It’s RobinLori to Cover 2018 American Black Film Festival Honors in LA!

Exciting news!!  It’s RobinLori has been approved to cover the 2018 American Black Film Festival Honors in LA!  You’re probably wondering why this is such big deal…??   This assignment marks another milestone/accomplishment I’ve made in brand new territory.  Every step forward is a victory as I have to build new relationships and new business partners as I continue to build my brand.

 

 

Life of a photographer:  I promised to keep you updated on my progress here in California (previous post)… we’ve been here for 6 months and things are still moving just as they should.   I will always be #Grateful for your support.  Thanks so much for reading my little blog.  Here’s a few NEW highlights…

 

Last month we shared Granny’s wonderful 100 year birthday celebration.  Eva S. Perkins transitioned on and got her wings just a few days later.  She lived a great and LONG life… we are grateful for her love and time with us.  Our focus now is to make sure mom is ok.  She has been through some very tough obstacles over the past few months… but our goal to restore her mind, body and soul.

 

Booked 3 gigs!!  This month I worked with the wonderful team of Nissan at the AAFCA Awards 🙂

 

Meeting new friends in the media!  Special thanks to Earl and Koi for your words of wisdom and support.

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Oh yeah… I met Sterling K. Brown (NBC’s This is Us)!!!

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My boys Brandon and Jonathan went to their first baseball game in LA with dad:

 

Last but not least… our doggie Jackson is doing just fine… still getting fat!  Here he is after his routine oatmeal bath.

 

 

Ok… STAY TUNED for all the fun celebrity photos at the #ABFF2018 Honors!!

The American Black Film Festival (ABFF) will honor Billy Dee Williams with the “Hollywood Legacy Award;” actor Omari Hardwick with the “Distinguished ABFF Alumni Award;” and actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish with the “Rising Star Award.”

The awards gala will take place on February 25, 2018 at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles where individuals of African descent who have made distinguished contributions to American culture through their work will be celebrated. Actor and comedian Cedric The Entertainer will host the annual event which also salutes the year’s best movies and television shows.

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