This month's black business spotlight is on Los Angeles based photographer Shelby Laurice. Shelby's photography is full of energy, bright, vibrant and precise, just like her!
Shelby has the ability to capture her subjects with a warmth & mood that make you feel like you're there.
Shelby describes her craft as "more than mere images...they're history, a snapshot through time that captures a moment we may never have again. I'm just grateful enough to make that moment everlasting."
She also adds, "My brand is more than just a name. It is a reflection of the clients who value quality, style and essence. I want my clients to see themselves within my brand and bring their artistic expression to life."
Shelby shoots a wide range of clients, from recent grads, weddings, trendy/fashion shoots and personal photos.
To check out more of Shelby's work and for contact info visit her site here, at shelbydidthatphoto.com.
Check out some of her gorgeous work!
Here's another tough and sweaty workout!
Use a kettlebell at a weight you can handle. You want it to be challenging, but don't use a weight that you cannot comfortably lift or makes you strain. Practice proper form foremost and increase weight gradually.
I like to jumprope for my warm up and do dynamic stretches for a cool down, but do whatever you like!
I think it's important to be aware of the health issues we face and learn the right steps to take in order to prevent them from happening.
In the future I'll post about more minority based health issues, but I felt like black history month was a good time to start.
Here are two informative articles on black men's and women's health.
A Black Man’s Guide to Good Health: A checklist of things for Black men to screen for by age