Who We Are

Musa Jackson

Musa Jackson, born and raised in Harlem. He is a true renaissance man known internationally as “The Harlem Ambassador”.  His career spans 40 years. One of the fashion industry pioneering Black male models. He was discovered by the grooming editor of GQ magazine in 1983. He’s modeled for GQ, Vogue Homme, Vogue Espana, Italian Vogue, Mademoiselle, Seventeen, New York Fashion Of the Times and walked the runways in Paris and Milan for Jean Paul Gaultier. The first Black male model for The Gap in a nationwide mainstream campaign. At New York Fashion Week he worked with Deborah Hughes as a producer on fashion shows for Diane Von Furstenberg, Carolina Herrera, and Betsy Johnson.  In Harlem he produced Nona Hendryx first Art show, posthumously Lena Horne’s 100 Birthday tribute, and the classic film Claudine 45th Anniversary both at Marcus Garvey Park Amphitheater . He is the CEO and Editor In Chief of Ambassador Digital Magazine. A magazine dedicated to spotlighting amazing people from all career intersections locally and internationally. He is the star of Questlove’s Oscar winning epic documentary Summer of Soul. Which won Sundance Grand Jury and Audience awards, 6 Critic Choice Awards, BAFTA, Peabody and the Grammy Award. He was recognized for his fashion career by the Council of Fashion Designers of America ( He is on the board of Fashion Group International. He is also the co-founder of the upcoming Harlem Festival of Culture to launch in July 2023.




Paul Morejon

Paul Morejón

Paul Morejón (He / Him ) is a American /Ecuadorean photographer & director. He was born & raised in New York’s cultural centers of Harlem & the South Bronx. Paul began shooting professionally in 2012 after studying at the School of Visual Arts. In 2014 was invited into the world of fashion photography by legendary hair stylist Harry King & hair historian Helen Oppenheim. Shooting assignments covering beauty and the creative experience backstage at New York Fashion Week at shows including MarchesaVera WangLibertineJerome 5.31, The BlondsJill Stuart and Leanne Marshall. There he focused on people of color backstage and celebrating the community and the range of beauty in all shapes, cultures and skin tones while especially highlighting queer, trans and non-binary models & designers.

In 2018 he worked closely with Leslie Odom, Jr as a biographic photographer during the release of his 2019 album Mr. Paul is also working with Joshua Henry as he releases his new album.  Since 2020 he has been filming a documentary on the personal impact the pandemic & the Black Lives Matter movement has had on the uptown Broadway community.

He lives in Harlem at his home and photography studio.