On Saturday evening my partner and I attended The Next Cool Thing Event, thanks to my new networking friend David Fritsch. The event, which took place in a 90,000 square-foot warehouse, was a fundraiser for the Georgia Production Partnership designed to promote networking among professionals in the film & TV, entertainment, design, performing arts and [...]
Capturing the personality of young children is so much fun. So many of them wear their personality on their sleeve. But put them in a photo studio and sometimes that sparkling personality loses its shine. That’s why I like to take children’s portraits in a playground, park or even in their on home where they [...]
Megan McGlover will help you fit into that wedding dress. And she’ll make you laugh while she’s doing it. Check out her weather update from January 17th.
I spent a couple of hours on the side of Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta on Monday waiting for the ML King March. While waiting I photographed lots of folks who were there to make sure their voices for peace and justice were heard. Here are a few of my favorite photos from the afternoon, [...]
My friend from seminary Kim Jackson helped lead a group of Furman University students who were traveling around the South touring highlights from the civil rights movement. Here are a few photos of Kim and the group as they visit the Martin Luther King Center in Atlanta. Wedding Photography Atlanta
One of my goals for this year is to become proficient at multimedia production. This snow storm has given me the time and opportunity to learn the basics of Audacity and SoundSlides Pro. Here’s my first production. Thanks to all the great folks in Pine Lake who allow me to photograph and tape record their [...]
I headed back to the Spring Street sledding hill today to record the sounds of sledding and found folks sledding down the hill in a 20-year old kayak. The jump that folks began building yesterday afternoon while I was there, was bigger and icier than ever.
While drivers were slipping and sliding around the ice-coated streets of metro Atlanta, mid and north Georgia, wise residents in Pine Lake were having fun slipping and sliding on Spring Street. No cars allowed. Just sleds. You didn’t even have to have a sled of your own. Folks were sharing. Young Chloe, first photo, gave [...]
Delighted to report that we got to see the grandbabies over the New Year’s Weekend. Had fun playing dinosaurs, reading them books, watching them bounce on their new trampoline, and accompanying them to the playground. Here are a few favorites of the adorable duo: Cindy M Brown | Atlanta Portrait Photographer