Akintoye Moses is a Los Angeles based artist and educator, and to use Gordon Parks' term-his choice of weapon is his camera. Akintoye graduated with honors from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University with a double major in Photography and Africana Studies. He has photographed, lived, and studied all over the world. From New York City to Sao Paulo, to Johannesburg & Paris; Moses' work is an all encompassing depiction of the Black Diaspora across state, cultural, and continental boundaries. His work has been featured in numerous publications both nationally as well as internationally, including the coffee table book Black: A Celebration of a Culture edited by Dr. Debroah Willis. Akintoye has also exhibited his photography in single and group showings in Los Angeles, New York, Sao Paulo, Rio De Janeiro, Lagos, Salvador, Johannesburg and, San Francisco.