When Animals Attack

Disclaimer: No humans were harmed in the taking of these photos.                

Boo?

Seeing as trick-or-treating would just be straight up shady at my age, and the only “excuses” (aka children) I know are 1,000 miles away, I’ll settle for a tame Halloween with watered-down Rocky Horror (it’s Glee-tastic) & the candy I bought for our apartment “trick-or-treaters” *cough*. Oh, and this pic:

Flash Back: Southern Ivy

Monica, the subject of many a shoot, was one of the original “models,” if you will, that I initially worked with. Besides convincing me to take the leap many moons ago and upgrade my antiquated camera (seriously, a solid hand-me-down from my grandfather,  it said “Made in the USSR” on the bottom, I kid you … Continue reading

Get Your Nosh On: Savu

A few weeks ago (I know, since when do you ever expect timely posts from me?) I had the chance to visit the fine folks over at Savu at the W Hotel – Perimeter. Chef Stacie plated some fantastic looking food (personal look-but-don’t-you-touch policy), and gave a sneak peak of their signature winter hot chocolate … Continue reading

The Cutest Baby You Ever Saw

My amazing colleague & force of nature, Chardina, invited me to take some family portraits before her sister moved away from her Georgia-based immediate family. Along with them came the cutest baby I have ever seen and this means a lot, coming from someone who spends a lot of their time unclear on their stance … Continue reading

Get Your Eat On: Joel Brasserie

Joel Brasserie Meat

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

HDR PT 2

Because I’m a little obsessive…some more HDR for your viewing pleasure.

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

Everyone and their mom's doing it

so I’m gonna be super original and give f(ph)otoblogging a shot. See the musings of my occasionally faux-travels, from ATL to LA, and Buenos Aires to London. Let me know what you think – I’m always looking for tips (especially on photoshop – I’m trying to get the knack of that mess), and check out the rest … Continue reading

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