IOBY's Convening In Detroit event, was another remarkable reflection of the incredible talent and undeniable passion that continues to thrive within the 313. Sharing space with so many local Detroiters, who are deeply invested into the history and future of this city, further amplified my hometown pride. Much love to the IOBY team for providing me with the wonderful opportunity to document this inspirational gathering. Also if you're looking for a crowdfunding platform that is deeply invested into community-based development, please check out IOBY.org.
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As a singer, song-writer, dancer and fellow Aquarian, its clear that Logan Mario is an artist of many talents. With his latest single "Love Not Likes", Logan uses his creative platform to amplify the act of pursuing your passion, far beyond the glare of social media attention. Check out this in-depth interview with Logan Mario, as he shares the inspiration behind "Love Not Likes" and his creative growth as an artist. Also make sure to download Logan's latest single "Love Not Likes" and look out for his upcoming album, which is slated to be released later this year,
LOGAN MARIO - Love Not Likes (iTunes)
Film Location - Detroit, MI
Filmed By: Inpaq
Music By: Logan Mario - Love Not Likes
Gear Used - Sony A6300, Zhiyun Crane M, DJI Mavic, Sony 35mm 1.8 Emount Lens
As the nation witnesses the public funeral of Muhammad Ali, let us never forget his everlasting legacy as a proud black man. A black man who stood firm in his Muslim religion, who fought tirelessly towards justice within the black community and would boldly speak out against any form of anti-black rhetoric. This is the Muhammad Ali that we must remember and forever honor
I just recently picked up issue #1 of Ta Nehisi Coates remarkable rendition of this new era of Black Panther and it is beyond brilliant (especially after peeping the awesomeness of Captain America - Civil War). Look out for issue #2 of Black Panther (2016), dropping this Wednesday
The mass media depiction of black fatherhood is commonly showcased within a contrived monolithic tone, often ignoring the multifaceted narratives that exist outside of a Dr. Huxtable archetype. Self-taught photographer and visual storyteller Zun Lee hope to shine a more vivid light on the vast complexities surrounding black fathers and families, with his highly praised projects *Father Figure* and *Fade Resistence*. In this fascinating InFrame docufilm, the inspirational origins of Zun Lee's empowering work are further explored and shared without restriction.