Marlon is a griot who enjoys telling stories. He uses photography, anthropology, filmmaking, and writing to share stories of love, imagination, and passion. He is the cultural architect and spiritual leader of The Awakenings Movement, a grassroots community of social visionaries and culture shapers in Houston, Detroit, and Nairobi. He lives presently out that architecture as the General Manager of The Eat Gallery, a gallery for emerging culinary artists that features art on plates where traditional galleries feature art on walls. He is the author of Wake Up: Hip Hop Christianity and the Black Church.
Art nurtures wholeness.
Answer fear with love.
From irritation to intrigue to innovation.
Marlon Hall on spaces the make room for pain.
Marlon Hall on vocation and discipleship.
Artist Marlon Hall on the redefining power of Christmas.