Vogue (February 2021)

Vogue (February 2021)

Article: "For Vogue’s March 2021 issue, the filmmaker Julie Dash—known for her rhapsodic depictions of Black life, most famously in 1991’s Daughters of the Dust—framed the young musical duo Chloe x Halle within one very old story: A folktale passed down by the Efik people of southeastern Nigeria about why the sun and the moon live in the sky..." (Click to continue reading ->)

Zeiss (March 2022)

Zeiss (March 2022)

Article: "When co-directors Brandi Nicole and Jen West first reached out to me about being the director of photography on SPIN, I had never met or worked with either of them before. Brandi found me on the International Collective of Female Cinematographers website, and emailed me about the project. When she sent me the script, I immediately connected with it. Not only because it’s a compelling narrative (it is), but also because the film asks questions that are..." (Click to continue reading ->)

WABE (June 2022)

WABE (June 2022)

Article: "Alexxiss Jackson is a film industry professional and a longtime resident of Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward. She’s specialized as a director of photography for the last seven years, though Jackson has worked in film in various roles since 2007. 'I have been interested in stories and wanting to be a storyteller since I was very, very small,' said Jackson. 'I was a voracious reader when I was younger … '" (Click to continue reading ->)

Hollywood Reporter (July 2022)

Hollywood Reporter (July 2022)

Article: “'It’s been relatively quiet,' says Alexxiss Jackson, a Georgia transplant of 10 years who works as a director of photography. 'Me and my first AC were talking about the concern of a boycott because there was so much talk about that, but I haven’t heard anything specific about it.'..." (Click to continue reading ->)