3. Select two photographs that have made a significant impact on you and explain what their importance is in your life.
4. You have lived in at least two different cultures; explain how this experience influences how you see the world, both personally and politically?
I am a Blue-eyed Caribbean Latin American of European ancestry who is a citizen of the United States of America. At home in Puerto Rico I was considered a blanquito or americanito (white or American- like boy) a totally different species from the rest. Back in college I was regarded as a foreigner. So I suppose I always felt like an outsider; more romantically put, an émigré. A person that does not belongs fully anywhere. I had the rare opportunity to go inside both cultures because at the end of the day I could pass for either nationality. That made me notice and contrast both cultures. We are not that different at all. Right now I feel very comfortable with my background, in fact I think is an asset to be multicultural.
5. A hundred (plus) years from now, someone finds something of significance that you left behind. What is it and why is it significant?
I hope that anything I did, said, or depicted in music and photography moved anyone to embrace the reality that Love is our true nature.