One of the standout projects I worked on in recent weeks is a freelance assignment completed with Federal Media Solutions. This Washington, D.C. based video production company also provides event coverage and audio-visual services.
This shoot of the Minority Tech Foundation took place in southern Maryland. Below find BTS and a candid from the shoot.
Here are some of my photographs captured from the August 28, 2020 March on Washington, at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
This past Friday marked the 57th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. The March on Washington called for criminal justice reform and racial equality. Amid coronavirus safety protocols, there was a remarkable turnout with well-known speakers addressing the civil rights issues of today.
These times call for unity, strength, resilience and preservation. STAY STRONG!
Here are a few stills from Let Live, the dramedy short, written and directed by Briana M. Andrews. A preliminary edit was screened virtually for the Howard University 1st Year Film MFA cohort. The final cut will include additional sound editing and color correction. We cannot wait to share it! Thank you for your continued support.
Let Live, the dramedy short, written and directed by Briana M. Andrews, owner of BibbyFame Digital, LLC and current Howard University Film MFA candidate has officially wrapped production and entered post.
Enjoy some photos from our last day on set.
We’d like to thank each member of the #LetLive cast and crew for working tirelessly on set these past few days. We would also like to thank all contributors, including catering service and venue for their assistance in helping this production come to life.