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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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.
Participates in a mock vehicular crash outside of Hixson High School teach the importance of wearing a seatbelt while operating a vehicle.
As night falls on the Georgia-Tennessee state line, the pungent smell of expended fuel and tire smoke are overpowered by the deafening roar of engines.