We are excited to announce Nick D'Andria as our newest featured artist. Nick’s consistent aesthetic and diverse range of styles is what makes him one of Atlanta’s most talented young photographers. He seamlessly shifts among photographic techniques inviting the viewer to decipher the complex story beneath every shot. His body of work exhibits informative portraiture and street photography standing side by side with a collection of awe-inspiring cityscapes and architectural studies. Each photo is completed with an immersive, clean finish begging the viewer to dive deeper into the subject matter. Check out his artist profile here https://fourofour.co/collections/nk-da and check out his prints, T-shirts and digital downloads on sale now.
Check out the video from our 3rd meet up. A bit of a unique idea, this gathering of photographers had only a brief 30 minute photo walk then shifted focus to post processing. We reconvened at Switchyards Downtown Club and got to work with some tunes courtesy of @88.shotz.
We had the opportunity to talk to local artist Adam Stephenson about his upcoming photography exhibition with Edgar Lituma Soto “F*ck it, I’m Out”. This show chronicles Adam’s five month journey out west following his departure from his job and home here in Atlanta. Read Adam’s insights on contemporary life, creativity, and art below, and be sure to check out his show this coming Saturday December 3rd at 634 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA.
Thanks to everyone who came out for first fourofour photo meetup, we hope you had an as amazing time as us. It was exciting to share the message we’ve been so passionate about with some of the most talented artists in Atlanta. It was a great turnout and we were happy to see so many new faces in the crowd.
To kick off our new blog and interview series about creators, we talked to our very own @kidsc0tt to discuss photography, art, and Atlanta. Scott has a very interesting and unique approach to art. One of the most alluring aspects of his work is his ability to create a consistent presentation through a unique titling process and the noir style he implements into his videos. In an increasingly stimulus content culture, this process of uniformity not only allows the viewer to identify with the consistency in his work but also adds an extra layer of depth to his expression. Scott falls into a new age category of photographer / videographer and executes both very well. His Instagram story is one of...