Place of Origin: Rome, GA

Facts: Diana Ward has a camera, and she likes people.

Our biased conclusion? She takes dang good pictures of a lot people, of all kinds–especially as a color-blind person.

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Stories by this Photographer...

LANY and Role Model at The Roxy

LANY and Role Model had an enormous turnout for their show at The Coca Cola Roxy on Sunday night. Just past the halfway point of their one hundred city world tour, LANY immediately expressed how highly the band had anticipated playing Atlanta.

Betty Who and Loote The Band Take Variety Playhouse

Betty Who headlined Variety Playhouse in Atlanta on Friday night with Loote the Band. Together they brought a beautiful stage setup, two strapping backup dancers, and an unmatched liveliness–despite this being their fourth night performing, in a row.

Organizing Protest with #DoBetterGa​

Students have made history organizing protests since the 1960’s. In 2019, we’re seeing a rise in students organizing against things like police brutality, school shootings, deportation, and most recently, reproductive rights.

The Japanese House at Terminal West: A Faux Pas Review

The Japanese House, a dreamy pool-rock brand from southeast England, headlined at Atlanta’s Terminal West Thursday night. I wasn’t sure what to expect–I’ve never shot this venue nor seen The Japanese House perform live.

R5 Out, Driver Era In

The Driver Era, formally known as R5, headlined The Vinyl in Atlanta, Georgia on April 18th. The Atlanta show was one of the last stops on the pop-rock band’s first tour after their rebranding.