Journalist and media personality Tai Beauchamp and celebrity photographer Elton Anderson present intersections between food, design, travel, photography and fashion.
Tai and Elton kick off the show with an alligator swamp tour. Then they meet up with tour guides for a personalized photo shoot.
Tai and Elton kick things off at the MoCADA Museum, for a look at the exhibit, honoring Spike Lee. Then they head to "Lakou Café" a Haitian-inspired eatery.
Tai and Elton head to Puerto Rico where they head to a little town called Loiza. Next, it's a drive off the beaten path to discover the Pinones, a beachfront area for some authentic African/ Puerto Rican cuisine.
Tai and Elton venture out into sunny Southern California. They take us to Palm Springs And they kick things up with a Glamping trip to die for.
This time Tai and Elton hit the streets in Philadelphia, PA. They kick things off with a riding lesson at the Chamounix Equestrian Riding Center and meet up with one of their equestrian champions.
It's a Party with a Purpose on the Tom Joyner Cruise. Tai and Elton jump right into the fun, they also find out that the purpose of this cruising adventure is all about providing scholarships for historically black colleges and universities.
Tai and Elton take viewers on a cultural tour to Ghana, West Africa. They head to Akwamu for a traditional African dubar, and are given their official African names at a renaming ceremony.
Tai and Elton hit the streets on the island of St. Thomas, where they connect with locals through food.
Tai and Elton are taking on the city of Accra in Ghana. They head to the market and shop for clothes, jewelry, and art.
Tai and Elton take viewers uptown to Harlem USA. A place steeped in African American history and culture.
Tai heads back to LA and kicks off his series "Beyond Ready". Elton heads to the historic Leimert Park in Los Angeles to check out the vibe, get a little history, and culture.
Tai and Elton take viewers on a cultural tour to the motherland, as they celebrate "The Year Of Return." The show is filled with ceremonies, dances, rituals, and a meet and greets with the President of Ghana.