This podcast was recorded on Saturday, January 21, 2017, the day of The Women’s March. On this historic day, millions of people around the world came together to march in solidarity for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families, recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our world. Jamel Shabazz’s iconic photos are a testament to the beauty, diversity and humanity that we are striving to preserve.
January 26, 2017 — Hear the Roses Podcast features iconic photographer Jamel Shabazz whose journey through Brooklyn’s streets in the ‘80s to drugs, graffiti and hip hop has served as the world’s “visual medicine.”
Film and television producers Joslyn Rose and Noris Rose launch the third episode of theirHEAR THE ROSES podcast on Wednesday, January 25, on HearTheRoses.com.The weekly series about passion, perseverance and the pursuit of dreams, features photographer Jamel Shabazz who shares his journey from capturing some of the most iconic photos of ‘80s Brooklyn and the emerging hip hop scene to how his photography has a deeper purpose as visual medicine.
The creative journey inspires me … that process where we turn lead into gold … those are the moments I want to explore.”
– Joslyn Rose
“When I breathe and take a moment, I realign with my purpose … to shine light … through my energy, through my laughter and through the stories I tell.”
– Noris Rose
Joslyn and Noris, who share the same middle name Rose (hence the podcast title HEAR THE ROSES), each bring to the project more than 10 years experience behind the camera.