Ashley Johnson is a multi-talented creative currently living in Winston Salem, North Carolina. However in this interview, we focus on her photography and how its helped her overcome some obstacles with self-image. We also touch on African American societal struggles and how she portrays it in her work, art shows and her resourceful photographic process.
Follow her:Instagram: @hiajWebsite: www.hiaj.co
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Host: Daniel WhitePhoto: Daniel WhiteMusic: Jacob Beeson and Daniel WhiteAudio: Jacob Beeson
Emily Stranahan is an illustrator currently living in Greensboro, North Carolina. She's been dabbling in the arts for as long as she can remember and decided to Study new media and design at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In this episode she tells us about her travels during school, her inspirations and her future plans of being a tattoo artist.
Follow her on Instagram :@raindeery
Dylan Wood is the owner of Local Asshole Company in Greensboro, North Carolina. Starting from only making buttons, he’s now transformed it into a full apparel company. In this interview, he tells us how he got started and the obstacles he has faced along the way.
Host: Daniel WhitePhoto: Daniel WhiteMusic: Jacob Beeson and Daniel WhiteAudio: Jacob BeesonProducer: Jen Hasty
Rachael McKinney is the tour manager for band Rainbow Kitten Surprise. In this episode, we dive into her life leading up to touring full time, time in New York and what it takes to survive on the road.
Justin Nix is a director of photography and portrait photographer currently in Greenville, South Carolina. In this episode, he talks about his love for analog photography, his transition to filming and the creative community in Greenville.