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Jai Street's first cover artist photographer Cameron Clarke recounts old skate magazines as initial inspiration, the transition from street to portrait photography, black and white vs color, and photography as a replacement for his once outlet, football.
A fine artist from Queens, New York, Dean formed his deep intimate, poetic, and cinematic style through snapshot, candid moments and impromptu portraiture. Seen in this introspective, his works explores brotherhood, masculinity and the overall human condition.
Designer and founder of Oreé NYC, Ray Miah shares his film photography editorial work for Boy Blondey's latest campaign "Shanty Town", featuring model @kevshomme of V Management.
Brooklyn-born photographer Meighan Cordero's work started with her desire to document her closest friends and Puerto Rican culture, shown in this introspective. Her love of different cultures and documenting people in their truest form keeps her going.
Skater, artist, activist and East Village native Adam Zhu describes what skateboarding means for him, the role Tompkins Square Park has played in the surrounding neighborhood, and describes Tompkins as a community.
Bronx-based creative consultant and Palisadoes System founder Noel Bronson details Jamaica's current sphere of influence in the creative industry, titled "Jamaica: Pop Culture's Never-Ending Reference Library."
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