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Entertainment Lawyer Aurielle Brooks Creates Photography Label With Cam Kirk, Collective Gallery



Aurielle Brooks

Source: The Vivid Agency, Photo credit: Scrill Davis @scrilldavis

As we celebrate and honor rising women in music and entertainment, rising entertainment lawyer Aurielle Brooks is one to be highlighted. Named as one of Forbes 30 Under 30, Super Lawyers Rising Stars, Billboard’s Top Women in Music, Forbes The Culture 50 Champions, Billboard’s Top Music Lawyers of 2020, 2021, and 2022, the Top 40 Black Lawyers in America, Top 50 Attorneys of 2019, and a certified Master in Negotiations by Harvard, Aurielle speaks up for the artist and empowers their voice.

Aurielle recently secured a groundbreaking joint venture with Atlantic Records on behalf of renowned photographer Cam Kirk to sign and develop visual content creators and serve as its full-service creative division through Collective Gallery. Representing the new generation of women executives in music, Aurielle serves as the Vice President and General Counsel of the first ‘record label’ style company of photographers, Collective Gallery. Collective Gallery represents photographers and places them in high-quality positions to work with top brands and celebrity artists/designers. 

A few of the clients they have worked with over a short time include Megan Thee Stallion and her Yard-runner ‘s shoot for Nike; Cardi B with Atlantic for the all-time favorite “Up”; Halle Berry x Netflix for the movie Bruised; Coach K and P from Quality Control Music, for Empower Atlanta Magazine cover; Latto for High Snobiety; JID and Earthgang for the cover of Red Bulletin; One Music Fest Atlanta; Taraji P. Henson at the Met Gala; Big Boi on his venture collab with Airbnb; Jack Harlow for Footwear News Magazine; partnering with Hot New Hip Hop, and many more.

Social Media: 

Instagram: @elle_brooks 

Twitter @elle_brooks11

Collective Gallery 

Instagram: @collectivegllry

Twitter: @collectivegllry

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