Combining moralistic themes and a slew of fascinating characters, David Towner, filmmaker, and author, brings forth a new graphic novel series, Aztec Warrior God. Weary of the same recurring plots and themes, Towner wanted to see the novelty in the superhero realm. After an informative and enlightening trip to Mexico, the ideas came to him. Below, he speaks about the successes and difficulties in executing this series, and how he hopes to use his platform for change, inclusio
When Samuel Nkwume was 11 years old in Nigeria, he watched Kubrick’s The Shining for the first time. He was mesmerized. From then on, Samuel he wanted to be a filmmaker, but there weren’t many opportunities in Nigeria. After college, Samuel worked as an accountant by day and wrote reviews of Nigeria’s Nollywood films at night. After one year, he applied to film school, flew to Burbank, and never worked as an accountant again. Samuel may be the only one who actually likes
Hearing a constant litany of news stories about racial injustices occurring can feel disparaging and hopeless. For author and entrepreneur Aundrea DeMille, it is her call to action. Aundrea serves her community through Project Gateway: Equity & Opportunity Commission for Utah. Through her book, Is It Racism, How to Heal the Human Divide and Bunny Seeds, she offers readers a mind model to assess and check their own biases. While Aundrea confirms that change needs to occur on a
Madi Fogg was spending the day at the beach with her friends when she was scouted by an agent. The next thing she knew, she was modeling for Chanel, Tom Ford, and being flown to Capri, Sweden, and the US. We sat down with Madi Fogg to learn more about how her career and the experiences that have come with it - the good, the challenging, and the unexpected.
How did you get into modeling? I had just turned 18 and finished high school, I was on a beach in Byron Bay for a holid