Greenville, South Carolina

In April, 2015, two of my best friends, Steven Nelson and Jason Welch, moved to Greenville, South Carolina to continue growing their bow tie company, The Good South. I had never even given thought to Greenville, SC as it was roughly eight hours away and I didn't know a soul there. After a little over a year, I was finally able to make it out here and see first hand why Steven and Jason love this place so much. Through some of the photos, you can see why this is an incredible, vivacious, growing, revitalized city that has something new to offer every single day.

Started the week off by venturing around downtown and visiting Reedy River Historic Park and Greenway. People come throughout the day to sit, relax, read, and take pictures. Peaceful and tranquil.

Reedy River Falls | Greenville, SC

Liberty Bridge at Falls Park | Greenville, SC

Reedy River Falls | Greenville, SC

Reedy River Falls | Greenville, SC

Ducks on the Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Ducks on the Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Ducks on the Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Downtown | Greenville, SC

Reedy River Falls | Greenville, SC

Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Medusa Tree, Falls Park, Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Falls Park, Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Falls Park, Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Falls Park, Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Falls Park, Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Falls Park, Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Falls Park, Reedy River | Greenville, SC

Throughout downtown, you'll find a multitude of hand painted murals on the brick buildings. Some old, some new, but all of them add to the artistic, revitalized downtown.

Coca-Cola Mural, Downtown | Greenville, SC​

Greenville, South Carolina, has a rich history in the textile industry dating back to the late 1800′s. As late as 1980 Greenville had earned recognition as Textile Center of the World.

The Old Cigar Warehouse | Greenville, SC

Right off Main Street, you'll find this antique and gift shop called We Took to the Woods. This place is full of incredible leathers, antique silver, crystal glassware, vintage flags, handmade artisan candles, and delectable dark chocolate.