About CUT: Small questions have powerful effects when they go viral. Cut spreads stories for fun, for serious, and for real– bringing the internet together one awkward moment at a time.
Cut partnered with Black filmmakers from three cities around the U.S.—Pittsburgh, Austin, and Montgomery (Sydney A Foster!).
We’ve cast all ages, religious backgrounds, cultural histories, political leanings, economic experiences, skin shades, etc. in Keep It 100’s first-ever nationwide production.
The topic for this episode: 100 Black Folx on Best & Worst Teachers
FILMMAKER | MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA
Co-Director | Keep It 100: Black in America
Sydney A. Foster is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. Foster is a creative director and image-maker who strives to create imagery that captures the allure of individuals. At 21, Foster was hand-picked to be a staff photographer by Alabama Governor Kay Ivey. She is a U.S. Staff Sergeant and veteran who has served in Southwest Asia with the 187th Alabama Air National Guard. Sydney has worked under prestigious photographers including Keith Major, Danielle Levitt, and Jason Rodgers. Foster believes that being able to inspire souls through the beauty of imagery is more than power, it is life.