#r.kelly i still love u man✊✊✊ ..not agreeing on what he's doing, but u can't sit there and down grade this man when u see that guy from 1 and a half man fucking people with #HIV..do a #documentary on that shit ..and stop agreeing on putting down your own when u kno he needs help..
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Palestinian men relax in the Hamam Samra Turkish bath in Gaza City. Hamam Samra, Turkish Health bath, is one of the ancient archaeological places in the #Gaza Strip and was built 1,000 years ago. Palestinians visit the bath for taking a shower, relaxing and treatment for spine and bone pains.
رجال فلسطينيون يسترخون في حمام سمرة التركي في مدينة غزة. حمام سمرة هو واحد من الأماكن الأثرية القديمة في قطاع غزة وتم بناؤه منذ 1000 عام. يزوره الفلسطينيون للاستحمام والاسترخاء والعلاج لأوجاع العمود الفقري والعظام.
A few snaps from last week at @fembeat premiere of their latest episodes on Felice Trirogoff and Martha P. Cotera 💖 thank you for inviting us to provide the jams along with @hedricklamar it was awesome to see so many people come together to support documenting these powerful women’s stories. Follow these rad ladies and find out more about their project at fembeat.com 📹 #documentary#austinfilm#austinfilmmakers
island hopping in the BVI = ST. M//T//A//JVD//SC//VG//& more. pictured here are Jost Van Dyke and Sandy Cay two of the best stops thus far.
Sandy Cay, which was originally owned and donated to the BVI national park trust by Laurence Rockefeller in 2008, is full of stone white coral; this uninhabited island is literally covered in it...so freaking beautiful!!! also #funfact, this is the production location of choice to film Corona commercials; no joke.🍺 swipe to the end and take a peek at Soggy Dollar Bar, home of the world famous “pain killer.” this is the island’s “rum punch” that basically consists of rum on rum, on rum. after only two of these and you’ll lose your shirt - just like me. 🤦🏽♀️ yo ho, a pirates life for me. 🏴☠️
“Do you feel that nursing is culturally perceived as a feminine profession?”
“I am excited to be a male nurse. There might be a rumor but about half of the total nurses are male in this country. I personally don’t feel anything about the perception and I am happy to serve.”
Leading up to #DesigningtheFuture at @telfairmuseums, we’re excited to introduce our films and their correlating speakers. Link in Bio || Today’s highlight is documentary short, Engineering the Strongest Foam in the World, with key speaker Whitney Holt, Simulation and Software Engineer at @gulfstreamaero. The world’s strongest foam supports the ability to transport people on some of the lightest and safest vehicles of our time. At Gulfstream, Whitney supports a team of 13 experts in flight simulation starting with the first flight, through certification and well into production. With a B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering from @tamu and an MBA from @georgiasouthernuniversity, Whitney has worked in many capacities at Boeing and Gulfstream with most jobs concentrated on simulation and flight test for aircraft in the defense, commercial, and private industries. Whitney also serves her community as the Community Outreach Chair for 9 years in the @swetalk - Savannah Coastal Empire. She and her outreach team started the local event held in Fall called Girls Engineer It Day, which is currently in its 9th year. She along with other SWE members are passionate about sharing their love for STEM and helping students make an educated decision about their careers when they are young. || #art#technology#engineering#future#documentary#festival#georgia
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Isabel dancing to ruth weiss’s poem, “the children yes” in the documentary. Isabel was like a mystical forest fairy dancing to ruth's poetry.
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Award winning filmmaker Aryana Farshad's soon to be released documentary, “Longing for the Soul: A Quest for Rumi” brings to light the life, legacy and spiritual messages of Rumi.
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As I celebrate another year on this earth, I reflect on those years of growing pains that transformed me into the person I am today. There was a time I was worried about getting older in age and not being where I should be spiritually, personally, financially or career wise, but I've learned our plan for our lives means nothing to what God has planned for us, and to just continue to do my part in working diligently while trusting the process. Yesterday, I received the final edit for a trailer I'm releasing ahead of my five part mini docuseries and never in a million years did think I would actually produced a documentary. Just one example of how "OUR" own plans mean NOTHING because that was God bringing together all my experience in the entertainment industry to be able to do something on this magnitude. I appreciate all the birthday wishes, but I appreciate you even more for those of you that's been with me since those days of throwing parties in college, to rocking the mic in the clubs, to my jaystylestv blog days, my radio days, my hosting days and to now the beginning of my television producing career. Those of you who've I just met in the last few years, I also appreciate your support. All I'm asking for my birthday wish is to go follow my new mini docuseries page @youbecomeinspired and be on the look out as I launch the series so you can watch and share with others. Thanks again!!✌🏿
Episode 5 of ALL IN: LIFE ON THE WSL CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR is now live! Link in bio! Here's some various frame grabs I shot of our main characters: Jordy Smith, Carissa Moore, Lakey Peterson and Julian Wilson. @indigenousfilms@redbull@facebook@wsl
Ep. 13 of The Austin Meyer Podcast, “Leaving a Legacy Through Storytelling with Susan Milstein and Andi Brady” is now LIVE! Check it out wherever you listen!
This week my guests are Susan Milstein and Andi Brady. Susan and Andi a cofounders Personal History Productions, a company that helps an individual capture their life story and family memories as a legacy for future generations. Writing a life story can be daunting, so Susan and Andi come in and make it easy. They handle everything from interviewing the individual, to writing the narrative, to creating beautiful physical books, and by doing so, help people create a legacy through storytelling. .
In this conversation, Susan, Andi, and I talk about how this business idea came about, the step-by-step process of creating a personal history, and how telling the story of your life allows you to come to terms with, and make meaning, of your life narrative. Hope you enjoy!
Day 2 of filming with the @theshowstoppershows for my e-course went SO much better then day 1. Nerves went way down, the process felt much more natural, and most importantly the instruction and teaching came out better. With my entire life—and art—I admit I never plan ahead. I take jobs, commissions and work as it comes, with little to no preparation or forethought. My brain is incredibly scattered, I’m messy, and the way I learn is visually by trial and error—lots and lots of error. So when we started filming this course we literally just started. No outline, script, plans or staging—we just set up in my home studio and I started painting and talking through my process. My course will not be this perfectly cut and edited video, because I’m not a perfectly edited person. I don’t use the right words all the time, I drop things on the floor, get resin in my hair and sometimes laugh at my own bad jokes. I want this course to feel like you’ve walked into my home and sat down to work with me personally. I want it to remind you of your grade school art teacher (we all had them!!) who was always a little quirky, eccentric and maybe a little strange—but that you LOVED and couldn’t wait to see every week to paint with. I can promise you that you WILL learn everything I have in my brain about art, all the tips to working with resin, and maybe a little about my life as well.
✨ ✨ ✨✨ My art teacher’s name was Aimee, and she was the first teacher I can remember that inspired me to create. As a child art was magical because you literally created something from only your imagination. And for a kid that sometimes felt like I didn’t fit in, that creative outlet was everything. What teacher in your childhood spoke to you? I would love to hear your favorite art stories, or school stories growing up.