Shout Out Sunday. Interview With Director Ashley Moultrie.

Ashley Moultrie is a director at Brother Films.  She is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.  She likes writing, videography and has been in the entertainment industry for almost four years now. What made you pursue film making? I became interested in film about three years ago.  My fiancé was into films,…

Shout Out Sunday. Interview With Photographer Michael Martin

When did you realize you wanted to become a photographer and was there any photographer who work influenced you the most? At the age of nine after my mothers death, this is all I have ever known. What are the biggest challenges you face on a daily basis being a photographer? Getting paid for your…

Working Woman Wednesday. Interview With Fashion Junkiee Owner.

When did you first realize you wanted to pursue a career as a designer? Well, Fashionn Junkiee is a mother/daughter design team.  However my mom was sewing before me and she wanted me to sew so bad.  I kept saying nah (no lol), until I went to a fashion show! It inspired me to learn…

Working Woman Wednesday. Hollywood’s Next Big Thing Christina Cooper.

Christina Cooper is an actress, director, producer, and author.  She is now the executive producer of Christina Cooper Productions (otherwise known as Christina Cooper Films). You might recognize Christina Cooper from her self produced film “Loyalty” which will be turned into a full feature film entitled “South Central Love”.  She also plays Miko on the…

Shout Out Sunday. Interview With Kiaun Customs.

How did you get your idea or concept for Kiaun Customs? I started Kiaun Customs after being disappointed with the results of a custom sneaker that I purchase.  After seeing the unpleasing results this inspired me to venture out and do my own customs sneakers.  That’s how Kiaun’s customs began. What do you feel separates…

Living With Breast Cancer with Keishawn Knight

At the age of 31, two days after losing my dad to colon cancer, I was diagnosed with stage 2 and stage 3 Breast cancer.  September 6, 2017 not instantly changed my life, I immediately knew I had to TRUST GOD.  After watching my mom and sister (both deceased from ovarian cancer) go through chemotherapy…