#weloveatl co-founder and executive director Tim Moxley (@tmox) is an advertising photographer and educator based in Atlanta. In his off time Tim enjoys playing soccer, cooking, traveling, and sharing his passion with others.
Aaron Coury (@the_atl_aaron) is one of the co-founders of #weloveatl and a freelance photographer based out of Atlanta. He spends most of his free time traveling with his wife @thecleocoury and their dog @dexterdudley.
Brandon Barr (@texturl) is a #weloveatl co-founder as well as a photographer, writer, thinker, and storyteller based in Atlanta. He thrives on telling compelling visual stories with humans at their heart. He is also co-founder and executive producer of TV production company School Of Humans, and has a long history of digital storytelling experience from many years in the digital advertising business.
Rob Dunalewicz (@foocow) is the Production Coordinator for #weloveatl events and exhibitions. Originally from Long Island, NY, he's lived in Georgia since y2k and been a downtown Atlanta resident for the past five years. He fondly remembers the early '90s internet and is perpetually seeking the next great opportunity to document.
Photographer and Atlanta native Tripp Cook (@tripp_the_light_fantastic) serves as #weloveatl's business advisor and accountant. He is a consultant with a firm that specializes on small business, nonprofit organizations, and the public sector.
#weloveatl Communications Director Jason Parker (@jasonaut) is a digital strategist, picture maker, and novice sailor who has worked in public broadcasting, journalism, and higher education. He documents Atlanta art and artists at ArtRelish.com. Jason is a native of Richmond Hill in south Georgia and has lived in Atlanta since 2006.
#weloveatl Community Coordinator and all around motivator Emily Schreck (@beijingemily) is an educator and who works with kids with developmental disabilities through Floortime Atlanta. She was born and raised in Atlanta and has extreme love for her hometown. Her love for photography grew when she signed up for the Instagram app, and gained over 300,000 followers over four years. When she's not busy organizing events or wrangling kids, Emily enjoys exploring the city, doing Pilates, and knitting.