Malike Sidibe’s Photography Is a Celebration of Diversity and Freedom
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Josh Hafel and the Make It crew head to New York City to hang out with ”Afrofuturistic" Fashion Photographer, Malike Sidibe, and follow him under the Brooklyn Bridge for the shows’ first ever night shoot. How did West African-born Sidibe start off shooting pics of his friends for social media, and end up doing it for a living? You’re about to get all the details from 2017’s XXX Eddie Adams & Nikon Grand Prize Winner, Malike Sadibe, next on Make It. 

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Malike Sidibe Live | Photo Brigade Podcast

Join Robert Caplin and Malike Sidibe, a 20-year-old photographer living in New York City. Malike was born in Ivory Coast and grew up in Guinea and moved to NYC in 2010 to pursue his education at The New School University - Parsons. He recently won the top award given to students at the Eddie Adams Workshop. They’ll talk about his life, education, aspirations, and more!

Eddie Adams Workshop Class of XXX - Nikon Grand Prize Winner

@eddieadamsworkshop: And DRUM ROLL PLEASE... the biggest award of the evening is THE NIKON AWARD. One lucky and talented student, @malikesidibe, gets to go home with a whole new bag of gear, including a Nikon D850, 24-70, 70-20, 20 1.8, 105 1.4, and an SB-5000 flash. We are so thankful to have @nikonusa as a sponsor. We appreciate their support for the last 30 years. #nikon #nikonlove #nikonusa 
And a huge CONGRATULATIONS to Malike!!! (Photos by @al_drago and @eve_edelheit)