Here and Now


January 2020

Art Feature: Washington CityPaper

Kayla Randall interviews local gallery owner Leslie Bryant on the intersection of arts, barbershops, and community-building in the District. Two of Dorian Blue's paintings, Malachite and The Water Bearer, are featured in the article.

By Washington CityPaper

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June 2019

Feature: WETA Arts

In the June 2019 episode of WETA Arts, Dorian Blue is interviewed on their work as an emerging artist, alongside features on Lisa Thalhammer and the DC Drummers. Learn more about this episode here.

Aired by WETA


October 2018

Interview: WOWD-LP FM

In this two-hour radio interview, Dianne Bradley features Dorian Blue (Blueboy Photography) and Savanna Wanzer (MayIsTrans) in a conversation on gender, identity, transgdender discrimination, and the quest for individuality.

Listen to WOWD-LP online

Interviewed by Dianne Bradley


November 2019

Interview: Fast Life on the Move

In this intimate, two-hour radio interview, Dorian Blue goes deep with Lady V on gender advocacy, their self-motivation process, and their journey as a multimedia storyteller. The second hour includes a live Q-and-A with radio viewers on upcoming projects, gender freedom, and more.

Listen here

Interviewed by Lady V


June 2019

Khatnip Podcast: Pull The Veil

In this intimate podcast interview, Dorian Blue discusses gender identity, medical and social transitioning, the Gender Affirming Care campaign, the inspiration behind their name, and building Blueboy Photography as a QTPOC-focused storytelling brand.

Listen here

Aired by Khatnip Podcast


July 2019

Planned Parenthood: #MyBodyMyCare

In Summer 2019, Planned Parenthood Metropolitan-Washington, DC launched the #MyBodyMyCare campaign to bring attention to their gender affirming services.

In their campaign interview, Dorian Blue speaks on the importance of gender-affirming health care services for nonbinary and trans patients.

Campaign by PPMW

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May 2019

Feature: MetroWeekly

Doug Rule features the artists of the #MayIsTrans Inaugural Gallery Exhibition, with Dorian Blue's photograph (Displacement Series, 2018) featured as the front image.

Run by MetroWeekly

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