Activist, Alchemist, Artist, Author, I.T. Engineer, Photographer, Publisher
Michael C. LeMay
Having grown up in the great city of Chicago, LeMay spent a lot of time as a teenager on Michigan Avenue; the Magnificent Mile. The energy that LeMay drew from the environment as a young man, was very beneficial to him. LeMay spent many days at the Art Institute of Chicago and also freelancing as a fashion illustrator. His work was greatly influenced by the great Stan Lee, (REX), Craig Perry and (WAK), Kevin Williams.
LeMay’s mother introduced him to fine arts by bringing various art centered literature into their home. Which introduced him to authors and artists like Raphael, Michelangelo, and Da Vinci, Gordon Parks, James Baldwin, Langston Hughes and Dubois. While serving in the United States Navy, LeMay was able to explore the world of photography as a naval photographer. Upon completing his enlistment and being honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy, LeMay began to focus on flourishing in the arts, while studying and working as a freelance wedding photographer.
LeMay has further developed and cultivated his mind and consecrated his spirit through the study of psychology, writing and independent publishing. As a result, LeMay has developed a multi-media conglomerate that is focused on disseminating provocative and thought provoking content on the subject of, Avoiding Divorce. For Black Men. In the forms of print, electronic and auditory media.
LeMay hopes to be used a vessel to help to restore families and to prevent them from suffering the trauma of divorce. LeMay hopes to render quality content that is substantive and transforming. And that also offers a measure of healing and advice to those who may find themselves in precarious and challenging situations in life. Such as but not limited to divorce, the loss of income, incarceration, illness, the loss of a loved one, etc.