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    Zack Smith — My Louisiana Muse

    Zack Smith is one of the hardest working, prolific, and talented photographers I know. The title “renaissance man” is thrown around and attached to lots of folks, but Zack is the the title in it’s truest form.

    September 9, 2015
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    Nikki Carter

    Editor, writer, and blogger Nikki Carter is hustling. Nikki first caught my eye with her super engaging creative series “Workflow Wednesday” on her website Spirit Style and Scribe.

    August 12, 2015
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    Gwendolyn Knapp

    I haven’t known the creative spirit in New Orleans to be any more vibrant than at this moment in time. There are so many folks around town doing the damn thing and hustling out there, and the community is growing and shaping the city. That brings us to our latest feature writer/editor Gwendolyn Knapp.

    August 6, 2015
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    Jenna Guidry

    Singer/songwriter Jenna Guidry is an old soul paired with a modern voice and approach to her craft. As a student at NOCCA, Jenna has been given the freedom to explore and grow as an artist.

    July 22, 2015
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    Holly Hobbs

    Holly Hobbs is one of the most fascinating creative folks I’ve met as of late. Frankly I had only been barely aware of her & her work though her Twitter account, @Holl_x. Even though she’s become well known for her ever evolving project Nola Hiphop Archive, Holly’s talents couldn’t be any more diverse and eclectic.

    July 2, 2015
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    Augusta Sagnelli

    Fashion + commercial photographer and Connecticut native, Augusta Sagnelli’s work caught my eye on Instagram earlier this year. Since then, I have become a huge fan of her dynamic perspective and approach to photography.

    July 1, 2015
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    Dustan Louque — Campo Santo

    With the advent of streaming music and the evolution of the modern music machine, it’s hard not to get lost in it all. Authenticity is a dying art in the the music world especially with all the manufactured sounds and emotions in a majority of today’s biggest hits. I have to admit that I can appreciate pop music, mostly in small doses. Today and in the world we live in, authenticity is hard to come by.

    June 24, 2015
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    Tania Dall

    A few years ago, during whatever storm we were hunkering down for, I remember watching the 10 o’clock news on WWL Channel 4 as it began to roll in. That current storm was the news of the day and was on everyone’s mind.

    June 11, 2015
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    Nolachick X Exhibit Be

    Way back in the day, right when New Orleans was coming around to Twitter, I signed up. Not really knowing what to make of it or even what to do with it, the Nola Twitter community was taking shape. One of it’s mavens was and has always been Nolachick. Marielle, aka Nolachick, has become one of the most well known, versatile, and prolific models in and around town.

    May 28, 2015
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    Skylar Fein

    It’s been nearly 7 years since The New Orleans Museum of Art hosted a one man show featuring the work of artist Skylar Fein. I can admit, even years later, that show was one of the best and most memorable events I’d ever been to in the city to date.

    May 21, 2015