Hey guys it feels like forever, but the video is finally done. Im very excited to present to you DISCOVERING NATURAL !!!! With the growing number of Black Girls growing, wearing and experiencing their natural tresses; here’s a short video about what it means to have natural hair. […]
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Hey guys i hope your all well and enjoying the bipolar weather. Last week i saw the documentary “IRIS”, and was encouraged by this “geriatric starlets” views on the importance of fashion and art. The director, Albert Maysles – who revolutionised documentary filmmaking with “Grey Gardens” (1975), offers […]
Hey guys, hope your all is well!!! I am working on a new mini documentary, where i address women discovering and exploring their natural hair. Thank you so much to those who’ve participated already. And if you wish to participate, send me a message. The video is set […]
Do You really like the shit you like or do you like the way they gave it to you?
Hey guys i hope your all well? I recently worked on a video project in conjunction with YPTC (RAaw Film) and Filmdock Productions . I really wanted to explore the initial aspects of social and cultural drinking within young adults. I remember when i first started abusing my livers […]
Hey guys i hope your all well and enjoying the Easter holidays!!!! This week i was inspired by Janelle Monae’s interview on the Breakfast Club. If any of you have watched a Breakfast Club interview before, their questions can be quite personal and revealing, but i was in […]
Ok so i bought Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp A Butterfly” last night and i really enjoyed it. I felt like i was witnessing some kind of Salvadore Dali representation of Compton, California. The cathartic album is a reflection of the psychotic Hip Hop lifestyle that many people aspire […]
Hey Guys hope your all well, so i went to see the exhibition Staying Power at The Victoria and Albert museum. The exhibition, as described on the V&A, presents Photographs of Black British Experience 1950s- 1990s. A project to increase the number of black british photographers and images […]