In Atlanta, I’ve has found a new home at the Goat Farm. A few weeks back we talked about the place when we featured Pangea’s Meet & Greets from last year. The Goat Farm was introduced as one of the new locales that would be ideal for Garden shoots by photographer Bobby Williams of WillowBMedia. I was inspired as soon as a I saw it. Deconstructed and wild, as if nature was reclaiming the space, at the same time, humanity was still making an effort to leave our artistic mark on the space. Its an excellent, organic, industrial, chaotic backdrop for the images we create.
So for my first shoot, I made a plan to create new earthSista and Afrosensual image sets. I called some of the new, more daring and adventurous muses in the Garden. A new earthBrotha and a few earthSistas were the subjects of some striking new works. Nobella was on hand to make sure everyone as adorned and styled properly. It was very productive and I look forward to sharing the sets with everyone. The sun was gloriously hot, the sky was this bright clear blue and the shoot was as chaotic and creative as the locale that inspired it.
I can’t wait to do it again.
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