SHOWS: Catch Me at the Embry Hills Library
In celebration of 20 years of the Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival, a couple photographer buddies and I decided to exhibit some projects we're currently working on. We've dubbed this small group show "Through a Dirty (South) Lens," presenting three unique observances of this city we all love.
Huge thanks to all the family and friends that came out to our opening reception on November 3rd, as we revealed the work and talked about our visions. You can follow the creative thoughts and work of my fellow show mates, Ayesha Lakes and Gudrun David, on their websites and/or social media:
The Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival has events through December. Check out their website for a full guide and calendar of events: http://acpinfo.org.
"Through a (Dirty) South Lens" will be on display through December 31st, 2018. For info and directions to the Embry Hills Library, please visit it's online portal: https://lnkd.in/egus_pF.
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