August 11, 2010 by Chris Dunn
Within the space of a week, I was assigned to photograph two different brands of lawyers here in Atlanta.
First, the “boutique” law firm that won a $17.5 million case over the city of Atlanta, an advertising company and a local businesswoman:
© 2010 by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. (Click on the image above to read the relevant article on ajc.com.) (From left) Stephen Lowry, Jeff Harris and Darren Penn -- of boutique law firm Harris Penn Lowry, LLP -- stand for a portrait in their downtown Atlanta offices on Wednesday, July 28, 2010. Beside them are a few of many boxes containing roughly 150,000 documents relating to the Billy Corey case, which the law partners won in court this Monday.
That was a one-light set-up. Wish I’d had two. Then it could look even more like a TV show promotional.
Next: A lawyer who quit practicing law full-time and opened up her own restaurant. She still practices — on-call.
© 2010 by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. (Click on the image above to read the relevant article on ajc.com.) Noon Midtown restaurant chef/owner Katie Birmingham lets 2-year-old Carter Loegel of Decatur choose his dessert from a platter of samples, during the lunch hour on Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010.