The Proud Poppas Project – Press Release

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What does being a father mean to you?

November 16th 2015 – Brooklyn, NY, US:

McCants, a renowned New York Photographer unveils his first major solo photo exhibition showcasing his work from the past 7 years in New York, entitled “The Proud Poppas Photo Project.”

McCants, a visual artist and photographer known for his brilliant work in portraiture and photojournalism has worked independently as a fathering specialist and fatherhood advocate through a community based group he founded called, Proud Poppas United. “I was inspired to do this project by my encounters with some amazing fathers, all from different backgrounds and experiences.” says McCants. “Each encounter became a photo series along with inspiring fatherhood stories and testimonies of their own personal dedication to being an active father in their
children’s lives.”

One of the major aims of the exhibit is to promote the traditions of exemplary fatherhood and family, while stressing on the role of men in developmental balance of the youth. “It is my hope that not only will these images celebrate fatherhood, but will encourage and become a source of inspiration in bringing all men closer to their families and Thrones as Kings, strengthening our communities and our people as a whole.” says the Proud Poppa and photographer.

Event Information: “The Proud Poppas Photo Project”

Location: For My Sweet Garden and Event Gallery

Location: 1103 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY

Date: November 29, 2015

Hours: 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Admission: Free For All – Register Herehttp://bit.ly/1N2mko6

For additional information and media requests, please contact:

Tyrone Z. McCants – Photographer / Founder & Executive Director

p: 347-342-7265, e:proudpoppasunited@yahoo.com or @tzmccants@zirephotography.com

Proud Poppa Rod

“On a deeply personal level Fatherhood is an opportunity to give my children that which was not given to me. My father did not raise me. His father did not raise him. I am raising my son and daughter. Unexpectedly, fatherhood has become a healing process.” ~Rod, Layla and Brock

 

 

 

 

 

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