Strolling through Peckham on Day 5 of an epic project with @appearherehq - we’ve met an awesome array of people, from tattoo artists to denim makers and streetwear designers (and 17 extras!) 👨👨👧👦🎥👌🏼. Marcus is now locked away until Christmas in his editing den... 🖥😳
📸 by our photographer for the week and all-round legend @andyhphoto 🙌
If you are looking for the best view of Half Dome look no further than the view from Sentinel Bridge. The snow and low temperatures drove the tourists away and left us with an empty park.
In a world that often promotes the erasure of black women, I strive to create environments where we are uplifted, supported, and SEEN. Whether it’s my entrepreneurism with @itsmodelcitizen to promote diverse body types, working with @hellobeautiful and @madamenoire for the betterment of black women, my board position at the @metmuseum live arts...I’m committed to creating safe spaces, opportunities and more for women. A lot of people strive to impact by being in front of the camera but real influence often happens behind the scenes. Whether it’s Directors like @amilcarkg concepting a commercial for how black women REALLY do our hair, marketing and branding execs pushing companies to do more, hairstylists like @raisingkaned who specialize in natural hair or makeup artists like @tinaecheverrimakeup who can slay your face no matter your shade. Suave has spent four years, researching and working with approximately 5,000 women of color to create an affordable hair care line for US. They then decided to shoot a hair commercial using ONLY black women and showed how the product can hold up against all elements (we shot on the beach, y’all!), particularly on kinky curly hair. I’m unapologetically open when brands miss the mark, don’t cater to an array of women, and make dumb mistakes because they don’t have black women in the room (I’m talking to you #PRADA and ya monkey face mess). @SuaveBeauty gave me a seat at the table to give input, expertise, show you bts, and more. I was honest with the brand about colorism, affordability, access and more. Soon come black women will be able to see themselves in a national commercial, produced by a major brand. You’ll be able to shop an affordable haircare line that integrates well with existing products. Glad I could be a part of this and help shift culture. #SuaveBeliever
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Track - Range Rover
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Fully rigged out DJI RONIN S with the Nikon Z6 camera
For more details about this setup check out @theguntographer's post
Back in 2010, I moved to the Philippines. It was only supposed to be a visit but it turned into a year long adventure when I took a risk and walked into a film studio requesting I be part of their Production Internship program.
One of my courses during that internship had me filming at the Mandaue Landfill. I felt so strongly for the families that lived and worked there that I returned. This picture I took during my third visit.
While we in the Western world never see our trash, back home it's something hundreds live and work in.
Our landfills in Ottawa are not much different other than the fact that they are hidden from us and no one lives in them.