Stephanie Rhoades Hume is a Detroit-based photographer living and breathing in the city. Her documentary work has been featured in Huffington Post, VICE, Cheddar and Brut. She started photographing at a young age, sneaking her mom’s Canon AE-1 out and using all the film she could get her hands on. Stephanie attended Macomb Community College as she studied photography before starting work in a portrait studio for several years. She currently works as a freelance photographer and documenter within the city.
Soul of Detroit
More than just the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin embodied female empowerment, was a civil rights activist, a god-fearing woman, and to many, Auntie ReRe. She was, and always will be, the Soul of Detroit.