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Meet Melissa.

Melissa Alexander began as a documentary and street photographer/filmmaker, enjoying the process of making candid, beautiful moments last forever. As she grew in her craft, studio portraiture began to interest her more, finding delight in the experience of photographing her clientele in an intimate setting.

She resides in Atlanta’s West End community with her daughter. Currently, she is working on projects related to black identity, police brutality, and ancestral memory.



2019 “The Innerground Railroad”, Atlanta

2019 “If I Told You…”, Atlanta

2019 “Shero”, Atlanta

2018 Arts, Beats, & Lyrics: Atlanta

2018 “Light Study”: A Community Portrait Pop Up, National Black Arts Festival

2018 Dead Ringer 2, Future Gallery

2018 “Bloom: A Visual Unfurling of Light,” Spelman College Museum of Art

2018 Artist Facilitator for Emory University’s Arts & Ethics Department

2017 “Stand,” Auburn Avenue Research Library

2017 “Dead Ringer,” Future Gallery


2018 To West End, With Love short film

2018 Spelman College (Work #1 / Work #2)


2018 Creative Loafing Best of Atlanta “Best Photographer”