Promo Tuesdays is where we highlight our brothers and sisters who are moving through ministry and small business while spreading the gospel as the Lord leads. Please support them by checking out their website and social media.
When I booked the photoshoot for G.L.A.M. Camp for Girls after seeing the casting on Pink Couch Girl, I did what any normal adult would do: I Instagram stalked her co-director Seyi Famuyiwa. I remember telling Seyi when I submitted to be a model that–if nothing else–I’m so glad to see women of faith using their platform of fashion and content creating to spread the gospel. To me, that’s really all that matters in life and it’s comforting to see others that are of the same mindset. Going through her feed and reading her blog, I understood why these two had been chosen to organize the shoot. Her taste is impeccable and I’ve learned a few things about navigating social media from seeing how she cultivates her brand and online community. Don’t take my word for it, see for yourself.
Here’s a little about her company in her own words:
“I am a Nigerian-American style and lifestyle blogger currently residing in my hometown of Southern California. I earned my MBA (Masters of Business Administration) in May 2016 from the American University at Washington, D.C. Before moving to D.C. for school, I worked in the advertising media world. I hope to combine my marketing background along with my business acumen to making a statement in the blogging and fashion industries. I am a Christ follower and love to express that on this platform. I feel that God has given me an avenue to not only express myself, but also His goodness. I hope you can take some inspiration!”