Image 1 by Tobi Sobowale

Tobi Sobowale Q&A

The Black gaze to me is about unapologetically showing the world through your eyes. Whether it be capturing people, food or landscapes. It is an opportunity to tell your story, without narrowing its explanation in order to communicate its message to a particular audience.

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Image 2 by Michael Esigbone

Michael Esigbone Q&A

The Black gaze is a reminder that even though there isn’t so much recognition of Black photographers out there, there’s still appreciation of work done Black photographers.

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Image 1 by Ash Sealy

Ash Sealy Q&A

To me, the Black gaze is about redefining the stereotype often associated with a Black face. It is important to share my view despite adversity, as from those challenges comes opportunity and perspective.

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Image 1 by Kester Onyemaechi

Kester Onyemaechi Q&A

The Black gaze to me simply means being different. Everyday I see photographers and I go, “What goes on in the head of these guys?” I want that for me someday, I want people to wonder and crave how I think.

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