Thursdays 4 Love (Saint Lazarus Bar)

It’s been a rough ride but I ended 2017 on a good note hanging out at one of fishtown’s hot spots Saint Lazarus Bar with DJ Matthew Law spinning at Thursdays 4 Love.

Check out all the love below

 

 

Shoot with Chip & Tiffany (Video)

 

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Tiffany Moniq’ (Travis Southard 2017)

Check out the BTS  video of my shoot with Chris “Chip” as us crazy kids hit up Old City Philadelphia on one of the coldest days ever to snap a few flicks.

Click video below!

 

Shoot with Chip & Tiffany by Travis Southard

Why People Support Celebs More Than Their Own

“Ima Support Mine ‘Cause You Mine” – Tank Smith

The Underground Realroad UGRR Episode 2: Why People Support Celebs More Than Their Own

“Ima Support Mine ‘Cause You Mine”

Last week! I visited  IIrdFloorCountry Studios to sit in on the panel of The Underground Realroad’s episode 2 “Why People Support Celebs More Than Their Own”. I’m sure all of us who are aspiring to be independent unsigned artists,  musicians,  actors, or even creative entrepreneurs wonder the same and ask ourselves the same question. Why is that when it comes to celebrities we show more love and make them our WCW and MCM’s but the homegirl around the way who we watched grind her way to stardom trying to make it won’t get the same love like Queen Bey why? Is it that the ones closest to us don’t believe that we can reach for the stars or is it that unseen silent hate?

Watch  to find out!

Part 1

Part 2

Follow the UGRR Crew

DJ

Kev Jones

Tank Smith

And your host…

Taji Aqib

Sositomaske

Lindo Yes!
Lindo Yes!

It’s been a minute since I’ve taken some pretty cool pictures and so this past Sunday I shared a sneak peek of my photo shoot from a few weeks ago and the people loved it. They loved it so it got me a feature on sositomaske.com. Sositomaske is curated by Philly artist Lindo Yes! who promotes black excellence through his lyrics, art and spoken word.

Photography by: FlashwerkzPhotography

Model: Tiffany Moniq

“Shesus” (Lindo Yes!)

SheSus! A provocative and emotionally charged song that articulates the contribution and admiration for female activists. – Lindo Yes!