Timothy Ray Wilkerson, a notable and popular photographer who chronicled the LGBTQ community of Atlanta, has died. He passed away...
Atlanta artist Philip Bonneau is so addicted to superheroes and villains that he has found a way to incorporate them into his professional life. His new exhibit, “Heroes + Villains #2,” opens at the MISTER Community Center next week for a month-long run.
Art and photography have always been part of Bonneau’s life. His mother was an artist and Bonneau, who is gay and has lived in Georgia his whole life, studied at the Savannah College of Art & Design.
Ultimately, he got a degree in graphic design, but found that photography isn’t something he can or wants to get out of his system. Last May, he did some soul searching and dabbled in photography over the summer.
GA Voice photographers were on-hand all weekend, capturing the best of LGBT Atlanta's Halloween celebrations. Check out our Halloween nightlife galleries below. Be sure to click the gallery titles for more photos.
“Fame: A Halloween Party Where People Will Remember Your Name” was held on Sat. Oct. 28, 2011 at The Arts Exchange. DJs Vicki Powell and Kyle Keyser provided the beats. (Photos by Brent Corcoran/RNZ Photography)
The photography campaign that has spawned nearly 6,000 photos of celebrities and every day people with duct tape across their mouths and “NOH8” painted on their faces began two years ago in an L.A. apartment at about 3 a.m.
Photographer Adam Bouska and his partner, Jeff Parshley, were devastated when California voters approved Prop 8, a state constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, in the November 2008 election. The two men felt silenced in their home state and wanted to do something to protest Prop 8.
“It was natural we come up with a plan to use photographs … this was on everyone’s mind and we were looking for ways to get involved,” Bouska said in an interview from his L.A. home as he prepares for a Jan. 16 NOH8 photo shoot in Atlanta.
Atlanta's gay bars and nightclubs threw down in a big way on New Year’s Eve. Our photographers were on-hand at several LGBT watering holes and snapped shots of party-goers into the early hours of the New Year.
Check out our galleries below.
Atlanta Photographer Laurie Edward Matthews announces the release of his 14 month 2011 photo calendar BodyBeautiful, which will support the charities Atlanta Pet Rescue and Jerusalem House.
The calendars are hot off the press and feature an artistic collection of male models from Atlanta, GA showcasing the form and physique of the male body.