A Modern-Day Renaissance Man
“Railroads are what made Atlanta. Atlanta used to be called Terminus back in the 1800s… because here is where tracks from the Western and Atlantic Railroad ended. Atlanta became what it is because of the delivery of freight back in the day.
Like the tracks that you see, I too have a history. As a Modern-Day Renaissance Man, I shape my work through a lens of re-examining the past. I tell stories through my photography… through my art… through my music… through my style. I’m a true ATLien. Not born, but bred here.
I am fish and grits. I am dirty red clay. I am Sir Bow Tie. I am Ian J.”
– Peters St., Castleberry Hill | Atlanta, GA