NEW DOCUMENTARY/PHOTO PROJECT: "Beyond Locs"

April 08, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

So at the top of the year I said I wanted to expand my repertoire in terms of being able to utilize different visual mediums. Shortly after I made that post, I was contacted by my friend Quay Anthony about a potential documentary he wanted to put together. After describing it to me at length, he didn’t even have to ask me if I was interested. We spent the next several months hashing out details. Finally, here we are: the first ever video that will be posted on SilasPhotography.net. It most certainly will not be the last.

 

I don’t really want to tell you about the documentary at length because you wouldn’t have a reason to watch it! However, I will say that this project revolves around the theme of change. It also has a full gallery of photos that documents the entire process.

 

I can’t take any credit for the premise, vision, or anything of that nature; this is genuinely Quay’s brainchild. When we initially started talking about this project, I told him that I had never done video editing but I wanted to learn. He still trusted me enough to oversee his documentary. I am very grateful to him for trusting in my abilities enough to let me oversee his vision.

 

To everyone that took part in this, THANK YOU! This experience genuinely meant the world to me. I especially want to thank G. Maame Poku. With minimal instruction, she was able to successfully record this project in its entirety.

 

Watch the documentary, look at the photos, and leave thoughts!

 

If you like what you see, ‘Like’ my Facebook page.

 

Click here visit the gallery.

 

Beyond Locs

 

 

 

 


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