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During my {Efani Allah} last week in Paris, I met up with a close friend Thomas Pagbe, a Cameroon-Parisian who was in the know of everything Paris Noir!  He mentioned how amazing the staircase in the building was on Boulevard Richard LeNoir. But said the best time to shoot was at noon because the light was perfect. So I followed his strict instructions and got dressed in an African Print Dent de Man jacket, black HM shorts, brown Paul Smith loafers, and my usual fedora Borsalino hat. I made to the building at noon on the dot and we took the tiny elevator to the top floor. Everything in Paris seems to be tiny. Julien started shooting me from sixth floor and I walked down to the fifth then forth but it felt awkward to look up, so I’m faceless in most of the shots. Hence the French title of the shoot, “L’Homme Sans Visage” which means The Man Without a Face. As an international photographer, it is my duty to capture my subject, rather it being a model or myself, from the eye of a global perspective. RESPECT…Until next time!

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On February 11, 2016

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