I ended my 2017 doing what I said I would at the end 2016, Styling. This year has been a manifestation of many things, but Styling came to fruition rather hastily and I can not be more proud of my growth and experience in Styling. It feels so good accomplishing goals and reflecting on how you got there. The connections made, the knowledge gained, the mistakes, everything seems so minuscule in comparison to the finished product but it all adds up. I put the work in and paid the cost to be the Boss.

This past weekend I styled a shoot with Amber and her friend Maxine for some unreleased GoonMilk Private Stock Items in preparation and promotion for my 5th year Goonmilk Anniversary Fashion Show/Party. Androgynous looks that when styled correctly can be worn by either men or women. using hoodies, the Hockey jersey, and camouflage pants as the focus of the shoot. Take a look at the shots below!

A lot of times Women ask me "Well why don't you make women clothes?" Honest answer is that I need help, a woman's perspective and a manager of said women's line first before i take on that type of responsibility, but this year may be the year of the first GoonMilk Women's line. Stay Tuned! 



Just got the text from Rebecca, the other half of the Dream Team, and the shots from our Shoot last week will be in my email soon. But for now enjoy this short I threw together for GoonMilk promo. I thought it was pretty dope. The song is "Shutdown" by Skepta, randomly youtube'd Skepta and this was the first song i came across, felt the vibe. I'm playing around with this Final Cut Pro X trial and liking the upgrades. It feels good to create in different ways like video editing, or website design. Sharpening my crafts will someday earn me a bag, but for now you guys get these gems for free. And if you know anyone needing videography work let me know!


This morning Me and Eli met up with my photographer Buddy/Colleague Rebecca From NY, whom had been in Baltimore for the night for the Chance the Rapper Concert last night and wanted to shoot. Rebecca's pretty dope she shot both of my last shoots in NY and we've begun to call ourselves the dream team the way we work so well together. She being from NY and knowing no one or where to shoot. She asked me to scout for models and locations. So casually I run into Amber a week or two beforehand and she said she'd be down to model/style herself since I mostly do Men's styling. And what better location in Baltimore than Graffiti Alley?

The Shoot was Fire.

Heres a few Behind The Scenes shots.