Timothy Ray Wilkerson, a notable and popular photographer who chronicled the LGBTQ community of Atlanta, has died. He passed away on July 26, at the age of 61, of complications related to diabetes. The loss ...
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.
Photographer Philip Bonneau re-imagines comic book superheroes
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)
Tim Hailand takes a look at 'One Day in the Life of Jake Shears'