"In my case, my bosses know that I was born and reared in Baltimore, and so they assigned this to me," Blackwell said in a Sun interview this week. "And what I wanted to do was two things: Show them the backdrop of the unrest, which included all those abandoned homes along North Avenue, and then explore that moment in which Freddie Gray reportedly locked eyes with an officer and ran. I wanted to offer some context to the people asking the question, 'If you've done nothing wrong, why run? And why confront? Why protest?"