
I would place the treasure beneath my heart
Lock it all up,
And throw away the key
I would never give it up
Cause I was just a fool,
A fool for you
When I loved you so childishly

And I want it all back
I want it all, I want it all,
I want it all back
I want it all back,
I want it all, I want it all
Girl I want it all
You never miss a good thing 'til it's gone,
I want it all, now I want it all (back)

If there is a green light
And it starts to turn yellow
Pedal to the floor,
Cause I know your heart is turning red,
If I had the minutes, I would turn 'em into hours
And make love to your mind not your body instead
I was just a fool, a fool for you
That didn’t know what I had until I lost you
Every single moment
That you’re not here
It's evident to me that everything just seems so clear


Now everything isn’t everything
If everything, everything isn’t with you
And I want it all back
I want it all, I want it all, I want it all back
I want it all back, I want it all, I want it all
Girl I want it all
You never miss a good thing 'til it's gone,
I want it all, now I want it all.
Now I want it all back
Now I want it all back
Now I want it all back

J9's Analysis:  This is one of my favorite tracks of his album.  The song is so sincere, raw, and emotional.  The lyrics of the songs makes you wonder if it's meant for Rihanna.  I mean it makes sense. . . CB sings about regretting what he's done and desperately wanted to re-do the damage done to have that relationship back.  “You never miss a good thing, til it’s gone”. .  everyone knows this line all too well and if this is about RiRi, CB is probably punishing himself for ruining their relationship and losing a good girl (that apparently has gone bad, or should I saw naughty, especially in her new album Talk That Talk).  

CB’s delivery of the song is so heartfelt.  You can feel the pain and regret he feels as his pours his heart out.  Many things that he points out can apply to anybody.  He talks about loving so childishly, something that happens way too often when you make stupid mistakes due to immaturity and don’t realize what you did until you grow older and wiser.

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What makes a serial killer?

It's been a roller coaster ride of a year.  I can't believe it's almost over.  So, I've been working on THE NOVEL and so many things have been coming out of me.  It's truly amazing how the brain works.  My very good friend Karen Minors, (author of "It Is What It Is"),  were having a conversation about our journeys in writing and she suggested that I take a look at documentaries about serial killers.  Initially, I thought to myself, why?  But after watching a few Youtube videos, I was mentally blown away.  The things these people did.

Watching these videos allowed me to dive deeper into the lead character of my upcoming novel.  I'm pretty sure that when people read this novel, they will wonder what was roaming through my twisted mind, but I go to very dark places sometimes.

Check out my one of my favorite serial killers.  Jeffrey Dahmer.




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