NOW STREAMING: New Episodes of Brooklyn Made 

WATCH >> Episode 1: Kendra Foster

In this vibrant episode of Brooklyn Made, we feature future-leaning funktress Kendra Foster, who proclaims music as her ministry, and the sonic seeking population as her congregation. The two-time Grammy winning singer and songwriter who boasts illustrious collaborations including George Clinton and D’Angelo, expounds on when and how to indulge in the magic of her own dreams. This episode is produced by Kecia Élan Cole and Kayode Kaykay Olowu.

WATCH >> Episode 2: Eli Fola 

Nigeria-born and New York-based artist Eli Fola takes us on a soulful  journey to the Afro future with Yoruba Tech Soul—a genre that fuses traditional Nigerian sounds, electronic, jazz, house and classical music. In this evocative episode of Brooklyn Made we chronicle this multidisciplinary, self taught  musician and DJ as he produces music and plays the sax in a performative manner that pays evident homage to the motherland. Produced by Kecia Élan Cole and Sammie Amachre.

WATCH >> Episode 3: Diana Mora

Gallant guardian angel of New York City nightlife Diana Mora is the owner of Friends & Lovers, a community-first space and platform for emerging talent across various genres. In this inspirational episode of Brooklyn Made we rendezvous with industry change maker Mora, who discusses the advocacy and action coalition she co-created by and for the city’s nightlife community, NYC Nightlife United. Produced by Kecia Élan Cole, Sammie Amarchree and Kayode Kaykay Olowu. -- This video is from BRIC TV— the first 24/7 television channel created by, for, and about Brooklyn.

WATCH >> Episode 4: Sherwin Banfield

Conjuring undeniably iconic hip hop legends like LL Cool J and Biggie Smalls, artist Sherwin Banfield’s work is a reflection of the shapes, lines and designs, and serves as an artistic tribute to hip hop culture itself. In this lit episode of Brooklyn Made, we unpack Sherwin’s process and visit his latest sculpture of Brooklyn’s finest Biggie Smalls in the of conspicuously scenic shadow the Brooklyn Bridge. Produced by Kecia Élan Cole, Fred Brown Jr., Sammie Amachree and Kayode Kaykay Olowu.

WATCH>> Episode 5: Ian Cinco

A satirical and surreal multimedia artist and filmmaker, Ian Cinco pushes visual boundaries with work that encompasses everything on the spectrum from the kinetic and erotic to the absurd. In this animated episode of Brooklyn Made we glimpse into Cinco’s profoundly imaginative and emotionally charged artistic processes. Produced by Kecia Élan Cole and Kayode Kaykay Olowu.

The NY Emmy-nominated BROOKLYN MADE series utilizes short verité-style profiles of the hippest and hottest makers, builders and artists on the scene. With short form documentaries from four to eight minutes, we take a provocative peek into their studios, dissecting and documenting their visually dynamic processes. Representing one of the most significant art formats of our time, documentaries possess the power to tell compelling stories, inspire the viewer, and potentially transform our world. Brooklyn Made seeks to do just story at a time.


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