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!
This week we introduce: Glorious Moments Photography. A husband (Justin) and wife (Glorianna) photography team based in Atlanta, GA. Specialized in Authentic Wedding, Intimate Event, and Elopement Photography. How did you start doing what you’re doing? I have always loved photography since I was a little, but I never thought that this would be real […]Sharing is caring!
Sudsing up is more than just a way to clean one’s self for some. And of all people, Brittany Williams-McNair, owner of The Body Cove, get’s that. Williams-McNair started creating bath products and soaps out of boredom in but quickly realized that making bars of soap meant something more to her. Now, with just over […]Sharing is caring!
How did you start doing what you’re doing? Coming to the States, I knew I was going into the creative direction. The Art Institute of Philadelphia accepted me into their graphic design program, and while working on projects and looking at different stock photography sites, becoming aware of how expensive some images can be, I […]Sharing is caring!