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NEW YORK CITY—October 11, 2016—Craft Syndicate by Dutch Masters, which celebrates the worlds of fashion, music, film, art and design, today announced the forthcoming collaboration between legendary designer Jeff Staple, and breakout, design talent Alexander- John. Personifying artistry and hustle, Staple was tapped by Craft Syndicate to search out, select and mentor an aspiring master in a design incubator. READ MORE
I recently had the opportunity to interview the homie Bobby V about his new film that’s coming to a small screen near you this weekend on BET. Bobby V is a veteran in the entertainment industry and he’s dipping his talented feet in the genre of film by starring in his first feature film: “Hollywood Hearts”.
I had the opportunity to support dope celebrity hairstylist Jazmine Jackson’s launch party for her new product Eggcellent Hair. Ladies and Gents if you are about that team natural lifestyle or that relaxed chic life my girl got a product that’s perfect for your hair.
I had the opportunity to capture images of one of the hottest and newest barbershops to grace the ATL powered by the homies Kela and Keisha Taylor Owens owners of the Universal Salon Suites and Marke’ Enterprises as they unveiled, Style Kings’ Men Grooming Lounge. The event was dope powered by the homie Jada Kemp and celebrity hosted by Mushiya Tshikuka & Mama Wyatt.
We had the opportunity to kick it and learn all about Style Kings a movement for the man that cares about his appearance, style, class, and most importantly ambience!
I was blessed to have the opportunity to capture images for the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards green carpet. Some of the biggest and brightest stars all made their way to the ATL for a dope week of Hip Hop Fun.
Heard the phrase “to whom much is given, much is expected!” You may look at yourself and think that you don’t have “much” to give, so people shouldn’t expect much from you. But I’m here to tell you that we ALL have something that we can give. READ MORE
He is survived by 11 children, who came together for a joint tribute. After sharing individually, they spoke as one: “He will always be our king.” In one touching, emotional moment, the older children helped his youngest say goodbye.
Hundreds of friends and fans came out to show love to Atlanta’s own Shawty Lo. It was clear that he was definitely loved and will be missed by many.