J is for Junkie [Poster Art]

For the past month I have been working on a documentary called J is for Junkie about a group crack addicts in Atlanta who live outside in a small cove behind a Texaco, infamously dubbed as the “Living Room.” I spent 4 days interviewing and shadowing them to get a glimpse into their lives. The film was initially inspired by my father, who has been addicted to crack-cocaine my whole life, but once I finished shooting I realized these peoples stories had changed me forever…

At first this started out as a small project I planned on releasing on the web, but after reviewing the footage and sharing it with some of my mentors, we all agreed it would be best to take to the next level, and push for getting it into film festivals in 2011. I also reached out to music producer, Asston Kusher, to put together a score for the film. It’s very dark, it’s very morbid. This will be the first in a series of documentaries I’m doing on the marginal people of America called “The Glamor Series”. Unfortunately, all I am able to share with you now is this poster art. Stay tuned & enjoy. [Photo by Corey Davis, Design by Mr. Soul]

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