BRILLIANT PHOTOGRAPHER WADE HUDSON, FEATURED IN WIRED MAGAZINE, PHOTOGRAPHS THE YEMOYA BOOK…CONTRIBUTE TO THE INDIEGOGO CAMPAIGN

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Meet the brilliant photographer Wade Hudson through his phenomenal photography. Wade is the lens behind the upcoming YEMOYA book. Check these images that he took of d’bi.young anitfrika for WIRED MAGAZINE and the BLACK SUPAH SHERO PROJECT SHEMURENGAby d’bi.

Jamaican-born Wade Hudson is inspired by the intricacy and expressiveness of the human face.  His work is defined by a certain quiet intensity that testifies to the individual character of his subjects. Composed yet unposed, Hudson’s approach to investigating the face is defined by a raw, seemingly effortless aesthetic. Wade has had the pleasure of working with agencies such as DDB Paris and has collaborated with community organizations in Toronto such as Manifesto and the Remix Project.  Wade’s recent publications include features in French-based L’Equipe Magazine, covers for Press the Beauty’s debut print issue and Wired UK in addition to numerous online publication contributions.

how do we cultivate and nurture the artist as healer, the artist as teacher, the artist as leader, the artist as keeper of the sacred, and the artist as a whole human entity who mirrors society and helps to shape it circularly and inwardlythis is my primary concern in life – d’bi.young anitafrika

d’bi.young anitafrika is an internationally celebrated African-Jamaican-Canadian dubpoet, monodramatist, educator and mother to her sons moon and phoenix. d’bi.’s latest offering is her new school, WATAH womb arts healing, based in Toronto Canada, where she teaches arts-based courses aimed at self-actualization towards global mobilizationdbi333.com | watah.org | yemoya.org

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