Denver Photographers Levi Tijerina and Adonye Jaja give their take on photography, race, culture, life, and art. With special guests from both Colorado and beyond, this podcast is dedicated to talking about the things that are hidden and to expose the hidden thoughts, mindsets, and realities around the things we encounter within the wedding industry...for better or worse.
4th Times the Charm (Where do we go from here?)
Levi and AD discuss the on ongoing nature of what we continue to do in light of Black Lives Matter, but also working too make forward progress.
Who do you call when the police murder?
In the wake of the riots, protests, and the murder of George Floyd, we speak up and talk about race and racism in America.
Bad Days Made Good (Ft. Joe Tobiason)
This week we talk with Joe Tobiason about keeping spirits high amidst COVID-19.
One thing that is happening is Pedro and Tailor (https://www.pedroandtailor.com) is hosting a photography grant to give away $1000 to a photographer. Go out and celebrate a life of wonder.
Fear and Uncertainty
This week we talk about all the fear surrounding COVID-19 and we talk about what our current responses are.
What should our response to COVID-19 be?
This week, Levi and AD talk about the coronavirus, COVID-19, and what our response to that should be.
Who do you Shoot?
This week, we talk about our Cereal Shack and the idea of who do you shoot and document on a wedding day.
Discovered the show when Sachin Khona was a guest and have been listening ever since.