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Meet Poet Scott Hill - ( or as I know him Scotty)
A little background first
Kahiah here again - See I know a lot of people because I am a military brat. Scott here is one too. We met on a gloomy day in Houston Texas when we were RA’s in college. (oh the stories we have there! (Wheww , we were one in a kind classy ratchets lol)
For about 3 years we discussed collaborating on projects, specifically a boo where he wrote poetry. I am not sure why we didn’t make this book when we lived in the same state, but we decided to do it after I moved to Atlanta. We made a book entitled Into the Eye (yes it’s for sale go cop that lol)
After this book we saw the magic we could do together, only this time Scott wanted to come to Atlanta. So he drove 12 hours to me and we spent an exhausting weekend running around Atlanta - eating tacos in between & yes we judged the salsa hard because we are basically texans! We had a good time.
Scott poured himself into his second book with so much truth, connection and transparency. When you read the poetry you will feel like you know him. I contributed on a few of the images since he got the hang of it himself ( I’m so proud) He did such a wonderful job and the book is amazing.
If you like poetry you should check it out - read a few for yourself!
Campbell Washington attends the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and is completing an MFA program in photography. She has traveled extensively in North America and Europe, and has focused her craft on cityscapes and landscapes capturing the character of the respective locales. Her favorite genre of photography is street photography, but she also captures portraiture on location. She finds herself influenced by the format. The look of her imagery is defined by the specific camera medium she is using at the time. Washington’s current work chronicles her travels to places that are consistent with childhood memories and cause her to reflect on her growth and future. Currently, she is using “road trips” as a metaphor and mediation in order for her to reflect on her past to enter her unknown future.
website: www.campbellwashington.com instagram: @theblamcam
One of the most valuable human characteristics is memory. If we did not have memory we would not be able to remember how to communicate, and amongst other things we would not be able to recall what has happened in the past- near-term or distant. My memory is most easily triggered by sight, most notable through photographs. Looking at an old photograph of a moment of which one was apart, can immediately allow one to recall certain segments of this moment.
I am using the act of photographing road trips as a metaphor for my transition into a complete state of adultism. As I grow older, many things in my life are starting to change and these changes have caused me to reminisce about the past. Most things that I remember as a child have to do with travel and family. As one gets older, one develops her or his own independence and becomes a person who is self-sufficient and dependent on one’s self. In many ways, this transition makes lasting changes. The past and memories associated with that past shape the transition into adulthood and a new person emerges.
Gabrielle was born in Pensacola, Florida but does not call it home due to being in a military family. She began her photography career when she was twelve; today, Gabrielle is continuing to follow that dream.
She has photographed in the US, Italy and Nassau, Bahamas. Upon graduating, Gabrielle went back to her Italian roots and studied in Rome, Italy and she now attends Savannah College of Art and Design-Atlanta. She is a current senior studying for a Bachelor of the Fine Arts in Photography.
website: www.gabriellearduini.com instagram: @gabriellearduini
Land of Adoption
The starting point of this work began in Between Existing (2016-2017) which referenced
vast, colorful landscapes and a single figure wearing red in one of Italy’s bloodiest battlegrounds.
Reoccurring themes in these works are vast landscapes, memory, passage of time, and using
objects to reference self-portraiture. In Between Existing, the common thread throughout the
series was the red object and the current work now embodies this grey figure. It seems at first a
simple landscape, but when studied further, symmetry is apparent. Land of Adoption
encompasses my image in nature while dealing with two cultures: my own identity and the
identity of the landscape.
These are portraits of self without a specific or formulated pose. The work has been
inspired by the land artist, Richard Long. His work in 1967, A Line Made By Walking,
documents his path as he walked back and forth in the same spot which created an impact on the
land. Similarly, the subject is marking the space, adjusting the landscape for only a certain time,
and then nature continues on its course as is. As I discover these different landscapes, the end
result is not just a photograph, but the act of creating a pattern of identity in the space.
Check out Let’s Talk Queen with Traecia!
Many people know I (Kahiah here) am from a small town in Central Texas. (Killeen TX 254!!!!) Through living there I met so many amazing people who I’ve grown with and from elementary to high school. One being Traecia who I met in high school, and it amazed me how much support one person had the capacity to give. She rides with a force behind everything she does, her 5 (her tribe), her family and her friends, and me. You couldn’t ask for a better person to get advice from. Now with us being 8 years out of high school(WHEWWW), master degrees, jobs and adulting to the best of our capabilities she has decided to share with the world her motivation, and knowledge and her perspective! Every video is relatable, and it will speak to you! I love how you all can see how trill and dope Texas girls really are through her!
If you don’t do anything today, at least check her out, subscribe and follow her on insta and snap
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