Diallo Javonne French was born in Kansas City and started as a musician. He began his filmmaking career when he bought an 8mm camera from a pawn shop. Diallo moved to Atlanta Georgia in the early 1990's and attended Clark Atlanta University majoring in Mass Communications, Radio/T.V./Film. While attending school he worked as a production assistant on several music videos that included such artists as TLC, Outkast, Goodie Mob, Xscape, Raven Symone, Usher and with director Hype Williams. He is an award winning filmmaker and jazz photographer with a BET (Black Entertainment Television) film to his credit entitled May This Be Love. His photographs have been used on Hallmark cards, exhibited in the American Jazz Museum, Vine Street Studio, Buttonwood Art Space, Keyhole Gallery, and The Box Gallery.

Tonika Johnson is a visual artist/photographer from Chicago's South Side Englewood neighborhood. She was featured in Chicago Magazine as a 2017...

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