Posts Tagged ‘Jason Travis’

Photo Update from the 2011 KIPP Scribes

Written on April 25, 2011 at 1:01 pm, by Lain Shakespeare

The other day our favorite photographer Jason Travis caught up with the KIPP Scribes. A handful of his photos are below. I think they’re pretty dope.

The Scribes have met 1-on-1 with professional writers each Tuesday since February. They’ll finish up tomorrow, then wait patiently while we design their book of creative nonfiction in time for the Decatur Book Festival.

Many thanks to the Fulton County Arts Council and the Kim King Foundation for their continued support of this program. Like so many other arts organizations in our community, we very literally could not have developed or maintained this program’s awesomeness without you. Also thank you to our spectacular volunteers. We couldn’t do this without you either.

Mohammed, one of the KIPP Scribes

Kimberly and Mohammed.

Amari, one of the KIPP Scribes.

Amari and Amanda.

Sakyra, one of the KIPP Scribes

Sakyra and Rebekah.

Lyric, one of the KIPP Scribes

Amber and Lyric.

Noah, one of the KIPP Scribes.

Noah and Tim.

Richelle, one of the KIPP Scribes.

Christina and Richelle.

Samuel, one of the KIPP Scribes.

Samuel and A.J.

Misha, one of the KIPP Scribes.

Gray and Misha.


It’s Not Me, It’s You — Purge ATL’s Collection of Break Up Readings

Written on January 31, 2011 at 1:53 pm, by Melissa Swindell

The poster kind of says it all.

Thanks to the indefatigable Jason Travis for the design. Thanks to Purge ATL for the idea and the elbow grease. Kindly RSVP here.


Purge ATL: What’s Inside the Wren’s Nest
That Other Time JTrav Designed a Poster for One of Our Events
That Time JTrav Took Pictures for Don’t Forget That Day

Our Yard is Lovely. No Really, Just Ask Jason Travis!

Written on June 18, 2010 at 10:42 am, by Amelia

Have you checked out our “Host Your Event Here” page recently?  Not to brag (just kidding — clearly to brag), but it is looking mighty handsome these days.

Here’s why:

Photographer and righteous dude Jason Travis shot a wedding we hosted recently. Jason graciously agreed to let us use a few of the photos to hawk our wares, which is much better than just promising the space looks nice over the phone (our former method).

Please, take a moment to check out the page and Jason’s gorgeous work therein — much improved, right?