One Hispanic is an all around creative who is currently working with recording artist Khalid as his photographer and videographer traveling all over the world capturing timeless moments with him. If you bump into him at a show or somewhere on the streets you might see him rocking his clothing brand, GRIME.
Raised in Queens, New York both his grandmother and grandfather positively influenced him as child and taught him the importance of family. Going to boarding school outside of Philly gave him a taste of photography and it also was where he formed his relationship with hip hop duo Moosh & Twist. With 2 years of college under his belt at Saint John’s University he left for a year to jump on tour and never went back.
His relationship with Khalid, the 20 years young artist behind quadruple platinum record Location, started from an opportunity to shoot photos of him at a show at SOB’s in New York City. More opportunities to work with him came with time and eventually he took on the role of being his full-time photographer and videographer. One thing One Hispanic has learned since working with him is to always show love to the people that support you.
In this episode One Hispanic discusses his favorite childhood memory was the blackout in New York City, the best piece of advice he has ever recieved is to never give up, being grateful for the love and support from his family, inspiring people to become better version of themselves and why growth really inspires him.
Podcast Outline (Time Markers For Audio Version Only)
One Hispanic is an all around creative from New York currently working with Khalid
Raised in Queens, NY (5:40)
Going to boarding school outside of Philly gave him a taste of photography (6:45)
Both his grandmother and grandfather positively influenced him as a child (9:30)
Favorite childhood memory is the blackout in New York (12:20)
Attended Saint John’s University for 2 years (14:10)
Started touring with Moosh & Twist. Was both their photographer and DJ (15:00)
Working with Khalid never would’ve happened if he didn’t jump on the opportunity (22:05)
American Teen Tour (2017/2018) 27 US cities, 13 in Europe, 4 in Australia
Not being home is the biggest sacrifice he’s made since working with Khalid (28:15)
Show love to the people that support you (29:55)
GRIME (Growth Really Inspires Me) clothing (37:35)
Wanting to move out to LA before the end of 2018 (40:50)
Best piece of advice: Never give up (41:55)
Most grateful today for his family (44:10)
Getting the name One Hispanic (45:25)
Listening to music is a must in his day - to - day schedule (46:30)
Anthony’s purpose is to inspire people to become better (48:00)
Equipment he uses for touring (48:45)
Ask Bobbbaaaay 1 question: If you could go back to high school, what would you do differently? (50:10)
Picture frame 10 years from now: Him alongside his mother and all the creatives he’s worked with over the years (54:20)
Where to find One Hispanic on social media
Advice for finding a passion / purpose (57:25)
Don’t be afraid of trial and error
If you’re afraid of failure you’ll never know what success feels like