Pop-Up Portrait Sessions
Our pop-up portrait sessions are an experience unto themselves. We bring the carefree and open vibe of our studio session to wherever you are, be it an art show opening, a birthday party, a school function, or any number of events. After an initial consultation, we curate an experience that your guests will not soon forget.
400: A Collective Flight of Memory
We partnered with Atlanta printmaker Jamaal Barber to create a themed pop-up for 400: A Collective Flight of Memory, an art exhibition made in collaboration with black artists of the diaspora exploring collective memory dating back to the first slave ship’s arrival on American soil in 1619. We chose specific elements from various eras to honor our ancestors. Patrons were invited to sit for a portrait, marking their moment in our history. View more here.
Hammonds House: Dandy Lion Opening
Celebrating the opening of the Shantrelle Lewis P. Lewis-curated Dandy Lion: (Re) Articulating Black Masculine Identity at Atlanta’s famed Hammond House, Phyllis brought patrons into the full experience of Dandy culture by inviting them to sit for their own portrait. View more here.