In this podcast interview i sit down with Tanmit, Founder of Roots Gear Clothing. They are the biggest South Asian inspired clothing line and platform for other similar brands. Besides that Tanmit is a good friend who has believed in me as a photographer since i began. We chat about how his recent battles with mental health and his recent divorce. Enjoy.
In this podcast i sit down with Washington D.C. based visual artist Jamilla Okubo. She has been rising so fast in the D.C. art world so It was only right i had her on the show to discuss all her awesome collaborations and he recent Gallery Opening Exhibition.
In this podcast interview i chat with the man behind the next biggest fast casual indian restaurant company. His name is Sahil and he is co founder of RASA located in Washington D.C. The story of Sahil quitting his dream job to pursue the "Family business" but in his new, modern way. Its not so simple and full of plenty of knowledge bombs. I finished the Interview feeling like it was one of the best conversations i have had with a guest in a while.
In this episode i sit down with photographer Chynna. She is a prominent concert photographer who is requested by artist and flown all over America to take photos of some of the biggest music festivals.
In this podcast episode i sit down with Tamon. Tamon Co founded a creative marketing agency based in Washington D.C. and is working with clients such as Google, Nike, and H&M. How he arrived there is so interesting and the lessons i learned in this episode were so eye opening. Hope you enjoy!!
In this episode i sit down with Justin aka DC Food Porn. As a Senior in College Justin managed to grow his humble food blog on instagram into the biggest food blog in Washington D.C. Now he gets paid more than you dad to eat all of the best restaurant for FREE.
In this episode i sit down with Chef Roro. He is a super passionate chef, mental health advocate, and entrepreneur in Washington D.C's flourishing food scene. So glad to have had him on the show and to finally dive into the food scene in Washington D.C.
In this episode i sit down with Unkle Scooty. The man behind DC's biggest events and talent. Great conversation with someone who is born and raised in Washington D.C. and constantly trying to put on for the city.
In this interview i sit down with Lou. We chat about how she got into fashion design and how her custom jackets have been slowly taking over Washington D.C. She is super talented and you're definetly going to see more from her in the future.
In this episode of That's the Angle i sit down with Davin Gentry. Davin is the designer behind premium.co and Diet Starts Monday. His story seems so natural but his influence is so wide. Such a great convo and really insightful info for aspiring Designers.
(pt1) In this podcast i sit down with Visual Artist Pierre aka District Dodger and chat about what it means to be an artist, finding art in everything, how your location does not define you, and SO much more. Great interview.
In this podcast i sit down with Visual Artist Pierre aka District Dodger and chat about what it means to be an artist, finding art in everything, how your location does not define you, and SO much more. Great interview.
In this episode i sit down with Portrait and Lifestyle Photographer Kate Warren. We chat about how she uses her photography to tell stories amongst many other heated topics like feminism, white male privilege, and that time she took photos of Witches in Salem...
In this interview i sit down with Vo, the owner of Simple to Society, one of Washington DC's fastest growing clothing brands.
He literally figured this whole clothing game out before dropshipping, before DTG printing, All done by hand too.
In this interview i sit down with Joy Kingsley. She is founder and owner or Kingsley Model and Talent Management. We chat about their success, modeling industry, and even a look inside what shapes her reality. Crucial Info inside.
In this epic interview i sit down with Chris Pyrate and chat about his journey as a professional artist. He casually turns down brand deals most artist would give their left leg for. Listen to find out how he got to this point and so much more.
Listen to Part 2 after this one. It only gets better.
Washington D.C. based photographer Dayo aka @TheArtHype is one of D.C's top photographers. His approach to success is so unique but something we could all learn from.
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They say you cant score unless you shoot. But is it possible to shoot too much and not think about your shot? SO i did a social experiment and said yes to everyone who replied to my Instagram Story. (Video on youtube!)
In this Interview i sit down with globe traveling Wedding Photographer Kirth Bob. He is wise beyond his years and draws inspiration from the most interesting of places...like war photography!?
Kirth's IG https://www.instagram.com/kirthb/
Kirth's Street Photography https://www.instagram.com/kirthb_street/
My Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thebruceallen/
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In this Interview i sit down with Carl Maynard, the founder of Walk with Locals. Listen as he tell us why he started this community, drops knowledge bombs, and we chat about our love of post hardcore music.
In this Episode of Thats the Angle I sit down with Photographer Kobe Boateng. We talk about how he has developed his super unique photography style and his plans for the future. So young yet to talented. Enjoy!
In this episode of Thats the Angle i sit down with Shell or as you may know her @acourageousbeauty on Instagram. Not only do we talk about her life as an extremely successful blogger in Washington D.C.
We also talk about her up bringing and how being adopted fuels her life now. Enjoy.
In this episode of Thats the Angle i sit down with YoReef! He is a Vintage stylist and boutique owner who has worked with ASAP Ferg and Maxo Kream. The craziest part is he is just getting started. Enjoy!
In this episode of Thats the Angle i sit down with friend, and extremely talented videographer Erin Yasmeen. We chat about some hard hitting topics like being an attractive female in a male dominated industry, and how she is learning to deal and overcome her anxiety as a person, and a creative. Enjoy!
I recently got coffee with this older photographer from the "golden age" of photography when normal people couldn't do it themselves. We spoke about how his business has changed and how he makes so much damn money as a photographer at his age.
In this episode i have a great conversation with @1llest or Mark, and his experiences as a veteran photographer in the Washington D.C. Photography game. Not only has he shot for many street wear brands but he is super smart with social strategy and has probably taken half naked photos of your Instagram crush. haha enjoy guys.
In this episode i talk about networking so you can start bringing the right people in your life. Super crucial advice specifically to events. Which you are going to right? Cause you want more clients right?
In this episode i was inspired and fired up after interviewing Marcus aka Opex.photos about social media strategy. I attempt to start the conversation of social media strategy for photogs. But it also applies to anyone who is trying to hustle or make money off Instagram.
In this interview i have a candid interview with friend, and way more successful youtuber Ronnie Sarmiento. We go into his personal life which is interesting because its something he doesn't do much in his videos.
In this Interview i speak with Kyla Jeanette. A super hardworking photographer killing the game at age 19. Not only that but she drops crucial marketing advice and photo techniques during the interview.
In this episode I share a fantastic story that really touches home with a lot of you about why you need to be consistent and treat people with the kindness and the love and the Dignity that everyone deserves.