A NEW portrait series dedicated to my home, to a city that inspires me always. We explore the power of connection of people, of place, of family, of career. We introduce in the first portrait Nelson T. Sanders Jr.
And like that it has hit the book stores, so humbled to be included among a assembly of amazing photographers who captured this feature that turned into a book during the pandemic. Such a special and refreshing, more over eye opening hit of future fashion and the connection a bigger picture within. #vogueunitedstatesoffashion #2021
VOGUE. FEBRUARY ISSUE. UNITED STATES OF FASHION FEATURE. DETROIT. American Vogue historical February 2021 Issue of Vice President Kamala Harris. Featuring the United States of Fashion sharing the new landscape of American fashion across the United States. Imagery of designer Tracy Reese, Hope For Flowers representing Detroit and the Mid-West in print. As well as other notable natives of Detroit making waves including Genusee, Shinola and many others.
Back on the road in what seems like a dream some days, I feel like the ever evolving world of shoots and production is still constantly shifting as we all find our new footing. With that as my assistants make fun, yes the new thermometer in the camera kit, takes up way to much space! Agree! As I head back to Detroit this time for an editorial I’m beyond excited about, masked up, hand sanitizer in tow up and away. Detroit always amazes me with the heart, the passion that everyone who is creating there has. How incredible the work is that’s being done there. How there is a movement there literally happening that no one is paying attention to that’s going to be amazing and change the landscape of fashion. I feel humbled always with the relationships created, the amazing people I get to collaborate with and meet, those amazing that are really truly making change for good not their pocketbooks. This last trip was no different, even in the midst of a pandemic. Get ready for it, headed out in print for 2021.