Archive for: Photography
At the end of 2009, one of the illest, most artistic websites I’ve ever seen was launched. Manned by directors Coodie and Chike, as well as former CEO of Roc-a-Fella Records, Dame Dash, Creative Control brings something brand new to the table.
Read more of: The Art Will Be Televised: Creative Control TV »
So I was recently on one of my Barnes & Noble expeditions the other day, which usually consist of me perusing through magazines and photography books for hours. This time around, I just went straight to the magazine section because I was seeking inspiration for a school project and didn’t have much time to find it.
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I can always appreciate a great concept. But what I appreciate even more is a great concept conveyed via art. Patrick Runte does just that. Check out his work here. So this is the competition huh? Time to step my game up!!
Read more of: Random Homage: Photographer Patrick Runte »
I never hesitate to give props to fellow Rochester Institute of Technology(RIT) Alumni, especially when they burst into their respective industry and shine. Photographer Chad Griffith couldn’t be a better example of this. This former photography major has an array of big names in his portfolio and I’m sure the list will continue to grow. Working out of NYC with major album and magazine covers to his credit, Chad’s come a long way from his days in snowy Rochester; and will surely continue to rise.
Peep his portfolio at http://www.chadgriffith.com
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I’m not sure if you all were aware, but it is the first annual Photo Week in D.C. Some of you are probably like “Huh???” So I’ll give you the scoop on Photo Week although my knowledge of this occurrence is pretty limited itself. But from my understanding, Photo Week in D.C. is pretty much a mecca of all things photography throughout the entire district. They are special exhibits all around the city and even in Virginia and Maryland. The majority of them are free to enter and open to the public. Ya’ll know I absolutely love photography so I’m gonna have to utilize my only day off today (Wednesday) to check out some of the great things this event has to offer. This will be a great way to just meet professional and amateur photographers and just artists in general so I’ve gotta go rub elbows with some of the cats who are soon to be my competition. I’m a little late because it officially kicked off on November 15th but you haven’t missed anything because it goes all the way through November 22. So if you happen to be in D.C. this week make sure to check it out. It has drawn in great sponsors like Canon, the Washington Post, and the Smithsonian Museums so you know it’s serious business. The bulk of the exhibitions are being held at what is being called “FotoWeek Central” which is located in Georgetown at 3338 M St. NW. For the rest of the locations and other info about the first annual D.C. Photo Week check out the official website and if that’s too boring check out their blog. I’ll keep you updated on my adventures because it’s sure to be an M&N worthy experience. Peace n Photos.
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Narada (pronounced “Norda”) Wesonga is a young, up and coming male model. This kid has everything going for him right now. He is at the beginning of his freshman year at the illustrious Howard University, he just got signed to Ford Modeling Agency, and now Narada is being featured on our website!!! This young man from Chicago, Illinois is going places and will surely pop up on our website ,and more than likely everywhere else, in the near future. Narada recently linked up with me for a photoshoot so I had to post some of the best pics on the site just for you viewers to get a feel for my talent and his. Holla!
Read more of: Narada Wesonga – Ford Model »