Corey “Tall Boy” Sanders knows how to think big and think tall.Sanders is the host of tallboy.us, an online source for behind-the-scene footage of exclusive celebrity and community events. No stranger to the communication world, this media maven, emcee, and videographer has held positions at both Radio One, Inc. and BellSouth.From the hottest celebs to the revered politicians of our day, Sanders talks one-on-one with prominent movers and shakers. He has interviewed former president Bill Clinton, Reverend Joseph E. Lowery, comedians Steve Harvey and Monique, singers Patti La Belle and Musiq SoulChild, director Tyler Perry, and many more!Sanders has extensive experience in business-to-consumer promotions and demonstrated his ability by taking on a lead role in the mobile marketing tour Mountain Dew AND 1 Mix – Tape Tour. His participation in promotional tours for major brands such as Starbucks, Panasonic, and Char-Broil has also honed his skills. Sanders successfully performed the roles of field manager and emcee for the 2008Char-Broil Infrared Grilling Tour.As a dedicated philanthropist Sanders continuously gives back to his community, working with the Atlanta Select Basketball Association and the Atlanta Hawks as a basketball development member. These opportunities allow Sanders to teach children life lessons learned both on and off the court.After graduating from Everett High School in Lansing, Mich., Sanders went on to attend California State University – Fullerton and the University of New Orleans on basketball scholarships, receiving his Bachelor of Science in general studies with a concentration in communications from UNO in 2001.Sanders has a sweeping knowledge base and is a perfect spokesperson and host to endorse company products. His on-air talent is highly coveted and his understanding of business-to-consumer promotions is greatly respected. Watch videos of Corey “Tall Boy” Sanders, posted on youtube.com, tallboy.us, and basketballoverseas.net.Also, send an e-mail to [email protected] for information on how Tall Boy will take your brand to higher heights as a product endorser. This is every company’s chance to step toward success, which according to Tall Boy is done by two simple instructions: think big, think tall!
Joseph Walker, III
Director of Written Content & Digital Images
Joseph Walker, III (photo shooting under the name of Jae) is a Queens, NY native who relocated to Atlanta, GA in 2016 after spending 13-years in the MD/DC area. He comes from a creative, labor, business, financial and judicial background which helped cultivate his interest in the world and how it operates. A creative void was filled during high school when he started a musical career that lasted a couple decades as a drummer/percussionist, producer, DJ and writer. However, the love of writing and photography has been on the forefront of his life since 1993.
Before leaving New York, Joseph created The Third System, a media resources company offering support services in photography, graphic design and videography. It was the company that allowed him to assist in producing a documentary titled “I Wrote A Song,” on the subject of music and the New York musician for the Children’s Education Channel, a cable access network. Writing and producing the soundtrack, he also served as the program’s executive producer, performer, writer and associate director. Over time, The Third System morphed into what is now a photography service primarily for media and press.
Joseph received his press pass through the Afro American newspaper in Baltimore through his mentor (a former White House press photographer) while living in Takoma Park, MD. He decided to pursue photography as a career choice, becoming a freelance wedding & event photographer, while also writing and honing his performing skills as a poet. He started working as a pit musician playing drums for N.E.W. Productions, a theater company that produces local and national theatrical productions. Soon he moved up to musical director, advancing to stage manager, finally becoming production unit photographer/ videographer for the company.
After 13-years in the MD/DC area, he moved to Atlanta, GA, expanding his photography work with school portrait photography companies such as Lifetouch, Chappell and GradImages, photographing school portraits, and college/university graduation events in Washington D.C., South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. At the same time, he did fashion shoots and events that included dance and movie/television unit shoots as Jae. After some networking, he became the staff photographer for online Indakno magazine, and contributed images to SIR magazine. Jae left Indakno after 2-years to do freelance work and started shooting for various reporters for the Examiner.Com.
The inspiration to combine his love for photography and writing led Joseph to the Examiner.com and AXS.com simultaneously as a Photojournalist for 5-years. Writing a column about photography for the Examiner, storylines featured and focused on photographers, videographers and related industry articles, and reporting on the various images of Atlanta. As a contributing writer for the AXS publication, articles focused more on music and music-related stories. As life would have it, both publications folded in July, 2016. Jae continued to shoot as a freelancer. That is until he met Corey Sanders, a videographer and CEO of Tall Boy Enterprises.
Jae started his association with the non-profit organization in early summer 2017, with assignments as a photographer, interviewer, writer, and assistant videographer. He assisted in these duties for community-oriented events and the Wolf Creek Summer Concert series, shooting old school R&B performances and interviewing some prominent jazz artists.
As of January 2017, the 501(c)(3) company, now under the TBE Media banner, Joseph serves as the Director of Written Content and Digital Images. In this capacity, he will research, interview, proofread, edit and format the stories in AP style on the Tall Boy Enterprises website. He will also be shooting and editing digital images that are used on the site, and assist in other necessary functions. Jae continues to shoot freelance and event assignments when needed.
In the non-creative field, he has served as Chapter Chairman for the national employees of Local 107/AFSCME representing the NAACP, as Education Director for the Elmer Blackburne Democratic Club, and as an International Program Director for Aurora Associates among other milestones. Joseph is an alumnus of Cornell University (Industrial & Labor Relations), NY Institute of Technology (Communications/TV & Radio), Borough of Manhattan Community College (Advertising/Business Administration), and Atlanta Technical College (GA Governor’s Office for Workforce Development and Logistics).
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