In a special biographical presentation essay here on the Studio 2.8 Photography website, meet Studio 2.8 Photography's African American, managing documentary photojournalist Marilyn Perry. Marilyn Perry, a lifelong, senior citizen, champion of racial civil rights and LGBTQ civil rights, who has been working assiduously to document the current racial justice civil rights movement, as well as many other current political events, opposing racism, opposing bias, opposing violence, opposing political hate, leading the Studio 2.8 Photography team, striving daily to produce insightful documentary photographs and video of political events all around the American Pacific Northwest. A constantly growing selection of this vast Studio 2.8 photo and video catalog is published here on the Studio 2.8 Photography website, which is also part of a much larger catalog of photographs and video content that is available to Studio 2.8 Photography licensing contract clients. The Studio 2.8 Photography website already contains select photographs and videos about Black Lives Matter, racial civil rights movement events around the American Pacific Northwest. To find out more about Marilyn Perry, the Senior Citizen, African American, LGBTQ, woman of color, who leads the Studio 2.8 Photography and Video, production, publication, and licensing team, just visit the linked article to find out more about Marilyn Perry's personal and familial history. (see link).