dtaylorimages Daryl Taylor (D. Taylor)

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Curtain call. ❤ | 📷 | www.dtaylorimages.com | photos

32 2 Feb 20, 2018

My man was all cool when we first started, but once he got into it... man listen. Come through brother. Love on your woman. | 📷 | www.dtaylorimages.com | photos

93 3 Feb 20, 2018

*SWIPE LEFT FOR RESULT* Had the pleasure of once again working with the homie Saturday evening on some headshots for a client. She always comes through when I need her. | 📷 | 📽 | www.dtaylorimages.com | www.ashleycmua.com |

52 2 Feb 19, 2018

He filled in the gap when my father was going through his challenges. He made the best oatmeal. He picked us up from school. He took us to the park. He whipped me one time I didn't hold the door for my grandmother (and I've been holding doors ever since). He loved his wife. He was the greatest man I ever knew. He was my grandfather. We lost him today. I praise God for his life. Thank you for being the best example I ever had, Dad.

78 30 Feb 15, 2018

Was talking to my boy the other day and he happened to mention photos I took of the run events back in 2015. It's been a while since I've thought about these. Still inspires me when I do. Thanks homie. | 📷 | | iswealth

54 3 Feb 15, 2018

❤ Flashback | 📷 | www.dtaylorimages.com |

36 1 Feb 14, 2018

❤ Flashback. | 📷 | www.dtaylorimages.com |

63 0 Feb 14, 2018

Love in the air. | 📷 | www.dtaylorimages.com | photos photographer

87 3 Feb 13, 2018

While in NY, Drew and I had the honor of attending the Campaign for Black Male Achievement's 10yr anniversary event. Three authors, including my brother , shared their respective journeys as black men, and discussed a series of topics, such as fatherhood and masculinity. It was an awesome, inspiring event. First class all the way. | 📽 | |

24 0 Feb 11, 2018

My student and I were studying the Harlem Renaissance this week, so I decided to take him to Harlem. | 📷 | usa

164 11 Feb 9, 2018

This clip is from filming done after school at an elementary/middle school in East Baltimore a couple of weeks ago. A few seconds later a 4th grade girl off camera says "They really don't like us." I didn't hear it until this week as I was working on the edit and it saddened me. I'm empathetic to how difficult jobs are, especially in the school system, however we all need to be mindful of what and how we're communicating to our children. The concept of knowing your audience is always relevant. Standards are necessary and our children deserve better.

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