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Thought-Provokers: Norcross

Atlanta has always had an artistic soul.  The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community.  Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive.  Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Norcross that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Paxton Davis

My goal has always simply been to make people feel beautiful. I capture the natural and candid moments during a session that express the love of a couple or family shares. I always aim to tell a story through each session someone books with me. My clients’ story is always what inspires me . All I hope for is that my clients and anyone who looks at my work sees the raw emotion that someone feels in every photo. Read more>>

Avey Carter

I love creating and music is just what I’m best at. I also make music depending on how I feel, so one day I might make 3 or 4 sad songs, another day I’ll make songs that’ll get a crowd jumping, it really all depends on what my mood is as it should with anything you do creatively. Read more>>

Rolph Alverna

About 5 years ago, I was introduced to nutrition company. I was walked into a nutrition club that offered the service of meal replacement shakes and energy Teas, as well as provided group exercises with wellness evaluations. I was already making fitness a lifestyle, and I knew this could not just help me but many friends and family who wanted to better health and more energy. Read more>>

Nikia Joseph

My love for makeup started at a very young age; I remember being in middle school sneaking in my mom’s room putting on her eyeliner and mascara and then trying to hurry up and take it off before I came home from school. EPIC FAIL, I got caught every single time. Read more>>

Asis Thapa

I make music, period. I make all different kinds of genres from lofi, hip-hop, dubstep, house, and a whole bunch of shit. As of now, though, I love making EDM stuff, more so dubstep/riddim, because of the crazy sound designs. I love doing sound design stuff cause it gives my songs or sounds its own unique dynamics that makes me, me. Read more>>


For almost a decade, she has honed her unique pen craft and style, delivering lyrics for several recording artists, including Flo’rida, Chris Brown, R Kelly, Anjali World, Juelz Santana, Jacquees, Jeremih and a host of others. She has also been featured as a guest recording artist, appearing on tracks by several Hip-Hop artists, most notably Maino and Lil Durk. Read more>>

Richard Dominguez

My goal as a photographer is to capture an emotion in a few frames that can lead you to put together a story. And for you to take that story in whichever direction your imagination allows you to. I would like to build my photography to the point to were people see it more like art than just a picture. Hopefully one day I’ll get there. Read more>>

Jordan Jeffries aka JaeEss

I was starting to get a lot of praise for my work, but I still felt like I needed something more. Because of this, I went into a hiatus in late 2017 to find out how to grow as a person. During this hiatus, I focused on building up and connecting the nawfside underground scene to the best of my ability while also periodically releasing old songs to keep relevance. Read more>>

Tiffani Jai

To give myself a set title or label what my art is and what I create is challenging to do. I believe that God has not made us to be one thing or to create one thing. His word says to take those very talent’s that he has given us and double them in his honor. If anything that’s what I do, that’s what I’m working on. Read more>>

Dani Designa

Once I decided to continue my journey in visual communication, I came to the states and attended Saint Augustine’s University in Raleigh, NC where I majored in Visual Arts. After graduation, I ventured to Atlanta and wanted to update my skills even more by attending Savannah College of Art & Design. Read more>>

Dedra Walker

I have always been a photographer, not just a picture taker. I can always remember moments seeing my Uncle with his camera and his camcorder connected to his hands. I use to capture pictures with my family’s 110 film camera as early as elementary. Read more>>

Coby Mack

I have been heavily invested in Acting and film pretty much my whole life. It sparked for me when I was about three years old when I would watch a lot of TVs. I remember seeing movies with Will Smith (my all time favorite actor) and just felt like that’s what I was meant to do. It’s stuck with me ever since. Read more>>

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