Author: Alexa Renee Harrison

Quintessential New Orleans Locations

  When you think New Orleans architecture, you typically think of anything from Creole cottages and victorian mansions to antebellum plantations. Images of flickering gas lamps, French Quarter balconies and exposed brick also come to mind. If you’ve chosen the…

Making A Statement

Toni Point and Alysia Fields met while studying Architecture at Mississippi State University. It was that love of  architecture and culture that brought the pair to New Orleans years later. After graduating from MSU, Fields pursued a second degree in…

Creativity Matters

In order to solve problems, both sides of the brain need to be utilized. The left side of the brain focuses on facts and known solutions. When a solution is not currently present, that’s when the right side, the creative,…

Lee Friedlander in Louisiana

Lee Friedlander has been visiting Louisiana longer than most of us have been alive. So while he isn’t native to this land, his perspective is certainly unique. Well known for a style of photography that includes reflections, obstructions and other…

Postcards of the Imagination

As is with many visitors, there was something indefinable but appealing about Hope Gutwrench’s first hours in New Orleans. “The magic of long-armed trees reaching over the streets, the thick air, the warmth of the people. I love the slow…

Poster Rap

Breakout artist Kevin Brisco on The Queen of Bounce