Author: Mindy Scarlett

Year of the Dogs

and the primates, vulpes and swine too... For more than 20 years, Vincent J. Musi scoured the globe for that perfect 1/60th of a second where his camera reveals the beauty of nature. His affinity for animals, and his dogged determination to capture them at their most graceful, made him a favorite for National Geographic. Today, he captures the beauty of animals in a different way, with his special “The Underdogs” project which sees him training his lens on shelter dogs, revealing the beauty beneath their imperfections and quirks.

Legal Eagles 2021

No one ever calls a lawyer because everything is going just fine, thank you. No, we only call them when our backs are to the wall, in those moments that have the potential to change everything for the worse. They are the unsung heroes of the courtroom, fighting for our rights and ensuring that small voices are heard. And if you’ve watched even a few moments of television, you know that there are thousands upon thousands of lawyers out there. So how do you choose? South has taken the guesswork out of your search, putting the spotlight on eight who have raised the bar for the legal profession. Read all about them, then put their number in your phone for those moments you’ll need them most.

Dine South: The Art of Food

Featuring the work of Mary Britton Senseney. Once upon a time, if you were responsible for making food look good for a photo shoot, your title was usually something basic like home economist. However, as the concept matured, the phases “prop stylist”, “food stylist” and “food photographer” were coined and it now takes a team to create spectacular food photography.

Surviving the Test of Time: Whelan Chiropractic ~ 23 Years in Practice

Dr. Chris Whelan never stops. When he is not in the office, he can be found on movie sets helping stuntmen and actors, coaching swimming at the Savannah Golf Club, or biking around downtown Savannah. During the work week you will often see him racing around the squares, riding down River Street, or eating on Broughton.

Surviving the Test of Time: Celia Dunn ~ 40 Years in Business

Celia Dunn, owner of Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty, has been in real estate for 46 years. Larry Dunn was a bit surprised when his wife decided to start her own company. He stepped up to be the CFO, allowing Celia to concentrate on her passion: real estate. Fast forward to today, she has built a strong team with Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty, and is a force to be reckoned with in the Southeast.

Surviving the Test of Time: Most Plastic Surgery ~ 16 Years in Practice

The only regret Dr. Daniel Most has is that he did not take the plunge into entrepreneurship a decade earlier. However, he did take the plunge, and Savannah is all the better for that decision. His down-to-earth approach and dedication to detail has served his patients well, providing solutions to seemingly impossible situations such as reconstructive surgery after an accident.

Surviving the Test of Time: Dr. Sidney P. Smith ~ 26 Years in Practice

The secret to success according to Dr. Sidney Smith is treating each patient like they were a member of his own family. This dedication to patient advocacy has resulted in Georgia Skin & Cancer Clinic becoming one of the premier dermatologist centers in the Southeast since it opened in 1995. Today they have over 100 team members all treating patients like family.

Surviving the Test of Time: Lori Judge: Judge Realty

Lori Judge wanted to open a real estate agency with a difference. And she has succeeded in creating a brokerage that is committed to green business practices, supports the local and regional artistic community and keeps up with the expanding Savannah marketplace.