The 2016 Brioxy Innovation Summit was a four day excursion into the hearts and minds of the “Ready Generation”; minority millennials (with some Gen Xers and Baby Boomers) who want to own their future. The first day was at Baltimore’s Exit the Apple Artspace, where discussions about innovation, economics and race were paramount. Special thanks to Cole and Brioxy, Miguel Bibianco, Tony Matthews, Lilia Ramirez and Tim St. Clair.
I didn’t meet Kyle until 2016, but I’ve known his uncle Harold Pompey since 2013. I learned a bit about audio editing from Harold when I started working at iHeartMedia. I didn’t spend a lot of time watching Harold work, but what he did show me had a lasting impact, and some of the stuff he showed me I still do today. As for Kyle, Jermaine of Impact Hub (listen to his episode here) introduced us after an event. We got to talking about what we want to do with our art, and the result (of my art at least) is this episode here. Kyle takes amazing photos of the city we live in, check him on IG: @niceshotkyle