5sos: Today has been one of those days where you just don’t feel too great for me. After I finished the show and showered I wandered backstage to have a cigarette and saw our guitar tech Nigel having one too. I joined him and we shared thoughts about different musical movements that happened in the 60’s and 70’s. Sitting down and listening to him have such knowledge and passion for music filled my body with warmth. In a book I’ve been reading lately it says that some souls on this earth are here to teach and some are here to learn. Not sure why but my talk with Nige gave me great comfort in knowing that I don’t know everything and am willing to learn as much as I can before I move on. Thought I should let you guys know what goes on in my head. Also, thank you everyone who came out to the show tonight! I love you ❤️ tonight I will sleep easy.
Today’s RAD CREATIVE is Oakland-raised, NYC-based photographer and documentarian Brittani Sensabaugh.
“My Overall Mission is to Document Communities that have been forgotten and people who feel they have no voice. I Shoot to bring awareness towards the individuals living inside and Outside these areas by showing that WE all share the same Struggle and Love.”
Shout out to Brittani Sensabaugh, a talented Black photographer, who devote her truly stunning and powerful works to Black people.
I think all women go through periods where we hate this about ourselves, we don’t like that. It’s great to get to a place where you dismiss anything you’re worried about. I find flaws attractive. I find scars attractive.