Bryanne E. Mitchell

Originally published here in Volume 2 of the Tilt West Journal: Art & Community. (T\LT WEST )

I recently spoke with a reporter about the history of white supremacy in my hometown. For the purpose of this narrative, we’ll call him Steven. Steven’s assignment was to investigate the history of…

Smoke-filled lungs and and a gut full of good news, I’m carrying the weight of the ocean in my broken limbs. The primordial soup of my existence, salted to taste.

I rise from the water, weakened and newborn, unable to remember the beautiful ringing in my ears. Let bitterness sing.

It’s cold and each ventricle hesitates. I’ve turned off my warmth and I sigh the crystallized, grief-scented release, standing barefaced in the whip of the truth that I am not enough.

A flash bang of pain and memory weigh my upside-down frown back upright and for a brief moment I…

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“The story of the historical Negro will never be completely known until every book, pamphlet, and manuscript on the subject has been found and recorded in bibliographic form.” Dorothy Porter, who in 1930 was appointed curator of Moorland Foundation: A Library of Negro Life (located at the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center…

Photo by Sai De Silva on Unsplash

I like to say, “If I can’t bring my kid, then I’m not coming,” when it comes to fun stuff, but I get so frustrated when people insist that I bring my son with me on business, even after I establish that I can't make a meeting happen because I…

Armed with only a camera and a laptop, Jeremy Pape of Welcome to the D.O.P.E. Game is ready to take the music video world by force. The Canada native levels with RFLX 5280 to talk about his art, his style, and D.O.P.E.’s next move.

Photo Credit: Bryanne Elaine Mitchell Photography

It’s a chilly morning in the Mile High and I walk into Illegal Grounds Coffeehouse all too ready to warm my hands with a freshly brewed soy hazelnut latte. I say hello to the smiling barista who’s busy wiping milk froth from the counters and inhale the friendly atmosphere. The…

If you’ve never heard of 7th Circle Music Collective, open your ears. RFLX 5280 visited the coolest venue in town to capture the elegant grime of grunge chic.

Photo Credit: Bryanne Elaine Mitchell Photography

We at RFLX 5280 were very lucky to find this jewel of a location for our grunge-chic fashion photoshoot. Still a baby in the Denver underground music scene, 7th Circle Music Collective is well on its way to becoming a favorite of Mile High music lovers. …

Sarah Anderson, also known as “Annie Allred” loves her natural red hair. She keeps her skin in the most luminous porcelain state and she carries herself with a refreshing old-world elegance. “I’m a modern woman who sees the importance in being a classic lady.” …

Bryanne E. Mitchell

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