Dan Henry, a native of Atlanta, Ga., graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s of fine arts and a minor in journalism in 2001. Dan worked as a photojournalist in Atlanta and North Alabama before joining the Chattanooga Times Free in 2005. While in Chattanooga. Dan has received numerous state and national awards on a multitude of platforms including still imagery, video, and multimedia projects.
Contact Dan at 423-757-6693 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Burrowed into a den of fake fur and pillow foam, 28-year-old Laurie Johnson works on her newest life-size costume wielding an electric turkey carver and a pair of scissors.
Thick summer night falls and insects begin to sing as a dizzying display of lights emanates from the backyard of a Missionary Ridge neighborhood. With bare toes digging into soft grass, nearly half a dozen members of the Chattanooga Hoop Group find their rhythm spinning in circles to music from a boom box, some practicing for an upcoming performance and others just having fun.
Heavy rains caused standing water to pool and East 11th Street to be temporarily closed on Friday.
Dr. Autumn Adkins Graves is installed as the head of Girls Preparatory School on August 28, 2014.
A man whose hair color favors that of the chain-link fence his ladder is leaning against fiddles with an electronic scoreboard deep in the outfield of a youth baseball field at Camp Jordan.
As the summer sun sets, warm light passes through a bank of windows and reflects off a mirrored wall to illuminate a trio of dancers.
Only they can hear the tunes: participants partake in the Riverbend Music Festival’s inaugural Silent Disco.
As the sawdust settles in a woodworking studio just south of Cleveland, Tenn., Jared Erwin guides a weathered piece of red oak through his planer, revealing unique textures under the wood.