More often than not, black women and girls are negatively targeted for their hair. So many of us grew up with the common understanding of needing to have “good hair”. If you haven’t seen one of the many articles featuring photographer Jermaine Horton, who drove hours away to photograph a young girl who was ousted […]
Seven (7) Tips for Black Friday Budgeting Three holidays (other than my birthday) that I look forward to every year are Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Christmas. Ok. Black Friday is technically not a holiday, but my birthday is definitely one. Thanksgiving for the family. Black Friday, because I get to go shopping for the family, […]
I’m one of those people that wakes up with all the best intentions to get things done for the day: send emails, follow up, cook dinner (ok, that’s a lie), take a nap, do homework, and really knock out my to-do list. However, I’m also the person who will have 50 tabs open and accomplish […]
Tomayia Colvin, the founder of Tomayia Colvin Education, shares her process as she navigates trying to find her voice and identity as a Black woman photographer.
The Photo Cookout 2019 was hosted in New Orleans by Tomayia Colvin Education. The monumental event was held at the Ace Hotel where over 200 Black photographers gathered to learn, network, and take their business to the next level!
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