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posted on 24.04.14

Massive 15 Year 3v3 Final from Brokinnglish on Vimeo.

Halfway through the finals between Beasts (Thesis, Flexum, Roc) Vs. 5 Crew Dynasty (Gravity, Trix, Invertebrate). The battle was hype and comedic as all 6 dancers have mad personality. I was primarily shooting photos then decided to catch some footy of the battle.

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posted on 05.04.14

brokinnglish365:

Upendo (Black Nature) Art Opening | 2312 Gallery | Anjolie

It was a family affair last night of old and new faces! I went to support Upendo’s dolo opening exhibit (Chicago Based artist) at the homie J Moore’s gallery space 2312 and hear the sounds of our mutual DJ homie Rev. Shines of the Lifesavas while catching up with Alan from PDX (of Produce Row) and his friend Anjolie, who I chopped it up a minute with and got her to pose in front of one of Upendo’s pieces!

Go peep the show if you can, it’ll be up the entire month of April+! These photos don’t do all the works justice as I shot these handheld at 800 ISO, but you get the picture!

Dope night and great works again holmes!!!

Peep Upendo at:

http://thablackrayon.blogspot.com/

http://upendoart.com/

http://instagram.com/upendo_

Thursday - April - 3rd, 2014 | Location: Seattle

Cam: Canon 5D MKIII Lens: Zeiss 85mm 1.4

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posted on 31.03.14

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NewMerica!

Thursday - March 27th, 2014 | Location: Seattle

Didn’t intend for an American theme, but it just so haphazardly happened! My homie Jesse Rivera at Piranha Gallery in support of our friends Manuela & Cooper doing a one night only showcase!

Cam: Canon 5D MKIII Lens: Zeiss 85mm 1.4

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posted on 31.03.14

brokinnglish365:

Volunteer Park

Wednesday - March 26th, 2014 | Location: Seattle

Cam: Canon 5D MKIII Lens: Canon 24-70mm 2.8L Series

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posted on 31.03.14

brokinnglish365:

Ewing Dry Goods (Daniel Ewing) Juneau, Alaska (Day 2) Part II Late Post

Saturday - March 22nd, 2014 | Location: Seattle

Our Friday night outreach show was well attended, and among the attendees were Daniel Ewing that runs, owns and makes to order everything for his company www.ewingdrygoods.com
This cat is passionate, humble and really creative, and all about creating with excellence, craftsmanship and producing product that lasts and is worth it’s labor. He’s a family man, artisan and loves Jesus and is all about sharing Christs’ love with all, not in a corny way most people think Pop Culture Christians operate, but as a genuine friend would, regardless of your stance or situation… Jesus’ love and grace covers all shame and is inclusive… that’s the life as Christians we’re to live, leading by example and showing others a love that most don’t know, understand and seldom encounter, especially from strangers. This dude embodied that, and made us all feel like long lost brothers as he let us into his shop (which rarely see’s outsiders) so we knew we got the family style treatment.
Thanks again Daniel and I hope to make some purchases in support of what you do very soon!
Visit and follow his Instagram too!

Cam: Canon 5D MKIII Lens: Zeiss 85mm 1.4

More from my trip to Junuea, Alaska 2 weekends ago!

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posted on 31.03.14

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Mendenhall Lake, Glacier, Ice Cave | Juneau, Alaska (Day 2) Late Post

Saturday - March 21st, 2014 | Location: Seattle

Given the timing of us being in Juneau, someone made mention of visiting the Mendenhall Glacier, and that the large lake was frozen and we’d have about an hour journey with crossing the lake, as well as the hike up the glacier to the Ice Cave entrance.
There were lots of pitfalls and it was all about staying on the path, but given the weather warming up, we didn’t expect the lake to remain frozen all the way through (the First mini glacier shot) with the heavy foot traffic, but it did and was an amazing trip in. The usual trek would be about 3 hours had the lake not been frozen!
If you ever get the chance to go to Juneau (preferably the winter season, to insure the glacier and lake freeze to be firm) I HIGHLY recommend visiting the ice cave, walking the lake (or ski) and taking in the site.
The 3rd to last shot of the huge hole, was the hole I shot a photo of my homie Ozay Moore in. Felt like we were on Hoth or Krypton!!!
You can peep more alternate from my instagram
Stay tuned for Day 2 Part II later on… playing catch up with work happening isn’t all that fun!

Cam: Canon 5D MKIII Lens: Canon 24-70mm 2.8L Series

From my trip to Juneau, Alaska 2 weekends ago!

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posted on 29.01.14

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NEON an On…

Monday - January 27th, 2014 | Location: Seattle, WA

Pretty straightforward. I took a night drive/stroll around Capitol Hill and Downtown on Alaskan and 1st to snap a couple Neon fixtures!

Cam: Canon 5D MKIII Lens: Zeiss 85mm 1.4 & my Canon 28-70mm L-series.

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posted on 29.01.14

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8-Bit Arcade & The Madison’s

Sunday- January 26th, 2014 | Location: Seattle, WA

I caught up with my homeboy Jon Madison (Photog, Developer, IT, Dad) fresh off of celebrating his birthday and 3 of his kids (the older of 5) down in Renton at this new 8-Bit Arcade.

The youngin’s had fun with all the nostalgic games from their dad and my childhood… a lot of the games spanned before I was born at the end of the 70s thru to the mid-90s.

That Burgertime character (2nd to last photo) is questionable… I don’t think he taste tested proper garlic mushrooms… partly why I believe the whole game is a trip he’s on… but that’s my theory!

"Now lemme take a trip down memory lane… coming out of…"

Cam: Canon 5D MKIII Lens: Canon 28-70mm L-series.

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posted on 29.01.14

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Propaganda w/David Greco of La Commission

Thursday - January 23rd, 2014 | Location: Seattle, WA

My good homeboy Propaganda (Humblebeast / Tunnel Rats) was in town playing a show at the Q-Cafe near Ballard last night along with Courtland Urbano (Humblebeast/Beautiful Eulogy) supplying the backing tracks and put on a great show with high energy raps, an engaged crowd, and a few spoken word pieces to break up the beats! David Greco (La Commission) opened up with a great engaging acoustic set to set the night off right.

Great turn out and great music by these fellas.

Follow them on social networks such as:

Propaganda

Instagram & Twitter: @prophiphop

Tumblr: @prophiphop

www.humblebeast.com

David Greco

www.lacommission.com

Cam: Canon 5D MKIII Lens: Zeiss 85mm

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