A Day in the Life of Eli Joshua Adé

September 18, 2020
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When Atlanta-based Local 600 Unit Still Photographer Eli Joshua Adé was made aware of Georgia’s “stay at home” notice, he was just finishing the pilot of HBO’s futuristic dramatic series, DMZ. With safety being paramount, Adé sequestered himself in his farmhouse in nearby Hampton, where he has been able to spend quality time with his children, Eiland and Indie, and check things off his long-neglected to-do list. When the world started to open back up, Adé says he got back to “a bit of socializing – safely.” That included the COVID-19-friendly re-opening of his coffee shop, All Gøod, for family and friends, in Fayetteville, Georgia, not far from Pinewood Studios Atlanta. In his coffee shop, Adé has posted a caution upon entering – “Masks Requested.”

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