Let us count the ways we loooove our studio at The Goat Farm. Gosh. From the moment we first saw it we just knew it was the perfect place for us. It is so incredibly inspiring and continues to change with the light and the seasons. We never know what will be happening day to day :: there may be a film crew, a nude photo shoot (oh yes, we have stumbled upon several), a street truck food fair … really, you just never know! Spaces that once manufactured cotton gins are now occupied by an array of over 300 artists :: chefs, photographers, metalsmiths, set designers, painters, musicians, dancers (award-winning gloATL), and us! There is an organic farm, a awesome little cafe (they roast their own beans and brew their own beer!), a huge studio for contemporary dance, and an education center for youth-based creative programs. And yes! – There are lots of goats (and chickens, and a big ol’ pig named Olivia)! To read more about The Goat Farm, visit their Facebook page, and definitely check out the event schedule. There is always something going on. Ohhhhh – and have you heard about PushStart Kitchen?! And one of the very best parts about our studio at the Goat Farm is that we share it with Ginny Branch, stylist extraordinaire. We love her dearly; her smiling face makes every moment we’re there just a little bit brighter. If you haven’t already you have to check out her What’s in Your Toolbox column on Design*Sponge. You’ll be seeing many more exciting things that we’re collaborating with Ginny on in the near future…You may remember our Indian Summer workshop we hosted this past summer in our studio with Ginny! For more photos of that see the whole feature on 100 Layer Cake.We also did the whole Peaches and Cream photo shoot for Martha Stewart’s ”The Bride’s Guide” at the Goat Farm, photographed by one of our favorite gals Heidi Geldhauser.You also may have heard of the totally awesome sold-out Scoutmob Halloween party held at the Goat Farm this past year! Atlanta Magazine included the Goat Farm on their “Best of Atlanta 2011” roundup, also spotlighting yours truly (see our press page to view the article)!So we obviously just can’t say enough good stuff about our love for The Goat Farm. You’ll just have to see it for yourself. Next time you’re in our neck of the woods, please stop by and say hello!