‘Somewhere in Between’ on view at Leica Gallery LA reflects on time, space, and moments in between that speak of stories that are hidden in plain view. Thank you to everyone who attended the opening reception and artist talk with Cheriss May and I. It was wonderful viewing art with people again and sharing my process behind curating decades of creative moments. Very grateful for Leica inviting me into their family and being so supportive of my photographic career. The […]
Producer extraordinaire Jesse Collins (whose work includes Oscars 2021, BET Awards, Grammys, & Super Bowl LV Half Time Show with The Weeknd to name a few) on the June-July cover of Produced By Magazine of The Producers Guild)
Looking forward to the premiere of Space Jam: A New Legacy. This project began pre-COVID and wrapped in the midst of the pandemic. There were a lot of moving variables producing two shoots with such a long time span in between… here’s a peek. Behind the scenes building and breaking down the @spacejammovie basketball court set to photograph the key art of @kingjames for the Space Jam sequel.
“One day after Thanksgiving, I was peer-pressured into going out and playing golf. My first tee shot I hit directly into a house.” But he persevered and later in the round, he used a five iron to hit out of a sand trap, “and I hit it pure. That feeling stuck with me and now I’m completely addicted.” -Macklemore
Read about the story behind the gown on Vogue. The Two Million Dollar Diamond – Oscars Night Celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart and I met on a Hollywood Reporter shoot when I was assigned to photograph Julia Roberts and Elizabeth for the cover of the style issue. She reached out to me last week to see if I was interested in photographing Amanda Seyfried in Giorgio Armani on Oscars Night. And with an enthusiastic “YES!”— so began the whirlwind that led us to these […]
Ruth E. Carter is the award winning costume designer of Black Panther and was photographed for V Magazine’s V129 Spring/Summer Issue as one of their HEROES. “There was a system in place that was preventing us from being seen,” she says, reflecting on her career. “And this was my opportunity to say no more. I am opening this door, and I am opening it wide. I’m going to let as many Black creatives in as I can.”- Ruth E. […]