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pgp304: Nate Tyler…”a woman’s true self…”

pgp304: Nate Tyler…”a woman’s true self…”

“I love the things that make our sisters who they are and I do my best to capture that with my lens. Shooting with me isn’t so much about posing as it is about capturing a moment in time of a woman’s true self. I call it the transition point. That spot when a woman goes from angel to sinner, from happy to sad, from afraid to brave.” an excerpt from Nate Tyler’s Artist...

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an Afro Punk adventure…

an Afro Punk adventure…

Described by the New York Times as putting “rock and rebellion squarely in the category of African-American music,” the Afro-punk Festival has become a Brooklyn intuition, the focal point for the burgeoning Afro-punk movement. Over the past seven years, the festival has presented new artists before they hit it big, such as Grammy-nominated Santigold, The Noisettes and Janelle Monae. Afro-punk main...

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Nubién…an Urbanista at the Farm

Nubién…an Urbanista at the Farm

Lively and focused, earthSista Nubién strolled thru Atlanta’s Goat Farm coy and confident. The beautiful spoken word artist was her usual happy-go-lucky self, her spirit was gleeful and positive. She had been to the Goat Farm once before; her “seven-minute” test shoot proved to be far too inspiring to be confined to such a random limitation and she was too captivated and purposef...

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