Lance Gross wants you to see his family in black and white. The celebrity father recently shared pics of him with his wife, Rebecca, and daughter, Berkeley, on Instagram.
One of the candids captured the Gross family with Rebecca’s father, Herbert Jefferson Jr. “The Turtle Wranglers, The Turtle and Turtle’s Poppie,” Lance captioned.
Another photo was of Berkeley taking the spotlight by herself. The little one was all smiles while leaning close to the camera’s lens. “I Turned My Camera On Berkeley,” Lance wrote.
The Tyler Perry’s House of Payne star gets to turn his camera on many others in his 10-part video series called I Turn My Camera On made possible by ESSENCE and Charles D. King’s MACRO multimedia venture. The series is slated to have guest appearances by Michael B. Jordan, Kelly Rowland, Keke Palmer, and more while giving fans a close-up look at Lance’s passion for photography.
“Growing up, I remember ESSENCE magazines being displayed prominently throughout my home, and I realized its uniqueness in not only showing but celebrating Black womanhood,” Charles King said in a statement announcing his collaboration with the brand. “To say that I’m proud to partner with this iconic brand is an understatement,” he added. “MACRO is thrilled to develop these incredible projects with ESSENCE and to further build on the company’s magnificent legacy.”
I Turn My Camera On makes its debut on October 4, 2017, on PEOPLE TV and ESSENCE.com. The series is expected to also be featured on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.