Dennis Morton

Bio: In West Philadelphia born and raised; seriously, I am a West Philly native and it’s where I call home, however, Atlanta, Georgia is where I decided to reside after retiring from the United States Army after 20 years of dedicated service. I discovered photography as my creative outlet in 2015. My excitement for photography…

Taji Harris

Bio: No Limit Exposure is a California born, Southwest Atlanta raised hybrid who has the propensity to fly first, create itinerary later. What ensues are images from exploration. The night is generally is his habitat, no matter the visa. Samples of Taji’s work:…

Anthony (blctxt) Bottoms

Bio: Forest Park raised (blctxt) uses his camera as his Delorean to freeze time and capture moments. Working class peoples are his favorite subject. Blame Hip-Hop culture and his obsession with inertia on his love of photography. Samples of blctxt’s work:…

Laura Wickiser

Bio: Laura Wickiser grew up in North Georgia and is a 15 year resident of the Atlanta Tri-Cities area. She is a full time server for Fifth Group Restaurants. Laura is a world traveler, having visited 23 countries with camera always in hand. When she’s not traveling, she enjoys spending time with her husband, pets…

Johnny Stephenson

Bio: Artist Johnny Stephenson was born in Decatur, GA and moved to East Point, GA at a very young age where he has lived the rest of his life. He inherited an eye for the visual from his mother, herself an artist. He always loved drawing, making marks, filling empty spaces with any and everything.…

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