Journeys has a unique vibe, you know? We like to do things differently. We love music, art, adventures and supporting creatives. And you know what? So does Little Five Points. Tucked away in a subtle yet vibrant pocket of central Atlanta, this neighborhood is known for it's quirky, independent spirit and creative community. It's home to Criminal Records, Village Coffee House, vintage shops, a community center, and boasts an overall passion and appreciation for arts, music, food and culture. We love Little Five Points, and you should too.
“I’m an artist. Singer. Rapper. Writer. I do it all – I just don’t dance!” The vibrant, young energy and confidence of Atlanta, GA’s Kodie Shane is simply unparalleled. With a magnetic personality, overflowing with charisma, gratitude and grace, and an unapologetic desire to be “as big as Apple” - Kodie is well on her way to becoming a household name. The 19-year old artist is part of Lil Yachty’s Sailing Team and has already done features, collabs, tours and performances with the likes of Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert and Jhene Aiko. She’s appeared on the cover of Teen Vogue (21 under 21 issue) and Galore Magazine, performed at Made In America on the Tidal Rising Stage and at the Billboard Top 100 Fest, and has been featured by Billboard, Pitchfork, Fader, VIBE, SPIN, NYLON, Noisey, Complex, Billboard, Pitchfork and more.
Kevin Maya is living proof of the power of youth, social media, creating your own connections, developing your own style - and breaking the rules. He's photographed everyone from Post Malone to The Weeknd but his big break actually came from a casual interaction with fellow Atlanta-local, Kodie Shane, which eventually led to joining her on the road to document her tour with Lil Yachty. Kevin's latest work features the likes of Usher, Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, Chantel Jeffries, Young Bans and more. Kevin now splits his time between the Atlanta, GA-suburbs and Los Angeles, CA and is known for his distinct style of overlaying color bursts, textures and light glares.
After growing up and graduating from college in Hawaii, modeling in New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas – model/actress and former Miss Teen Hawaii – Melissa Paulino is proud to now call Atlanta home. “I love the lifestyle. Everyone is doing their own thing. My favorite thing about living in Atlanta the people I've met!"
Atlanta native and model, Cody Lavigne has developed a special appreciation for all of the views and beauty the city has to offer. “My favorite thing about living in Atlanta is going into the city –especially at night. We’ll go shoot videos, take pictures, go on top of buildings, walk on edges – stuff like that!” So what adventure is up next up for Cody? “I want to travel! I want to go to Hawaii and Bali. I would like to explore out and experience other countries!"
Andrea Caceres is a 17-year high school volleyball player and model. “My biggest accomplishment so far has been winning state for volleyball, this past season. One of my goals right now though is to get into UGA – that’s my dream school. My goal is to become a dermatologist, so once I graduate from UGA I want to go into med school!”
Donte' Maurice has truly found his creative niche and launched his career, right here in the city of Atlanta - while studying film and video at Georgia State. The 23-year old artist moved here from Philadelphia, PA and is known for his distinct mix of an edgy, young aesthetic with a classic and timeless feel. That stunning style of his has already being noticed and featured by the likes of Billboard Magazine, Moschino, Vogue Italy, Complex, XXL Mag, Sprite, Universal Music Group, Republic Records, and Columbia Records. “I want to be remembered as a trailblazer for my city – and a trailblazer worldwide. I want to be the one who helped bring the opportunities to Atlanta that we need, because we’re talented and nobody really knows that! So I want to be able to help be that open door for young creatives around me."