Laura Relyea for Creative Loafing’s Atlanta City Guide Continue reading Laura Relyea for Creative Loafing
Yesterday, before Officer Robert Olsen was indicted on all six charges and a warrant issued for his arrest, I went with Creative Loafing reporter to talk to some of the people occupying the green space in front of the DeKalb Courthouse. They shared their stories of mental health as a veteran and as a civilian and … Continue reading [Creative Loafing] Why protesters for Anthony Hill care about mental-health training for DeKalb Police
In a year filled with suck, I’ve found some of my photos prove that good times do exist. Continue reading Highlights from 2015
Wayne and Carrie, always dressed like they’re about to roll into a look-book shoot at any moment, was more than game. So the three of acted like fools for 20 minutes in the streets of Atlanta’s favorite make-believe inner city safe haven. Continue reading Spontaneous Coworkers | Atlantic Station
I’ve been to East Atlanta maybe once when the sun was out so I knew little of the world that existed there before the street lights came on. So when there aren’t hipsters comparing beard lengths at The Midway or debating craft cocktails at The Argosy they hang out at coffee shops, nail shacks, animal … Continue reading Poco Pomodoro | East Atlanta
Every year I tell myself, “I’m going to drink more tea!”. And for a week I do really well. I’ll have tea and honey and think about being artisanal with some fancy loose leaf. I even went so far as to factor myself in when I bought my girlfriend a coffee grinder and french press … Continue reading Tipple & Rose | Atlanta, Georgia
Somehow the weather was perfect for Tess and Caleb’s wedding. With the odds stacked against them and despite days of near torrential rain and the always-threatening Florida heat, the happy couple celebrated their love on a beautiful beach in Seaside, Florida and it was perfect. Tess, an actress, and Caleb, an Airman, are used to … Continue reading Buis-Smith Wedding | June 6, 2015 | Seaside, Florida
It felt every bit of 15° on Thursday morning in Decatur. Probably colder when the wind picked up. I came across this pot hole (okay, really large and unfortunately placed rut) that received an ice filling. Providing a temporary solution for a problem that certainly needs more attention. However nobody’s giving it a second … Continue reading [POTD] Fixed*
While on assignment I found a pair of shoes tied up and thrown into a a tree in the parking lot of a MARTA station. Transportation is funny. Continue reading [POTD] Who needs shoes?
2014 was a whirlwind for me. It was crazy. In so many ways, I’ve never been as busy as I was this past year. Looking back on this site and my photos elsewhere, it shows! Four posts here in 2014 is a disappointment especially when I have so much to share! So one of my top … Continue reading Thoughts on 2014 and recommitment to blogs!