It was an impulse. She said it would have to be that way.

I met Niemah at the Malcom X Festival back in May and fell in love with her vibe. A very caring, very bright individual, she was an open personality who embraced the idea of simply meeting new people. The day we met, it was evident that she was poetically spiritual Sista. And when I asked her if we could do a shoot one day she said yes in such an immediate fashion that I was sure it was not going to happen. She assured me that it would but we couldn’t plan it. It would just have to be spontaneous.

I was not in the mindset for that thought process, I must tell you. And I was wrong for that. We caught up with one another. I met her at her at her man’s place. His name is Dawud and he grabbed his camera and we all went for a stroll in the park near his home. It was a beautiful moment, that we were able to get lost in and appreciate. That doesn’t happen much lately and it wouldn’t have happened this day if she hadn’t kept everything spontaneous. Niemah’s impulse allowed me to embrace the time we shared.


EarthSistas in nature; what could be better inspiration? Momentary strolls that were reflective, imaginative, provocative and creative leading to some revealing moments in which beauty both inside and out are exposed. And with this exposure… through this unveiling… there is a serenity. There is a euphoric communion with nature that is liberating. And whether she’s a country girl or urbanista, all of the earthSistas seem to find a moment of peace that, like their beauty, is inside and out.

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  1. gina larie 10 years ago

    wow, these pictures are truly beautiful. I love the one where she stands with the brown dress in the tall blades of grass are in front. That pic should be plastered someone, its amazing.

  2. Sepia 10 years ago

    Lovely, lovely images. She is captivating!

  3. Eclectic Alexandria 10 years ago

    bold and brave woman, she looks so regal in the tall grass topless

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