Come celebrate Black History with a pop-up exhibition: “Fresh As ____: Photographic Meditations from the Black Vanguard.” I’ll be presenting some of my Voodoo work for the first time in a gallery setting. The Voodoo series originally began when I visited Benin with Djimon Hounsou in 2006 when I was invited to photograph him on his return to Africa. Little did I know, Voodoo was a part of everyday life in Benin. Ten years later, I was invited back to Benin […]
Never thought I would have the chance to photograph a floating horse and be presented with the challenge of how to make this comp come alive, from a surreal illustration into a realistic and visually stunning still image. The thriller genre is uniquely suited for darker and creative light exploration, an element I love to play with. ☁️Thank you to the inclusive teams at Universal Pictures, LA Associates, and Monkeypaw Productions for collaborating with me on #NOPEmovie, director @JordanPeele’s newest release. Stay tuned for the character […]
Congratulations to Tabitha for her #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER book, Feeding the Soul (Because It’s My Business): Finding Our Way to Joy, Love, and Freedom. An incredible accomplishment, especially for one’s first book that shares such a personal story. Our first time working together was with Southern Living Magazine last summer, where Tabitha shared her story of going vegan and some home cooking tips. Looking forward to seeing what other wisdom she has to share.
In December, Milk hosted PHOTO21’s photography event and live auction to benefit STORIES: The AIDS Monument & Project Angel Food. it was a pleasant surprise to be awarded the Photo21 Photographer of the Year Award and recognized by such industry heavyweights. I was not expecting this honor, and it served as a really special way to wrap up 2021. As I looked at the beautiful prints by legends like Herb Ritts and Robert Mapplethorpe, it really felt like all […]