Yet another record has been broken by a member of the Black people's community. Dario Calmese, an African-American just became the first ever black photographer to shoot the cover of the famous Vanity Fair Magazine. Take a look.
The talented photographer shot the magazine cover, with actress Viola Davis as the model. This is a major feat for the black people and shows that we indeed have enormous talent. Here are more photos of the handsome photographer.
The photographer is the Host of the Institute of Black Imagination podcast, where you find conversations that help people bring out the creativity in them.
Dario Calmese began photography in 2012 while in the school of Visual Arts. Being the first black photographer to shoot the cover of Vanity Fair Magazine is a big deal because from the inception of the magazine in the 19th century, this had not happened. Take a look at some of his other works.
There is no doubt that Dario Calmese is talented. We hope that more breakthroughs like this will be recorded by African Americans. This elevation will most likely give him a boost, and he will become more known for his work.
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