Student photographer uses her film background to showcase dynamic Black experiences. If you see the magic that narrative photographer Makayla Camille can capture with her lens, you might forget that she’s a student. Yet, her photography begs us to shed light on the overlooked voices of art students. With Black subjects typically at the forefront of her narrative photo series, Makayla Camille shows the Black … Continue reading Makayla Camille: Portrait, Editorial, and Narrative photographer
Interview by Kindred Kindred: What makes you come alive? Jade Green: I love a good storyteller. I love hearing and talking about liberation. And food. Food makes me come alive. Lately, I’ve been into comfort foods – sweet potatoes, shrimp fried rice, spicy food. Q: Where are you from? Green: I spent most of my childhood in a small town called Lawson, MO. It’s forty … Continue reading Before the Storm Series Presents: Jade Green
A natural born creative hailing from Ferguson, Missouri with a heart of talent and an inquisitive mind. Nicholas Ferguson, pen named Kindred, brings an electric element to humanity’s collective school of thought. Working as a professional musician for many years, he’s worked behind the scenes with several Kansas City artists, both seasoned and up-and-coming alike, fulfilling his ambitions to be and see diversity in the … Continue reading “Before the Storm Series”, Nicholas Ferguson Strikes Up Interviews with Kansas City Musicians.