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MICHAEL LETTERLOUGH JR.

Michael Letterlough Jr. is an Award-winning fashion, commercial and portrait photographer whose work has been seen and published in national and international magazines such as Forbes, Vogue Italia, GQ, Vibe, EuroMoney, Ebony/Jet and Essence to name a few; as well as international selling CD and book covers, national ad campaigns, top modeling agencies, and countless celebrities – including Janet Jackson, Kevin Hart, supermodels Beverly Johnson and Janice Dickinson, and Hip-Hop mogul, Russell Simmons.

However, it’s the work Michael has created with such companies as American Express, Nike, and the Bravo TV Network, as well as smaller businesses and individual personalities that positions his style of imagery as strong, commercial branding tools. When aligned with businesses – big and small – Michael has the ability to creatively and ingeniously produce photographs that not only perfectly represent their brand, but also command an audience’s attention.

Michael was born and raised in Pennsylvania, and graduated with a degree in Communications/Magazine Journalism from Temple University. After beginning his professional career as an entertainment journalist, he eventually discovered his passion for photography and developed much of his photography career living in New York City. Michael currently lives in Los Angeles, California.

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JERRIS MADISON

Jerris Madison is a Los Angeles-based noted Fashion Photographer who is also the Publisher and Editor-In-Chief at OBVIOUS Magazine. OBVIOUS Magazine is one of the most influential magazines with a global reach of 4 million each month via social media and obviousmag.com.
Among his clients are Kevin Hart, Essence Magazine and Eva Marcille. Jerris’ most recent work was featured on the Dianne Reeves 2015 Grammy win for Best Jazz Vocals Album.

A Detroit native, Jerris finds his stability through family and friends. Noted for always “living his best life”, this perspective was put to the test in November of 2014 when Jerris lost his right leg to Chondrosarcoma Bone Cancer.

Not one to be slowed down, Jerris views himself as a survivor and continues to play varying roles such as Image Consultant, Social Media Expert, Film/TV Wardrobe Stylist, Motivational Speaker, as well as Photographer. He hopes that his story and experience will lead him to become an author, global philanthropist, potential talk show host, and even docuseries that focuses on his life and the stories of other amputees around the world.

Editor. Fashion Chief. Photographer. Survivor! Jerris Madison, you deserve this ovation!

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Jahi Winston

The multi-talented Jahi Winston is set to take 2018 by storm with several projects set to release in the first quarter!

The first of his projects is his lead role in the Sony Pictures & Screen Gems film PROUD MARY.  Playing the role of “Danny,” a young teen doing his best to navigate life in Boston.  Jahi stars opposite Taraji P. Henson who plays “Mary,” a hit woman working for an organized crime family.  Jahi and Taraji’s worlds are flipped upside when one a professional hits goes awry.  Directed by Babak Najafi and written by John Stuart Newman, Christian Swegal and Steven Antin the film also stars Billy Brown and Danny Glover and is set to release January 12, 2018.

Following up his appearance in theaters, Jahi’s next project is Netflix’s thirty-minute dramedy “Everthing Sucks!”  The 10 episode series follows two groups of high school misfits – the AV club and the drama club who collide in this quirky, funny coming-of-age story set in Oregon in 1996.  Jahi plays the lead role of freshman “Luke O’Neil,” the only child of a single mom who joins his school’s AV Club.  Created by Ben York Jones and Michael Mohan, the series is set to release in 2018.

Jahi will also be appearing in the Weinstein Company film The Upside, a remake of the 2011 French blockbuster “The Intouchables.”  Shadowing the comedic relationship between a wealthy paraplegic (Bryan Cranston) and an unemployed man with a criminal record (Kevin Hart) who is hired to help him, the film’s release date is to be determined.

This Atlanta native has had a passion to pursue acting for as long as he can remember and received his first paid acting gig as “Young Simba” in the Broadway production of Disney’s The Lion King.  Starting his career on Broadway, Jahi attributes his discipline and professionalism to his time on the stage and considers it one of the best times of his life.

Currently residing in Marietta, Georgia, Jahi enjoys playing baseball, singing and working on building, his non-profit organization called “You Can Too,” which encourages kids to pursue their dreams in the arts and education.

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BELLA HADID × SNEAKER SHOPPING

Bella Hadid Goes Sneaker Shopping with Joe La Puma on this Week’s Episode of Complex’s “SNEAKER SHOPPING”

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This week, Bella Hadid goes Sneaker Shopping with Joe La Puma at Kith in New York City and talks her love of pairing sneakers with dresses and discusses her friendly footwear competition with her sister Gigi. Tune into the interview and to see what she bought.

In the episode, Hadid shares her thoughts on sneakers:

“For me, I feel like girls look so sexy in tennis shoes.”

“Sneakers on a man is definitely the first thing I look at. If you have a sick pair of sneakers, it’s going to make or break a look.”

On wearing sneakers in private school: “I would have the sickest shoes at school. I went to private school for like a year so I had my little uniform with my Air Force 1’s. Sneakers were a statement piece because that was how I could express myself.”

About Sneaker Shopping:

Hosted by sneaker aficionado and Complex Network’s Vice President of Content Strategy Joe La Puma, “Sneaker Shopping” puts a spotlight on the styles, silhouettes and significance of sneaker culture through the eyes of bold-faced names in music, sports, film, television and pop culture. Over the years “Sneaker Shopping” has featured everyone from Kevin Hart, Roger Federer, Sean “Diddy” Combs, 50 Cent, Bella Hadid, Marshawn Lynch, DJ Khaled, to New England Patriot’s owner Robert Kraft, and the Ball Family, all sharing thoughts on their life, career and personal style with La Puma through the lens of sneakers and style

ALL NEW EPISODE OF COMPLEX NETWORKS + SNEAKER SHOPPING W RITA ORA + NOW STREAMING!

ALL-NEW EPISODE OF COMPLEX NETWORKS’

‘SNEAKER SHOPPING’ FEATURING RITA ORA AVAILABLE NOW

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Complex Networks released today an all-new episode of their hit series “Sneaker Shopping” featuring International pop-sensation Rita Ora. While visiting New York on a promotional stop for the hot summer series ‘Boy Band‘ and introducing her current single Your Song to the masses, the fashion icon stopped by Stadium Goods to chat with host Joe LaPuma about her love of “trainers.” In the episode, Ora explains her own personal sneaker style, where she keeps her collection and dishes about her experience working at famed shoe store Size, and her partnership with Adidas where she designed 15 capsule collections.
 

CHECK IT OUT BELOW:

 
DIRECT LINK: https://youtu.be/–zx1ie8RQ8

 
TRAILER: https://vimeo.com/user62402282/review/228852065/b66c654694

 

NOTABLE QUOTES:

“I remember seeing them and being like, ‘Oh my god. What are those?’ Rita Ora on her obsession with Jordan XIIIs

“I think it’s one of the quickest ways to get through to your fans.” – Rita Ora on artists getting their own shoes

“I went to Germany & I saw every single Adidas silhouette ever. Rita at the age of 15 would have cried.” – Rita Ora


SNEAKER SHOPPING, the #1 sneaker show on YouTube, features some of the biggest names in music, sports and pop culture including Kevin Hart, 50 Cent, A$AP Rocky, Amber Rose, Usher, WWE’s Shane McMahon, Chris Rock, former Seattle Seahawk Marshawn Lynch, DJ Khaled, and New England Patriot’s owner Robert Kraft. The show, averaging nearly 2 million views per episode, airs on Complex.com and YouTube.