Posts Tagged ‘photography’


Hale County Photo Exhibition: New Perspective on Old Tradition

Thursday, October 27th, 2016

The Birmingham Museum of Art’s new “What’s Lost Is Found” exhibit displays Lauren Henkin’s images of Hale County produced in the tradition of Walker Evans. It opens Nov. 4 and runs through April.

One Shot: For the Girls

Friday, February 1st, 2013

B-Yourself: AIA Founder, Jeremy Stephens

Friday, February 1st, 2013

AIA Founder, Jeremy Stephens What is AIA? AIA is The Association of Independent Artists, Inc. We currently function as a talent agency for artists in the hair and beauty industry who are interested in expanding their freelance portfolio.  Our organization offers local artists the opportunity to work as freelance artists independently from their respective employers,… Read More

Gatsby Girls

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

“Can’t repeat the past?… Why of course you can!” F. Scott Fitzgerald The future of fashion truly lies in the past as retro revivals are all the rage this new year. A vivid image of the Jazz Age, that pre-Depression moment of unholy hedonism and drunken frolics, as hopped-up flappers plunge into the fountain outside… Read More

The A-List: Terry Strickland

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Terry Strickland Written by Phillip Ratliff      Images by Terry Strickland Artist Terry Strickland knows that the secret to throwing an effective party is to plan some things, and let others just happen. In 2010, Strickland put this principle to the test with 25 friends and family, who she assembled for an evening of revelry in… Read More

Picture This

Sunday, November 4th, 2012

Instagram boasts one more user. by André Natta I finally decided I’d download the Instagram app for Android back in early September. I started to realize I was missing out on a whole new world of interaction with some of my online friends, one that probably gives me a clearer picture of what truly interests… Read More

One Shot: Oak Hill Cemetery | Legion Field

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Oak Hill Cemetery, which became part of  the National Register of Historic Places on July 13, 1977, has provided the final resting place for many Birminghamians since 1871.  Last month, people gathered at Oak Hill hoping to catch the perfect view of the harvest moon. When the clouds chose not to cooperate, one child created… Read More

One Shot – Vulcan on the Fourth

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Do you have a great Birmingham photo? Would you like the opportunity to see it in print in B-metro magazine?  Our monthly ‘One Shot’ features the best of select images submitted by photographers who are turning their lens toward Birmingham.  The winning image each month appears in B-metro magazine and the photographer receives $100. Send… Read More

One Shot – Romney

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Do you have a great Birmingham photo? Do you want the opportunity to see it in print? Then we’re looking for you. Each month’s winning photo appears in the magazine and the winning photographer receives $100 from B-metro. Email your submissions and contact info to robin@b-metro.com all submissions must be at least 300 dpi and at… Read More

One Shot – Chris Hastings

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

The City Through The Lens – Do you have the perfect Birmingham Photo? Do you want the opportunity to see it in print? Then we’re looking for you. Each month’s winning photo appears in the magazine and the winning photographer receives $100 from B-metro! Email your submissions and contact info to robin@b-metro.com all submissions must… Read More

Soul Of A Poet

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

Ad man Tim Denny finds beauty in unexpected places. Written by Cindy Riley   Photography by Beau Gustafson Beneath a bruised sky, two silhouettes huddled at the grave site of author William S. Burroughs. Drenched by a pouring rain, they’d come to pay their final respects. “I simply thanked him for what he’d done for… Read More