It’s been awhiiiiiile! Let’s try this again, shall we?
A couple of weeks ago the world lost a prolific, inspirational, and dynamic female writer, Maya Angelou. Also over the last couple of weeks, a great comedic writer has been back on the news due to an unprecedented 2 week sold-out run at Rockefeller Center, Dave Chappelle. Here is a snippet of a conversation between what would seem to be 2 polar opposites, yet it’s such a beautiful, eye-opening conversation. Check it out!
RIP phenomenal Maya Angelou. Glad to see you back Dave Chappelle.
I’m always looking for people, things, videos…anything, that inspires me. Inspiration creatively, visually, mentally, spiritually, just something that moves me. I’ve been fortunate to not only meet, but sometimes shoot many who move me in some way. Because of this, I’m starting a new interview series where we get a chance to speak with some of these people who have moved me in some way and see what they have going on.
For the 1st interview post, I spoke with female music duo, GossYp. I’ve had the pleasure of shooting these beautiful sisters, Adina and Amina, a few time this year. Not only are these Brooklyn born, Long Island-bred girls, chill, down to earth, and nice, they are Continue reading
Check out part of my conversation with actor, Michael Ealy, that I did for VladTV. He talks about his upcoming movie Think Like a Man, and gives a little bit of relationship advise.
During Spring/Summer 2012 Mercedes-Benz Fashion week, I went to many shows, one of my favorite was Honor; remember some of my pictures I posted (click here)?
In addition to going to the show, I also got a chance to speak to Honor designer, Giovanna Randall as well as actress Tracee Ellis-Ross. Take a peek at some of my conversation, as well as the collection in motion!
Along with photography, I’ve been dabbling with shooting and editing videos. I decided to sit down with comedian Mike Brown, who you may remember I shot earlier this year, to learn more about him, and of course sharpen my video and editing skills. I learned a lot about editing doing this project, like you need a lot of footage to really get usable content, you need to think about different angles and perspectives, and I need I’m more patient than I realized (editing is f***ing tedious).
So enjoy my 1st attempt at video editing, more to come when a big project I’m working on comes together….stay tuned.