What’s going on people! Today i’m giving you a 2 in 1 post. The first part of this post will be displaying a photoshoot I recently did with my homie Kay, while the second part will be an interview we did together. Make sure you check out both parts, i’m really excited to show this one to you guys. Also thanks for everyone who has been looking at my blog, not even 2 months into this and i’m already pushing near 700 views! Thanks for all the support, when I first created this, I had no idea people would even check it out, so honestly thank you!

So first lets start with the photoshoot. I had created this concept based off of all the emotions I had been bottling inside of me for the past couple of years. I got to this dark place mentally and really wasn’t in a creative mode. I felt stuck, constantly creating these dark fantasies in my mind. Being an artist, we are constantly overthinking, and overthinking, and overthinking some more. I knew I had to create something new in order to close this chapter. Spent days and nights figuring out ways to portray the emotions I felt in an artistic way. I felt as if a photoshoot would be the easiest way to see the emotions I was feeling. I reached out to Kay to shoot this for me because I really liked his tones. I wanted this shoot to be very dark and grimy looking. We connected, I brought to him the concepts and from there we went with the shoot. This isn’t a feel sad post for me, it should be a wake up message to other people out there who feel stuck in this thing called life. You can and you will get through it, don’t be so hard on yourself, just go with the flow. This quote really helped me and I hope it could guide you as well. “It is only in our darkest hours that we may discover the true strength of the brilliant light within ourselves that can never, ever, be dimmed” Doe Zantamata. I hope you really enjoy these photos as much as I do. so here they go 🙂 Thanks Kay, once again, honestly.

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Now you’ve seen some of his work, check out the interview I did with Kay where he explains why he got into photography, the success he has gotten from social media, and all of the hard work he had to put in to get to where he is now! Check it out