Haitian reggae singer Wyclef Jean pauses during his music set at the kickoff rally for the 2012 International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC.
Prodigal sons of the Christian religious right, Frank Schaeffer and Jay Bakker, speak together at Jay’s “Revolution Church” in Brooklyn, NYC.
As drizzle, and later rain, descended on the National Mall in Washington, DC, hundreds of volunteers processed with huge sections of the AIDS Quilt toward a stage and rally, carefully keeping it off the drenched plastic tarps below.
What do you get when you bring 1,200 people together to camp at a fairgrounds near Corvalis, Ore., under the auspices of “Celebrating Justice, Spirituality, Music and Art?”
Just how much photography equipment is needed to support a 10 day assignment? Read this article to find out what SixView Studios’ Gregg Brekke takes along.
Recent work by Gregg Brekke of SixView Studios includes video editing for The Center for Progressive Christianity and a photojournalism assignment covering the opening of the new Horseshoe casino in Cleveland.
A worker is veiled in a cloud of dust as he positions bags under a sand hopper in a cement plant near Montgomery, Ala.
Good friend Nick Vrettos invited me to produce a video for an organic/sustainable farming cooperative project he helped initiate in Highgate area of Jamaica, St. Mary’s parish.