Hey there! My name is Britnee Alphin. I am a creative wife, mom, humanitarian, portrait photographer (aspiring photojournalist), blogger, and homeless advocate. I have been around the creative world twice and God finally revealed my purpose: photojournalism.
I am a New York native with a Guyanese twist living big city dreams in Atlanta, Georgia. Photography and music took my heart at a young age and I’ve been addicted ever since. I’ve obtained an Associate degree in Journalism from Georgia Perimeter College in 2014 and a Bachelor degree in Public Relations and Marketing from Ashford University in May 2017. I attended South Gwinnett High School, where I met my husband, and graduated in 2010.
When I was a child, my mom told me that if I put my mind to something, I could be whatever I wanted to be. Well, I am a literal person and I have literally tried everything that I have ever wanted to do in life (I haven’t mastered being a body builder yet). One thing through my entire journey has been constant: helping others by creating happiness for them, specifically homeless people. When I was a toddler, I had a passion for people and it grew deeper as I got older. I love people of all skin tones and cultural backgrounds. I am the rare 1% of people in the world that doesn’t see color or circumstances when I look at a person, I just see human.
My purpose is to share the love in my heart with the world before God calls me to a higher purpose. The only way I know to do that is to love hard, take your picture and tell your story in the most honest and creative way possible. Thank you for allowing my spirit to attract yours for this wild journalistic journey. Enjoy!