A preview pic of my first subjects. An exploration of what it means to people and what it may mean to me as I figure out my new definitions of it. All are welcome to contact me about being subjects. Note: No studio all location shoots.
https://vimeo.com/248256328 DIRECTED AND EDITED BY – AXUM ARAYA PHOTOGRAPHED BY – RICHARD LOUISSAINT WRITTEN BY – BEELYN NAI HIWET FEATURING – GABBY BEANS & MOUSTAPHA CHETIMA MAKEUP – DELINA MEDHIN MUSIC – TOUMANI DIABATÉ & BALLAKÉ SISSOKO PRODUCTION ASSISTANT – ANTHONY LIMONGI Source: axum araya
Last October, I directed my second short film, A Prelude To…. The official website is up here: http://apreludeto.richardlouissaint.com/
Richard Louissaint ‘s “Baldwin’s Prophecy” is screening at #SummerofBondfire17 short film night! https://bondfirerooftopseries.splashthat.com
Composed by Classicbeatz, The Baldwin’s Prophecy EP is the soundtrack to the short film Baldwin’s Prophecy directed by Richard Louissaint. This film was selected to premiere at the Haitian Film festival in NYC on May 12th. It was a pleasure working with everyone to make this project happen. The EP …
Finally, I have the schedule for the Haiti Film Fest 2017 short film schedule, where you will be able to see my debut short film Baldwin’s Prophecy composed by Jason Minnis. And you also get to see the other short I got to work on by André M. Zachery. The …
Last year, I shot and edited several segments with model, artist, jewelry designer and business owner Reign APIIM. Here are the first three which have been posted weekly on the iloveupd Youtube channel. The segments are posted every Monday.
I got an honorable mention on the Aperture Fund blog for the #BlackMalesReimagined campaign with@campaignforbma. with my photo of Okai Musik and his daughter. Didn’t win though. In photographs, our readers reimagine society’s portrayal of black men and boys. Source: Redefining the Image of Black Masculinity
Wanted to announce that I have created a separate website for my video and film work: http://video.richardlouissaint.com/
An interview with Richard Louissaint, a photographer and the entrepreneur behind The Haitian Creatives Series and movement. Source: The Man Behind The Haitian Creatives Series Speaks Out