Our good friend, Aundre Larrow, is no stranger to the camera. He has an exceptional eye for creating delightfully warm, raw, and impassioned portraitures that span his editorial and personal work. As a Brooklyn-based professional, he has the uncanny ability to tell a story with the captured human eye and provoke positive change. His portfolio lives and breaths inspiring anecdotes, particularly his passion project storiesfromhere.com; a documentation series reflecting our nation’s sense of place and how it ultimately ripples diverse thoughts, economies, and identities in the human race.
I mean, the dude’s mad talent. Have you checked out his website and Instagram? Give him a follow.
While we pranced around the streets of NYC in late October for the Halloween Film Festival, we were honored to have filmed a tutorial with Aundre based on editing darker skin. He not only discusses personal aspects of his creative workflow but dives deep into the crucial understanding of what it means to distinguish darker skin tones during the editing process. A paramount topic rarely explored in the media industry today, Aundre examines such valuable pointers in a fluid, effortless fashion.
And the pictures? Killer...