How did you start doing what you’re doing? I coordinated my first wedding in 2000 and have since organized, managed, and coordinated a number of events before formally establishing my wedding planning company in 2016. Name one or two struggles of doing the craft you do. How did you overcome them? My biggest difficulty is […]Sharing is caring!
It’s amazing to me how a world of whimsical bubbles, space suits, and retro mod clothes can exist in the same room as the bleak and dimly-lit warning of a distant nightmare that could await humanity. The SCAD FASH show is currently featuring the utopian retro futuristic garments of famous French designer Pierre Cardin and […]Sharing is caring!
How did you start doing what you’re doing? I think it started with a disposable camera at a wedding. It progressed to becoming the family photographer and creative to then graduating with a graphic communications degree. Name one or two struggles of doing the craft you do. How did you overcome them? Photography and the […]Sharing is caring!
How did you start doing what you’re doing? Wow! I can’t help but smile when I think back to grade school and making our first movies. My best friend and co-director on each venture was my next-door neighbor Brennan. During the summer, we would gather up as many of the neighborhood kids as we could […]Sharing is caring!
Tucked away in the Armour Yards development right off of Piedmont Road lies a diamond-in-the-rough coffee shop with posh decor and plenty of in-house roasted coffee. East Pole Coffee Co., an Atlanta-based specialty coffee roaster, wholesaler, and coffee bar, sets the bar pretty high for the local coffee scene. Started by spouse duo Sara and […]Sharing is caring!
Everyone loves music. It feeds the soul. Today we’re featuring Brian Strickland, the owner of a creative business that is devoted to providing each client with an above and beyond experience, through their wide range of professional services while still maintaining a love for the music. How did you start doing what you’re doing? My […]Sharing is caring!