Myrtie Cope is an Atlanta photographer with a focus on architecture and nature. Ms. Cope completed the Summer Intensive and Advanced Intensive certificate program at Rocky Mountain School of Photography in 2008. She is pleased to have both architectural and nature photos in several private and public collections around Atlanta including the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport, Emory Midtown Hospital, Emory University Hospital J-Wing Patient Tower, Broadstone Yards, the Huntley on Park Avenue, and the Asbury Cafe at Emory University Hospital. Her ongoing project photographing historic theaters in the Southeast – “Second Act” -was exhibited at the Atlanta Photography Group Gallery in 2017 and she was interviewed on GPB’s City Lights about the project. Recent solo exhibitions include “My South” at A Novel Experience Bookstore, “The Poetry of Trees” at Smyrna Public Library Art Gallery, “Okefenokee” at Judie Jacobs Gallery, and “Pixels and Patchwork” at A Novel Experience. She has been juried into numerous group exhibitions at Atlanta Photography Group Gallery, SlowExposures, Photoplace Gallery, Southeast Center for Photography, SXSE Gallery and A. Smith Gallery.


Olympus EM1 Mark II Camera

Olympus 12-40 mm F2.8 Lens