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July 4, 2022

Episode 50 | When A Woman's Fed Up


On the 50th episode of The Reverb Experiment Podcast the crew is joined by photographer and visionary Sean Stewart, owner of Art Is Life Photography. Sean opens up about what it's like being  black creative and  how he balances both his work and family balance. As a special treat, as promised, G_focused shares his African Ancestry live on the podcast. For the Keepin It Reel segment the crew responds to a young girl sharing her feelings on how parents treat their children, which sparks a deeper conversation about parenting within the black culture as a whole. For the Internet Wins Again the crew reacts to the news that R Kelly has finally been sentenced, the Omarion vs Mario verzuz, as well as the viral clip of the McDonalds argument between co-parents.

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And you can also check him out at his official website HERE

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*TIME STAMPS*      

  • (4:10) - Sean Stewart Interview    
  • (58:56) - G_Focused African Ancestry results       
  • (63:12) - KEEPIN IT REEL - Are children heard?  
  • (93:16) - Omarion Verzuz Mario reaction   

Internet Wins Again  (105:24)               

  • (105:36) - R Kelly finally sentenced      
  • (115:46) - McSiblings      

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Sean Stewart

Artist/Photographer/Graphic Designer

Sean Stewart Bio
Sean Stewart is a freelance photographer based in
Sacramento, CA., and a father of 3 children. His artistic gift
was recognized at the age of 3, when he drew a very detailed
picture of the living room while sitting on the sofa. On both
sides, his artistry is inherited from many family members in
many forms, painting and music. Sean attended Valley Hi
School, where his skills were cultivated via cartoon, 3D
animation and AutoCad classes, and a summer internship in
Fashion Design at Academy Art University in San Francisco. As
a teen, Sean was paid to design original art on clothing and on
storefront windows. To adulthood, Sean continued his artistry
through music and graphic design, naturally progressing to
photography, where his creative talent, unlimited vision and
passion is evident.