• Luis Peralta Del Valle – The Artist

    Award winning artist, Luis Peralta Del Valle was born in Nicaragua in 1980 and migrated to the U.S. in 1985. At the age of 13 he started painting graffiti murals in the District, Maryland and Virginia. A few years later at Bell Multicultural High School he began his formal artistic education, continuing his studies at the Corcoran College of Art and Design. http://www.luisperaltagallery.com

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  • Spaces – Cecily feat. Nighttime Exploration of Penn Quarter

    Cecily paid us a visit at our office in Penn Quarter. We in turn explored Penn Quarter with our cameras, Angle style. Cecily is a young vocalist and songwriter whose sweet soprano and honest lyrics have garnered attention and loyal fans not only in her native Washington DC, but also up and down the East Coast. Unmoved by passing trends, Cecily’s sound is rooted in a deep appreciation for mid-century soul and jazz, 90’s R&B, and re-imagined folk music. She […]

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  • Spaces – VeVe & Tha Rebels feat. Baltimore from Up High

    Using art to embody the feelings of a movement have long been practiced. VeVe & The Rebels use their piece to speak about the current tension felt by America surrounding the deaths of blacks by police. Coupled with images of Baltimore, a city that is in a growing list of hubs centered in this ‘movement’, VeVe & Tha Rebels help bring life to feelings felt by many. ve ve and the rebels

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  • Profile: Wax Candle Company by Jennifer Bryant

    Wax Candle Co. is a Washington, DC based boutique candle company that pairs all-natural soy candles with DJ curated mixtapes to create a unique aromatherapy listening experience. Wax is the brainchild of Jennifer Bryant, a proud 2007 graduate of Howard University. The idea for Wax grew out of Jennifer’s own afterwork ritual of coming home after a long day, lighting candles and listening to records. Music and candles instantly melted away the stresses of the day and helped to create […]

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  • Spaces: Malcolm X / Meridian Hill Park feat. the Cornel West theory

    Meridian Hill Park is a structured urban park located in the Washington, D.C neighborhood of Columbia Heights; it also abuts the nearby neighborhood of Adams Morgan. The park was designed and built between 1912 and 1940. This 12 acre (49,000 m²) formally landscaped site is maintained by the National Park Service as a part of Rock Creek Park, but is not contiguous with that much larger nearby park. Meridian Hill Park is bordered by 15th, 16th, W, and Euclid Streets […]

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  • USIP: A Visual Study

    Spent a few hours filming the United States Institute of Peace Building a few years back. These are a few select clips from that gig. The music is a song by Mychael Pollard, “Donna”.

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  • Luis Peralta Del Valle – The Artist

    Luis Peralta Del Valle – The Artist

    Award winning artist, Luis Peralta Del Valle was born in Nicaragua in 1980 and migrated to the U.S. in 1985. At the age of 13 he started painting graffiti murals in the District, Maryland and Virginia. A few years later at Bell Multicultural High School he began his formal artistic education, continuing his studies at the Corcoran College of Art and Design. http://www.luisperaltagallery.com

    Continue reading »

  • Spaces – Cecily feat. Nighttime Exploration of Penn Quarter

    Spaces – Cecily feat. Nighttime Exploration of Penn Quarter

    Cecily paid us a visit at our office in Penn Quarter. We in turn explored Penn Quarter with our cameras, Angle style. Cecily is a young vocalist and songwriter whose sweet soprano and honest lyrics have garnered attention and loyal fans not only in her native Washington DC, but also up and down the East Coast. Unmoved by passing trends, Cecily’s sound is rooted in a deep appreciation for mid-century soul and jazz, 90’s R&B, and re-imagined folk music. She […]

    Continue reading »

  • Spaces – VeVe & Tha Rebels feat. Baltimore from Up High

    Spaces – VeVe & Tha Rebels feat. Baltimore from Up High

    Using art to embody the feelings of a movement have long been practiced. VeVe & The Rebels use their piece to speak about the current tension felt by America surrounding the deaths of blacks by police. Coupled with images of Baltimore, a city that is in a growing list of hubs centered in this ‘movement’, VeVe & Tha Rebels help bring life to feelings felt by many. ve ve and the rebels

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  • A Changing U Street – Perspective from Don Wilson

    A Changing U Street – Perspective from Don Wilson

    We spent an hour with Don Wilson by the African-American Civil War Memorial to talk art, politics and all things DC. Her’s a few words about his beloved U Street.

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  • Profile: Wax Candle Company by Jennifer Bryant

    Profile: Wax Candle Company by Jennifer Bryant

    Wax Candle Co. is a Washington, DC based boutique candle company that pairs all-natural soy candles with DJ curated mixtapes to create a unique aromatherapy listening experience. Wax is the brainchild of Jennifer Bryant, a proud 2007 graduate of Howard University. The idea for Wax grew out of Jennifer’s own afterwork ritual of coming home after a long day, lighting candles and listening to records. Music and candles instantly melted away the stresses of the day and helped to create […]

    Continue reading »

  • Spaces: Malcolm X / Meridian Hill Park feat. the Cornel West theory

    Spaces: Malcolm X / Meridian Hill Park feat. the Cornel West theory

    Meridian Hill Park is a structured urban park located in the Washington, D.C neighborhood of Columbia Heights; it also abuts the nearby neighborhood of Adams Morgan. The park was designed and built between 1912 and 1940. This 12 acre (49,000 m²) formally landscaped site is maintained by the National Park Service as a part of Rock Creek Park, but is not contiguous with that much larger nearby park. Meridian Hill Park is bordered by 15th, 16th, W, and Euclid Streets […]

    Continue reading »

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  • USIP: A Visual Study

    USIP: A Visual Study

    Spent a few hours filming the United States Institute of Peace Building a few years back. These are a few select clips from that gig. The music is a song by Mychael Pollard, “Donna”.

    Continue reading »

  • Howard University: A Visual Study

    Howard University: A Visual Study

    We spent a few days documenting Howard University campus life for a project. Here’s a string of some of our favorite moments.

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  • Sariane Leigh – Anacostia Yogi

    Sariane Leigh – Anacostia Yogi

    Sariane Leigh is a wellness instructor and health advocate based in Anacostia, Washington D.C. Learn more : http://anacostiayogi.com

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  • DeShuna Spencer – Combining Social Activism with Journalism

    DeShuna Spencer – Combining Social Activism with Journalism

    DeShuna Spencer is Founder/Publisher of emPower magazine. Spencer is also the producer and radio host of emPower Hour on DC’s 89.3 FM WPFW, where she discusses social justice and human rights issues. A Memphis native, Spencer graduated from Jackson State University where she studied communications and journalism. She has written for The Clarion-Ledger, The Oakland Tribune, the Crisis Magazine, AOL and the Washington Examiner. A former AmeriCorps*VISTA, Spencer was recently named 40under40 by The Envest Foundation and received a “Who’s […]

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