Sunday, July 31, 2016
And so it began with a walk through Midtown six years ago. These four strangers braved the heat with style they kindly shared to launch this grand adventure. I thank all of you who have appeared in its 2290 postings, and all who have generated the 537,430 page views so far.
Friday, July 29, 2016
Make 30th July a day filled with creativity for the sake of Peace, Freedom, and Equality
-from the Manifesto for World Embroidery Day
In The Quiet Hours and Fabricate Studios invite you to join this metaphorical common thread tomorrow at their open house. Stop by 1537-B Howell Mill Road NW between 10 am and noon to #getstitchy.
Rsvp at this Facebook link.
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Celebrate the second anniversary of Tiny Doors ATL tonight at Hodgepodge, 720 Moreland Avenue SE. Tiny cupcakes, prizes, King Of Pops, and good cheer will abound between 6 and 8 pm. And it's free fun for all ages. Please follow this link to the Facebook event page.
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
When so much of our personal and professional lives are shared online, having an outstanding photo portrait can make the difference between being overlooked and making those important connections. Be sure that your image is the equal of your profile and resumé. My environmental portraiture skills have twice been called Best Of Atlanta. Let me show your character to advantage. Rates begin at $250 for half an hour. All work is done on location. Please call, or send a text message, to 404-503-2650 for a free consultation.
Monday, July 25, 2016
Sunday, July 24, 2016
Friday, July 22, 2016
Like children, our fur kids demand equal measures of patience and spontaneity when portraying their essence in photographs. Expect to spend $250 for half an hour with me on location for the first dog, with additional surcharges of $50 each. Call or send me a text to 404-503-2650 to schedule a free consultation.
Thursday, July 21, 2016
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
The prize-winning style of Atlanta Street Fashion is available for people of all ages. I invite your commissions to preserve those fleeting moments of youthful radiance, recreation and reflection. Working with me is fun, and that always shows in the result. Sure, you see the kids every day. Your cellphone is full of them, and that's as it should be. What I bring to the equation is detachment, and with it the ability to capture their essence. All packages come with unlimited use of the images. Travel charges may apply. Call or text 404-503-2650 for a free consultation.
- $250 - perfect for a profile or senior portrait in just 30 minutes
- $450 - a solution for two or three people with time for an outfit change in 90 minutes
- $600 - larger families and smaller professional groups requiring 150 minutes
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
'An aspiring photographer wants to pick your brain' appeared in the subject line of an email last week. Intrigued, I replied, and yesterday, just in time for the thunderstorms, we met in Grant Park for a blogging summit. Right away it seemed that I had more to learn from this recent SCAD alum than she from me. Please follow these links to her blog,
The Capture, and website, Aspen Cierra Photography.
Monday, July 18, 2016
Sunday, July 17, 2016
Saturday, July 16, 2016
Friday, July 15, 2016
Last night 84 people were senselessly murdered in France as they celebrated liberty, history and life. When George Hanna III and I were in Paris during the November attacks, one of the most incredible things to witness and be inspired by was how the citizens mourned respectfully and with gentle care. There were no street declarations of revenge, no rioting, destruction of property or violent backlash. The next day, everything was up, everyone was working, and then there was an incredible organic vigil at the Republic for those who were so cruelly ripped away from those who loved them. Thousands brought flowers and candles and made a powerful stand against terror.
Tonight, at Paris on Ponce, we will be modifying our Bastille Day Festivities in honor of those that we all lost last night. We will still meet as planned at Charles Allen and 10th at 6:30 to kick off our parade with Blair Crimmins and the Hookers, and we will show ourselves and Atlanta that we care about this global community and will not be bullied into fear or loathing. But rather than parting the night away with multiple bands as planned, we will have a candlelit vigil into the night.
We will be taking donations for the American Red Cross, and serving some wine. Please come celebrate life, liberty and hope with us tonight.
Then, join us for our regularly scheduled nonsense the rest of the weekend.
Wear red, and bring your inner Kate to The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever. Sign in for our local edition of this global event opens at 9:30 am in Candler Park. See you there !