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NBC: The United Nations
Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Five decades later, his family says in a new video, he can help "guide humanity in the right direction."
President Clinton
Photographing a President.
Parkland's Carry You On
Ahead of the 2018 elections, survivors of the Parkland mass shooting release a song to commemorate their classmates while urging people to vote.
Nathaniel Woods' Unjust Execution
Bryson lead the communication strategy, with the support of Kim Kardashian, in the national movement to stop the unjust execution of Nathaniel Woods.
Town Hall with Andrew Yang
Directed by Bryson: The son of Martin Luther King Jr, MLK III, speaks with former 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Andrew Yang.
Martin Luther King III
A collection of work documenting the legacy of Martin Luther King.
CNN's "Why I Vote" Election Campaign
Bryson was a spokesperson on CNN for the 2018 midterm elections.
The United Nations: Photoshoot
Photoshoot with Martin Luther King III and Yolanda Renee King at the U.N. General Assembly, NYC.
Aurora: Original Composition
Featuring iconic trumpet player Malcolm McNab. McNab has performed on over 2000 films, including Star Wars, Edward Scissorhands, Indiana Jones, Air Force One and A Christmas Carol.
CNN: Hurricane Dorian, Florida
Photos capture Boca Raton residents preparing for Dorian
Isiah For Congress - Official Ad
Official Campaign Ad for Iraq veteran Isiah James of Brooklyn, New York.
"Home Run" - Short Film
A fictional short film, shot in Pine Trails Park in Parkland, FL. A collaboration with Darian Williams.
New York Times: "Dream" Speech
On the 56th anniversary of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech in Washington, his son discusses the “best of what America represents.”
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