This image started as a part of a project where I have been pushing myself to authentically capture people, especially in the environments where they feel most at home. I met Meadow shortly before she was headed off to play collegiate basketball. This photo was the start of a series of images portraying her confidence in her dreams, as well as showing her comfort on the court.
Kish Daniels is a Minnesota-based, first generation, Liberian-American filmmaker and photographer focused on storytelling, connecting with unique people, and pursuing meaningful, impactful work. He partners with brands and nonprofits to tell impactful stories, via video or photography.
The son of immigrant parents, growing up in New York City, Monrovia, Liberia, and the Twin Cities has shaped his experiences. His influences are Dorothea Lange, Gordon Parks, his prior life as a collegiate athlete, his love for the outdoors and his passion for social justice.