Imani Dennison was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. Imani’s work explores ideas around Blackness, Intimacy, Afro-futurism, Sexuality and Identity. Imani graduated in 2014 from Howard University with a B.A in Political Science and concentrations in International relations, and a minor in Photography. Imani then went on to study at Market Photo Workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa where she furthered her studies in Analogue Photography. Inspired by big city urban life Imani’s interest in analogue photography grew in to a love for moving image. After moving to New York City Imani shot and co-directed her very first motion picture, a short drama titled “Garden of Eden,” which was selected by the Creative Minds in Cannes to screen at the Short Film Corner at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. Imani currently works as a freelance Photographer/Cinematographer in Brooklyn New York.