J Ro, Hip &Hop

Work with talented artist from Santa Barbara, Ca Along with class-mate and cinematographer Derek Johnson.

The video came about when J Ro, wanted to put himself out and get notice in the Hip Hop family in Santa Barbara, Ca. So we got connected and build this video of him.

 

A Brooks Institute Documentary called "From Within"

 

Create with conviction.

Create with courage.
Create from within this heart space.

The artist’s path winds through the soul, a landscape ever-changing
and transforming through day-to-day interactions.

This moment, the present, is the moment. As a photographer that’s all
there is, now. Make the picture or don’t make the picture. There is not
much to discuss if you want to be a photographer. Make the picture.

This group of photographers made the picture. They found
themselves living their dreams and acting upon them. They took
chances, made connections and lived life through the lens for seven
weeks. These pictures are full of the lives they lived.

With these 10 students, Marina, Andrew, Caity, Demetrius, Emily,
Isabela, John, Melissa, Missy, Simara… we embraced our time in
Vietnam and the people we met. We listened with open hearts, we
laughed like we never laughed before.

From Within… this is the heart’s journey through Vietnam.

http://documentary.brooks.edu/vietnam/ 

J Ro, Hip &Hop
A Brooks Institute Documentary called "From Within"
J Ro, Hip &Hop

Work with talented artist from Santa Barbara, Ca Along with class-mate and cinematographer Derek Johnson.

The video came about when J Ro, wanted to put himself out and get notice in the Hip Hop family in Santa Barbara, Ca. So we got connected and build this video of him.

 

A Brooks Institute Documentary called "From Within"

 

Create with conviction.

Create with courage.
Create from within this heart space.

The artist’s path winds through the soul, a landscape ever-changing
and transforming through day-to-day interactions.

This moment, the present, is the moment. As a photographer that’s all
there is, now. Make the picture or don’t make the picture. There is not
much to discuss if you want to be a photographer. Make the picture.

This group of photographers made the picture. They found
themselves living their dreams and acting upon them. They took
chances, made connections and lived life through the lens for seven
weeks. These pictures are full of the lives they lived.

With these 10 students, Marina, Andrew, Caity, Demetrius, Emily,
Isabela, John, Melissa, Missy, Simara… we embraced our time in
Vietnam and the people we met. We listened with open hearts, we
laughed like we never laughed before.

From Within… this is the heart’s journey through Vietnam.

http://documentary.brooks.edu/vietnam/ 

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