I absolutely, positively guarantee you will be thrilled, not just satisfied, but thrilled with your new images. Or I will do what ever it takes to make sure you are thrilled, or I will give you your money back with no hard feelings and no hassle. ~Tyrone Z. McCants
Brooklyn Events, Portraits and Commercial Photographer, Tyrone Z. McCants of Zire Photography & Graphics specializes in offering broad photographic capabilities and creative passion to his work. His photographic techniques and approach has allowed him to work with a wide array of clientele, ranging from emerging artists, independent corporate professionals, magazines, agencies to organizations. With our wide range of photographic services and products, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for.
A self-proclaimed visual artist with a camera, Tyrone Z. McCants, uses photography to share his vision of the world. McCants began his career in 2004, specializes in commercial & editorial, fashion, events, music, sports, photojournalism and portraiture photography. McCants' broad capabilities and diverse styles have allowed him to work with a wide array of clientele, ranging from private individuals to organizations. Fully walking his path of genuine self-expression, and taking steps to expand his art and craft. McCants is now studying film.
When not behind the camera, McCants works in the field of youth development, servicing as a youth counsoler and mentor. McCants' also manages Proud Poppas United, an organization he founded to promote and celebrate active fathers. Read More...
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New York's Wayne Barrett put up the fight of his career thus far at Saturday’s GLORY 12, with an impressive upset decision victory over heavily favored Joe Schilling. Fight Parrot’s Yao Nkromah caught up with Wayne Barrett at the Madison Square Garden in a post-fight interview for GLORY 12.
"Biggest night of my life, I can only give the glory to God. My fourth professional fight, at Madison Square Garden, in the main event, and nobody believed in me except for myself and my team and my family. It feels like destiny. READ MORE
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Graf writing: This was how I introduced her to the visual arts. Her mother is much better versed than I am, so she took my introduction and amplified it to museum attendance and artistic production. It was a trip to see aimless scribbles turn into things that I could actually identify.
Deejaying: Music has power, I tell her. It can amp you up before dealing with a challenge, or it can be a friend to you when you’re feeing sad. It can move crowds to ecstasy, or it can signal war. It can be a biography of your life. I gave her a copy of her birth playlist (the list of songs I wanted my daughter to be born to, the first music I wanted her to hear). We’ve had long conversations about why I chose the songs I did... READ MORE HERE
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