So, my boyfriend (Wade Tilton) does cool stuff. He recently created a project called “The Brutest Loser” that was performed as part of Art on the Atlanta Beltline. Kevin Huey made the beautiful masks. Here are some of the promo shots and photos of the actual performance installment. Yes.
Category Archives: EVENTS
Even though I was hoping to be voted best “New Thug Motivator” or “Best Dive Bar”, Stacey Bode Photography was named Best Photographer in Creative Loafing’s Best Of Atlanta 2013. OMG!!! I’m so excited and seriously blown away by this. When someone texted me about it this morning, I actually went to the CL site to make sure it wasn’t a joke. Wow. I don’t know who voted for me or why, but my heart feels very full of love and gratitude right now. This is even better than the perfect attendance awards I got in high school. Like, so much better.
The beautiful and super-talented Jamie Barton recently became the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World! You have to be pretty incredible to snag that title…and she is. The Current has done a lovely feature on her, which includes some of the photos I took of Jamie. Yay! To read the article, please click HERE.
This place. It means a lot to many fine people. These walls have housed years of work, creativity, talent, shenanigans, and beer buckets. I have laughed here, cried here, performed here, taken many photos here, passed out here. Most importantly, I’ve forged relationships here that have significantly shaped who I am as a person, and more specifically, an artistic person. I can’t fully or properly describe the entity that’s contained within this space. It’s a special family member within a pretty vast family, and it’s going away. Before grabbing a tissue and singing “End of the Road” by Boyz II Men, I should point out that Dad’s Garage Theatre Company will still be in full force with shows, a mere couple-a blocks down the way at 7 Stages in Little 5. In fact, try to catch their last shows in the old building this weekend! My post here and these photos are simply a so-long to the original space itself. So, here’s to 280 Elizabeth Street, and all it’s glorious weirdness and history.
I love Southern Comfort…both the drink and the place. The place brought me in to take some new promo and band photos. I frequent this joint, so I was pretty excited about it. I can’t say enough good stuff about this bar. I think it’s one of the most fun and unpretentious places in the area. On a typical night, the awesome house band is rockin’, people are dancin’, and all the friendly folks are partyin’ and having a good ol’ time. Please check this place out. You won’t be sorry!