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A Tribute to Ashlee Madison

On Monday, April 11th we celebrated the life of Ms. Ashlee Madison through dance and song. Ashlee was always one of my long time supporters and friends and she is dearly missed. I’m not going to bore you with stories and memories of her because it would take me till June to complete. What I will say is that her impact at the University of Oklahoma will never be forgotten. A special shoutout goes out to Dr. Melanie Bratcher and her committee for organizing this whole entire event. There were many talented people in the building and I am very blessed to know them and have them in my life. Take a look at this sneak peak. The full gallery will be up on the main site next week. ENJOY and as always, your comments are WELCOME!!!

African Dance Group at OU

Star Spencer B.O.S. Step Team

OU Gospel Choir

Poet/ Artist “Reality”

Artist Demetrius Sha’Mon


Poet “Grace The Sky”

Artist Annisia

Artist Cara Black

Artist Cami Stinson

Artist Kenya

Poet Candace Liger

Artist Jeff Mims

Artist Spence Browne

Artist Kira Lasley

Band member Jemar Poteat

Artist Cooki Turner

R.I.P. Lil Homie!!!

  • Melanie - April 12, 2011 - 6:28 PM

    J Wigg, thank you so much for your energy, time, and talent. This sneak peek is the bomb izle (okay tryna be like Snoop ain’t workin fa me lolzzz). The power in The Show is testament to Ashlee’s reach and spirit. The evening was divine, blessed, and pure. So much love, talent, possibility, and sacredness. Ashe. So glad you experienced it and that you’re unique perspective will be shared in this way. Warmly, MelanieReplyCancel

  • misty - April 12, 2011 - 6:31 PM

    it doesnt seem like she is really gone. I’m glad there are tributes still going on about her life through music,dance,rap,spoken words.. This speaks volume about her life and what kind of person she was. She is missed,but never forgotten.ReplyCancel

  • Kenya - April 12, 2011 - 6:33 PM

    Blessed, favored, gifted, beautiful, wise, energetic, trend setting…Ashlee was all these things and so much more. I knew her only briefly but her light shined brightly…the stars now twinkle to her rhythm…may her family find peace in the glow~

    Kenya SoulSingerReplyCancel

  • Candace Liger - April 12, 2011 - 8:56 PM

    You truly captured the beauty and divine energies with your shots. I was honored to be amongst such amazing talent for such an amazing woman. Everyone who graced the stage embodied the essence of what the event was about..and you did the same with your photography. My prayers continue to go out to her closest of kin and friends…you’ve only gained an angel to watch over each of you. Rest in Peace Queen.ReplyCancel

  • kendra williams - April 28, 2011 - 11:20 AM

    You NEVER cease to amaze me with the quality of your work. You are one hard working individual. I think I’ve said this once, but I’ll say it again, you are a photographer that truly gets into his work…and I know this because you literally put your camera in MY lap so you could take a spin on the dance floor at the “Spriggs Wedding”; and jumped right back into “work mode” shortly thereafter! You’re AWESOME in all your photographical (word?) ways! Lol!
    I look forward to “the call”!
    Peace and Blessings to you!ReplyCancel

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