As a native of Atlanta,GA, I have spent the last 3 years using my photojournalism practice to highlight and celebrate the narratives of the everyday working class Black American in my hometown. The vainness of society has made us to believe that material assets, social status, and professions are the determinants of value. My work combats this by celebrating the everyday man on woman on their journey through the American system. This work is a celebration of the beautiful souls I’ve come across in my neighborhood who add value to this world simply by existing. The working class Black American is the fabric to the culture of Atlanta. These photographs serve as the liaison to showcase the natural elegance, grace, and cool that we naturally exude. And a love letter to my neighborhood.