Thousands from Atlanta’s LGBTQ community  jammed the city’s midtown district for the 3-hour-long Pride parade, after a two-year hiatus because of COVID-19. Pictured: A lesbian couple kiss as street preachers behind them taunt and insult the crowd.

Thousands from Atlanta’s LGBTQ community jammed the city’s midtown district for the 3-hour-long Pride parade, after a two-year hiatus because of COVID-19.

Pictured: A lesbian couple kiss as street preachers behind them taunt and insult the crowd.

Robin Rayne, documentary photojournalist

Robin Rayne is a nationally-published magazine, newspaper and documentary photojournalist based near Atlanta, Georgia.  

About Robin

Robin Rayne, photojournalist, Canton, GA USAphoto credit: Stanley LearyAll permissions for use granted

Robin Rayne, photojournalist, Canton, GA USA

photo credit: Stanley Leary

All permissions for use granted

Robin Rayne is an Atlanta-based and internationally-published magazine and newspaper photojournalist and documentary film producer, specializing in developmental disability issues,human rights, gender diversity, social justice issues and the escalating political drama in Georgia. 

Spanning a 35-year national magazine career, Robin's work has regularly appeared in Newsweek, Time, Business Week, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, NBC News, LePoint, Paris Match and Der Spiegel, among dozens more. Robin’s photographs and essays are syndicated globally by ZUMA Press

Robin produces stories and films with a goal of reshaping the way society views those who are different, often shunned, misunderstood, rejected and devalued