“I am the boy”

When the Atlanta Streetcar launched in 2014, it aspired to enliven businesses, entice tourists, and engage citizens. These photos are from a longitudinal photo essay I’ve been doing (now 1300 photos rich) along the route (both inside the streetcar and out), titled A Streetcar Named Aspire, that documents the changing city over time — its…

Nervous

I’m about to enter The Fence photography exhibit (yet again — I keep trying!), and the photos I’ve selected to enter make me nervous, for reasons I’m not ready to reveal to you. In fact, a lot of my art (both photography and writing) makes me nervous, and that’s actually a good thing. That’s when…

Encouragement

I offered my previous Pedal Power with Pattie students the opportunity for a bike ride around Piedmont Park right before Atlanta Streets Alive this past Sunday. Viv (pictured on the right) came, and she brought a co-worker named Megan. Viv has been commuting to the Centers for Disease Control (where I just rode last week)…