Maeghan Donohue is a writer, editor, and photographer. After obtaining an M.A. from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study in philosophy, Marxism, and aesthetics, she abandoned the world of academic abstraction, and now spends most of her time either in her Brooklyn studio or on location, shooting fashion editorials, portraiture, and live music. Maeghan is currently the creative director of OUTTAKKE, and in the rare moments she’s not working or traveling, she sings, plays guitar, obsesses about global politics, dances spastically to Iggy Pop, and hangs out with her three cats. Maeghan garners much of her creative inspiration from the work of Susan Sontag, Buddy Guy, Roxane Gay, Trent Reznor, Angela Davis, Patti Smith, James Baldwin, Kiki Smith, Johnny Cash, Andy Warhol, Lightnin’ Hopkins, William S. Burroughs, Eric Williams, Fran Lebowitz, and, being a native Marylander herself, Baltimore’s own “Pope of Trash,” the great John Waters. Follow Maeghan on Instagram: @placetohideplacetohustle.
Kamasi Washington Celebrates The Irrepressible Power & Beauty of Difference In Brooklyn
BROOKLYN, NY- Thursday night’s Kamasi Washington show was rife with nostalgia. There’s always a vintage vibe at Kings Theatre. The relic of a venue is stashed in Flatbush, a…