Featured Image for White women with black hairdos: photos by Endia Beal
Photography

White women with black hairdos: photos by Endia Beal

Endia Beal took a few middle aged strangers on a strange trip to the hair salon down the street for a make-over. The women agreed to undergo the transformation and pose for a photo in a typical corporate setting whether they liked their new ‘do or not.

Most of these 40 plus year-old women seem a little uncomfortable. But that natural outcome is all part of Beal’s concept. The idea sprung from her experience as a tall black woman working in the IT department at Yale while getting her M.F.A. in Photography. Her bright red afro generated quite a few curious looks and questions from her short, white, male colleagues.

Lynn
Lynn
Christine
Christine
Beth
Beth
Charlotte
Charlotte
Christina
Christina
Ellen
Ellen

About the author

Annie is a graphic design ace who has designed and manufactured handmade jeans, tried her hand as a barber, and even masqueraded as a concert level pianist. Don’t be shy. Say hello!

Recorded a cool, fun, funny, or inspiring video (or even better, all of the above!) that you'd love to have more people see? Well, we'd like to see it. And if we dig it, we'll turn it into a Found At E Minor (FAEM) video for our Facebook audience to enjoy. Check out this awesome recent example and submit your videos here!
Want to work for Lost At E Minor? We're on the hunt for talented and enthusiastic creatives to join our video team. If you think you have what it takes to produce videos for Lost at E Minor, get in contact.