Atlanta Nightlife

Photos of the Year

This image of mine, previously featured as a Time and Place photo for Creative Loafing, was chosen to be included in Creative Loafing's December cover story- The Year in Photos 2014. I take this as a very high praise, and am so proud to be included and published next to such talented photographers!

12:15 A.M. AUG. 10, 2000 MORELAND AVE. S.E.  : This photo was taken at the Starlight Drive-In, Atlanta's only drive-in movie theater. That night it had been pouring, a steady summer rain, but there was a brief moment when it lifted and people began to get out of their cars. I immediately grabbed my camera and started taking pictures, trying to capture the unique quality of the place. Everything came together at the right moment. I saw a woman's silhouette was framed in a doorway at the same instant that a light came on inside the car in front of me, illuminating the figures of the two men inside. The movie playing to the right, adding a third source of light amid a dark background, completed the shot. It was a passing moment, there only for a second before everything shifted.

12:15 A.M. AUG. 10, 2000 MORELAND AVE. S.E.: This photo was taken at the Starlight Drive-In, Atlanta's only drive-in movie theater. That night it had been pouring, a steady summer rain, but there was a brief moment when it lifted and people began to get out of their cars. I immediately grabbed my camera and started taking pictures, trying to capture the unique quality of the place. Everything came together at the right moment. I saw a woman's silhouette was framed in a doorway at the same instant that a light came on inside the car in front of me, illuminating the figures of the two men inside. The movie playing to the right, adding a third source of light amid a dark background, completed the shot. It was a passing moment, there only for a second before everything shifted.

Link to the full story here.

Yip Deceiver and Indianapolis Jones at The Goat Farm Arts Center

The Goat Farm Arts Center has an unmatched quality for putting on events, and Friday night was no exception. The musical duo Yip Deceiver started off the night with a fantastic set, followed by Atlanta’s own Indianapolis Jones, who celebrated their new CD release. Food, beer, and great music, all for $10- what more could you ask for?

Check out their Facebook page to see more great events coming up-

https://www.facebook.com/TheGoatFarmArtsCenter