2022: The year in photos

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November 30, 2022



We might remember 2022 as a reboot — the year of getting back out there. We gave ourselves permission to start dining out again, to travel again, to dress up again. The last few years have also been a period of profound creativity — for interior designers, chefs and artists. At SouthPark, we’re thrilled to be able to work with some of the best photographers in the city and region. Here, we highlight some of their work and share some of our favorite images from the last year.

Featured photo: September The gift of 50 years. John Dabbs Ltd. celebrates five decades, photographed by Amy Kolo

February Love Stories. James and Miracle Yoder of Not Just Coffee in South End photographed by Richard Israel


February Taking flight. Hot-air ballooning in Statesville photographed by Jennings Cool Roddey


April Ranch reimagined. A 1960s Lansdowne home redesigned for indoor-outdoor living photographed by Laura Sumrak with styling by Kendra Surface


April Coming up roses. Giovy Buyers, owner of Southern Blossom Florist in Dilworth photographed by Peter Taylor


May Garden party. Spring style feature photographed by Olly Yung with styling by Whitley Adkins and Brooke Werhane Maples


AprilWoodland wonder. MapleWalk, a private garden owned by Tom Nunnenkamp and Lib Jones photographed by Dustin Peck


August Closet crush. Artist Kent Youngstrom photographed in his studio by Amy Kolo


May Postcards from Italy. Roasted oysters at Ever Andalo photographed by Justin Driscoll


September Sandhills sojourn. A weekend in picturesque Pinehurst photographed by Mira Adwell with styling by Whitley Adkins


July Sea Worthy. Model Bella Davison photographed at the Beaufort Hotel by Mira Adwell, styling by Whitley Adkins


September The statesman. Pro golfer Webb Simpson at home in Quail Hollow photographed by Bob Karp


August Life in bloom. A hand-painted mural by artist Bari J. Ackerman photographed by Megan Easterday


September Staying the course. A powder room in a Longview home designed by Anne Buresh and photographed by Dustin Peck


October A purpose-driven art. Scott Avett in his art studio outside downtown Concord photographed by Mallory Cash


October Spooky spirits. Mena Killough’s Kill Devil Rum punch photographed by Justin Driscoll 


November Serving up hospitality. Augusto Conte at his flagship restaurant Toscana photographed by Peter Taylor


Featured Photo: September The gift of 50 years. John Dabbs Ltd.lebrates five decades, photographed by Amy Kolo

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