Friday, April 16, 2010

About Face Review

I currently have some photos in a group photography show at Spruill Gallery. The show, "About Face," is up until May 1st so hurry and stop by before it comes down!

Burnaway, an Atlanta art's review website, wrote a review about the show and my work. Check it out!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Atlanta Rollergirls

I photographed the opening bout of the Atlanta Rollergirls Roller Derby season on March 13th. The Atlanta All-Stars were up against the Arch Rival Roller Girls based out of St. Louis MO. The Atlanta All-Stars went on to win the bout 116-79.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Black Sabbath cover band at 529 on Halloween.

Friday, October 9, 2009

Monday, October 5, 2009

Le Flash

Le Flash took over Castleberry Hill on October 2nd. More than 50 artists lit up neighborhood streets, galleries, vacant lots and windows, warehouses and rooftops with glowing art and illuminating performances. Lauri Stallings and her troup of dancers took to the streets and ended at the abandoned Fiat Lux for an amazing performance at 10:30. Le Flash definitely proved to be one of the premiere art happenings for the second year in a row.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009


Apparently I decided to take summer off and not write in my blog. I will try to frequent here a little more often now that I have internet up and running at home.

Last week I went up to Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Maryland for my brother John's pinning ceremony. He was one of 17 C.P.O selectees for 2009. I am so proud of him, and he is more than deserving of this honor.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Robot Bird

So this is a quick project for my sound design class. The process of adding sound to a cartoon is really, really time consuming. This short one minute clip took 5 hours to design and drop in sound. I have definitely learned to appreciate animated features even more than I have.

Super cheesy, I know. Also, it seems like it has dropped some frames. Oh well, you get the idea.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

More from the "Women on the Home Front" project

This is Harriet Frankel, 92. She was a B-29 sketch artist at Bell Bomber, now Lockheed, during World War II. She was one of two women to hold that job. The name plate on the table is made from scrap metal from a B-29 wing.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009