Work With ME

Photo taken by: Marcus X. Whitaker

Photo taken by: Marcus X. Whitaker

I’m Tyeshea, a photographer, writer, filmmaker and budding media personality. I let my quirky laugh, bright smile, and networking skills make lasting impressions . Over the last two years, i've become well versed in moderating, as I enjoy talking about pop culture, and engaging with creatives on all levels, especially on social media outlets. I'm in my element when I can create, weather it be producing videos, writing stories, dancing, or taking pictures. Read my full bio.

Let’s work together!

I like to connect with brands that promote all things black and brown culture, while simultaneously empowering women of color. As it is my mission to work directly in media, my focus is producing quality content across social media that will speak to a distinct group of individuals about enhancing cultural awareness, self-love and care, plus social activism. My vision is to tell the stories of budding creatives, and business owners, weather it be on film, in print, or captured through my DSLR lens. As a freelance videographer and photographer, I've worked with influencers, stylist, up-and coming- artist, and interviewed notable entertainers. I can bring great vibes to any event as a host, or emcee, and get the best inside scoop.

Write For Me

Afrovocative is about shining a light on other creatives and letting excellence happen. We’re open to featuring guest bloggers to cover a range of topics from beauty, health and wellness, cultural events, and even contribute to our YouTube channel. I am currently seeking to cultivate a team of writers that specialize in beauty & fashion, social events, and health & wellness. If you deal in the realm of media, journalism, and production, then you may fit the bill. Don’t be afraid to reach out! Please include a brief bio about yourself, and how you can contribute to our platform.

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Let me ask you questions!

I flexed my hosting skills and moderated an album listening party for Recording artist Kenyon Dixon.

Experience

As a fresh face to the blogging and media world, I have mainly worked on college campuses creating, hosting and moderating school events, as well as being an event photographer. I currently contribute as a writer for CurlsUnderstood, and Content Marketing Creator at the world famous Alvin Ailey Dance American Dance Theatre. My works include moderating the We Should Talk album listening party, interviewing 'Power' actress Andrea- Rachel, 'Queen Sugar' star Kofi Siriboe, plus the cast of the documentary film, 'STEP', and photographing the We Should Talk album cover. In the past year my focus has been on interviewing by frequenting movie screenings to talk with various entertainers; that includes red carpets like the Urban World Film Fest Red, Lion's Gala, and NYFW.