The Instigator – Alejandro

My first “shoot” that I ever did was with my sister Alyssa over winter break 2005. I used my dad’s film camera and sent the negatives to *gasp* Wally World to be developed. They stuck ’em on a disc, and I “edited” them with some rudimentary editing program that I somehow had. Thus, my love … Continue reading

Joel Brasserie Meat

Get Your Eat On: Joel Brasserie

The amazing Four Diamond Atlanta-based French restaurant, Joel Brasserie, had me over  to shoot their amazing event space and drop-dead delicious food for their new upcoming website. Unfortunately, yours truly – in true lack of savoir faire form – decided not to eat lunch before the afternoon portion of the shoot – also known as … Continue reading

(Faux) HDR

So, I tried my hand at faux-HDR in Photoshop (these are based off one image, instead of the preferred three), but it was fun, and the results weren’t all too bad. Hopefully next time around I’ll have the real thing… And then one that’s a little less stylized…

Midnight Train …from…Georgia

My minion amazing friend Megan left Georgia to pursue her French PhD at an Ivy in a far off land…so naturally before she left, I had to book her Saturday for a much overdue shoot.


The inimitable communicatrice & improv actress by night, Drew Dotson, needed some head shots, so we headed out to Inman Park & the Old Fourth Ward (how could you not know my shooting ground by now?) Unfortunately the bright winter light was out to get us, and we were hit with more than a few … Continue reading

The Old 4th Ward

Monica took a trip down to ATL from DC recently, and we trucked around Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward, crossing paths with photographically inclined cats, stenciled graffiti skulls, & dismounted bicycle wheels. Oh, the places you’ll go.

To the Homeland

Ok, officially terrible at posting photos in what norms would consider a reasonable time frame, but here are some pics from my trip to England / Wales this past spring.

King Arthur, is that you?

So I actually just put together a long(ish) blog post which got deleted for no apparent reason when I attempted to publish/save the draft, so I’m sharing one photo & will muster up the energy to re-do it another day.

Emory Cares @ Oakland Cemetery

Today was Emory Cares International Service Day, and across the world, over 1,200 Emory students & alumni participated in service projects.  I headed to a project at Atlanta’s Oakland Cemetery to fix up the Georgia Historical Society’s historic marker landmark that Bobby Jones (golfer and Emory Law alumnus), Margaret Mitchell (Gone with the Wind), 25 Atlanta … Continue reading

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