Photographer.  Visual artist.  Storyteller.

For the past 10 years Shavon Meyers (she/her) has produced original content such as photography, short films, video and audio production pieces, podcasts, poetry, short stories and creative writing pieces.  Clients worked with and commissioned by include The NAACP, Sirius XM Satellite Radio (Shade 45, Martha Stewart Living Radio, Court TV Radio, Hits 1, 70’s on 7, 80’s on 8) The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival and WBAI Radio.  Her short films Sunday School, Look Up and Corazon have been granted official selection status at various film festivals including the Outflix Memphis TN Film Festival, Hoboken International Film Festival, New Filmmakers New York Film Festival and The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival.  Shavon’s work has been featured on Gothamist.com and she has been a featured guest on Sirius XM’s OutQ Radio, Bondfire Radio and WBAI Radio.

 Shavon holds a B.A. in Digital Photography with a minor in Creative Writing and is currently drawn to documenting human experiences with an emphasis on amplifying the stories of marginalized people.  She is currently accepting corporate clients seeking corporate photography and video production services, clients seeking voice over services and is available for assistance on both film and photography sets.

In June 2020, Shavon created Reflections in Black reflectionsinblack.com in response to the murders of Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade and George Floyd by police officers.  The site is a safe space for resources and creativity related to the Black experience.

Some random facts about me!

I love the sun, water, beaches, islands and all things summer.

I felt a sense of urgency to document our stories and thus THE BLACK EXPERIENCE was born. The ongoing series is a collection of images meant to amplify all aspects of Black life visually.

Me and filmmaking have a thing going on. We’re past the flirting stage. You can say we’re going steady.

I’m from BROOKLYN, NEW YORK! Yes, it needed all caps.

Once upon a time, I worked in radio (Sirius XM). During that time I created my own podcast called The B Side Show which focused on emerging talent, positive influencers and music ignored by mainstream radio. I hosted and produced episodes of the show for over 7 years. When the podcasting industry became oversaturated, I gracefully bowed out and reinvented myself, turning my talents to my growing love of film and photography.

Like to hear it? Here it go! (click)

I really just want to continue traveling, working with dope people on dope film and photo sets, creating visually engaging stories and sharing them with the world.

So if anybody’s hiring, I’m available (not joking)!

BONUS FACT:
I'm sort of a Trekkie.

Star Trek the original series (TOS) is GOAT.

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