By Malcolm Morrow I recently had the opportunity to interview the rising photographer Vintag3 God. This talented 20-year old hails from South J...
By Malcolm Morrow
I recently had the opportunity to interview the rising photographer Vintag3 God. This talented 20-year old hails from South Jackson and has been building a name for himself throughout the creative circles of the growing art scene here in the city. His unique, eye-catching style first got my attention after he was one of the featured lenses at the 2016 edition of The Jackson Hip Hop Awards. I’ve been following him on Instagram ever since that night and have been increasingly impressed with the ways he’s been developing his craft. His stylistic touches are nice to see from such a young artist.
During this time he was able to truly find the exact way in which he wanted to present his work to the public and figure out what he wanted as his signature. “With any of my work I want to tell a story. Through each photo, I try to show a bigger picture of my city/state to the rest of the world. It is more than just a photo, it’s a vision of what or where you could be.”