Architecture Archive

When I first saw that there was to be an event on the rooftop of Ponce City Market (recently named Skyline Park), I immediately jumped on the chance to be a part of it. Since the building officially opened I had managed to get just about all of the shots I wanted of the building–except for the roof. I had […]

Putt! Putt! Putt!

First of all, this is a BIG album. I started off 2016 with the first public tour of the building, marking the official opening of PCM and start of regular tours for the year. Our trip took us from the parking lot out front, up to the unfinished rooftop attractions, and then down through several floors of offices. All the […]

Ponce City Market, Early 2016

In the winter of 2008 I joined a group of photographer/explorers to tour and document the old City Hall East building in Atlanta, GA. It was just purchased by the Morsberger Group and was to set in motion a revitalization of the Old Fourth Ward icon which originally existed as a Sears Roebuck & Co. merchandise warehouse, catalog fulfillment center, and […]

Waking a Leviathan

Just before Thanksgiving we took a family vacation up to Asheville, NC to visit the Biltmore Estate for one of their holiday lights tour. This was our first trip to the area, and covered a few scenic stops along the way at various waterfalls. The house itself was spectacular, both in architectural and decorative aspects. On this trip I also […]

Asheville-Biltmore, 2015

The official opening of Ponce City Market was bumped out to early 2016, but the food hall officially opened in September of 2015. This was certainly enough to start drawing in the crowds who were curious enough to try some fairly exotic foods and see what had become of the old Sears building. At first only cell phones were allowed, […]

Ponce City Market, Fall 2015

I joined up with a group to shoot from the top of the parking deck for the Georgia Tech Hotel. This was a spot listed on a recent AJC article about favorite locations for skyline shots, and so I couldn’t resist the chance to go. On the downside, there were well over 100 other photographers also going which made it […]

Skyline from GA Tech Hotel Deck

Historic Oakland Cemetery has become a favorite place of mine since 2008. My daughter simply knows it as “the park with the statues”, though she does understand that it’s a graveyard. It’s a difficult connotation to shake, but every year they open the doors to both the park and the mausoleums to invite the public in. This is a themed […]

Sunday in the Park, 2012