Antoinette Brock

Antoinette is a documentary photographer and videographer whose unwavering journey to uncovering the best parts of society always lead her to the 'crust,' a metaphor she uses to describe the marginalized people of society, as those who get pushed to the side, forgotten about or thrown away, when their culture is the best part.  Her on going documentary series The Name Project was exhibited May 2016 in the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center's Crosslines: A Culture Lab on Intersectionality.  Don.t Throw Away the Crust is a brand dedicated to documenting the compelling stories of the marginalized peoples of the world though editorial, documentary photography and video.