Category: The Angle

Paradise Gray: Commentary on Hip-Hop (2011)

I had the pleasure of interviewing Paradise Gray in 2011, a member of the pioneering Hip-Hop group X-Clan. He shared his perspective on a few subjects, like love and other social/political topics. Here’s what he had to say about Hip-Hop.

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Desirée Venn Frederic: Nomad Yard Collectiv (2016)

We had a chance to sit down with Desirée Venn Frederic at her absolutely breathtaking endeavor, Nomad Yard Collectiv. She gives a peek into her life story and inspiration for the iconic store. From Site: “NOMAD YARD IS THE COLLABORATIVE AND CURATORIAL VISION OF DESIREE […]

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Komplex: Heaven in View (2011)

Back in the U Street rebirth era, Komplex was the Brooklyn born, Baltimore raised and DC frequented spoken word artist that always had a buzz around him. He had a mastery of language like few others and a stage presence like a true emcee from […]

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Sinnerman: Performance by Akua & Kris Funn (2011)

I was in full “record everyone that walks into the studio” mode in 2011. I was working on so many creative projects and meeting new and talented people throughout the DMV. It was such an exciting time for sure. I was helping a group of […]

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Outsider Art: Art Enables (2011)

I learned about Art Enables from a video profile I did on the organization for the DC Commission of the Arts and Humanities in 2009. I fell in love with the organization and the artists that work through its studio. I decided in 2011 to […]

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Natasha Alford: Educated Negro (2011)

Natasha stopped by my studio back in 2001 and gave us such powerful material. She is now doing her thing big time in TV journalism.

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Deborah Cotton: In Her Words (5/2012)

She was a force. I only met her a couple of times but every time II was in her company, I could not deny she had the energy of the sun. She was passionate about preserving second-line Culture in New Orleans and was an advocate […]

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Pages Matam: Diary of Wimpy Kid (2011)

Pages stopped by the studio in 2011 and dropped some jews in for of poetry and perspective. This joint was powerful.

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Basic The Bassist: We Don’t Have Time (2017)

This talented musician paid us a visit a few months ago, to share his art. This is a sample of what went down. We added some DC Metro footage to make it all come together.

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LaunchCode – Creating Economic Opportunity for Aspiring Developers (3/2017)

I was in St. Louis, Missouri for several days working on an education project and asked the client to delay my return trip home so that I could work on some stories for my web series. I had Erica do some research to see what […]

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