Vision98 Studios

What is Vision98 Studios?

Vision98 Studios is a place 

We have a creative flex loft space in Marina Del Rey available to rent for photoshoots, video shoots, small events, exhibitions, and classes, ect. 

Vision98 Studios is a collective 

We are an agency hoping to connect creatives with creatives. Vision98 wants to create a network of young creatives of color looking to be hired or collaborate with other creatives of color. We will host exhibitions, residencies, and monthly events to influence new connections and opportunities for young creatives in

 Los Angeles.

Vision98 Studios is a movement

We strongly believe in networking horizontally. We want this generation to look  at the people beside them, and join together to accomplish one common goal, one common vision. We recognize there is so much talent and knowledge in the youth.  We want to inspire and empower our generation to rely on each other to create the worlds we want to see. We want to carry this spirit on to an even younger generation, by creating a  safe space to explore their creativity and ability to tell their own stories through the arts.


Meet The Maker

Domia Edwards, Founder & President

(b. 1998, Atlanta, Ga, she/they)  is an artist working in the media of photography, sculpture, video, installation and performance. Domia operates within the fine art world and the commercial world. Their personal practice investigates familial relationships, history, cultural identity, class, and how systems affect the cultivation of the self. She also uses her work to explore the relationships between her body, space, and spirituality. 

Domia uses the context of their fine art background and studies in visual  literacy and history to inform their commercial work. In order to provide a unique and tailored visual experience whether it is for portraiture, fashion, beauty, behind the scenes, or creative direction for recording artists. 

Domia's most important practice is teaching and creating programming for the next generation of artists. She co-founded Camp Village Inc. based in Atlanta, Ga with her mother, and has spent the last few years cultivating spaces for children elementary - secondary levels to explore their creativity through visual, performing, and design-oriented arts.

They received a Bachelor of Arts with an emphasis in Photography and 4D media at the Roski School of Art at the University of Southern California. They are a recipient of the Ellen and David Lee Family Scholarship and Theresa and Alfred Weisberg Scholarship.  Edwards was nominated by the Roski School of Art to attend the Yale Norfolk School of Art Summer Residency and to study abroad at the University of the Arts London. Domia has participated in a number of group shows in Atlanta, GA; SAIC, Chicago; The Art Academy, London; Studio Gallery, Norfolk, CT; Lindhurst Gallery, The Chapel, François Ghebaly, and the Fisher Museum of Art, Los Angeles amongst other venues. Take a deep dive into Domia's work by clicking here

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