I am honored to have the opportunity to present along side the amazing likes of Jeremy Coward, Bruce Berg, Booray Perry, Kira Derryberry, and Linda Long!
Food photography is more than taking a photo of a delicious meal, it is a way to stir the emotions with beautiful imagery that tells a story and allows the viewer to “taste with their eyes.” In this workshop Genna Sellers and Colby McLemore will share their enthusiasm for food photography and proven techniques to create impact. Everything from lighting considerations, lens choices, and food styling will be discussed with plenty of hands on opportunities during this all day event in downtown Knoxville, TN on Sunday, February 26th 2015.
For more information please contact Genna Sellers at 865.712.5910.
For the third year in a row I have been honored to be a part of the American Heart Association's Go Red Campaign. The AHA strives to raise awareness and support research for heart disease which is the number one cause of death for women. To learn more about taking charge of your heart health go to: http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/ .
This year's Go Red for Women Luncheon was an amazing success Largely due to the efforts of the Circle of Red and Men Go Red members.
Circle of Red Members: Ashleigh Adkins, Danika Bull, Denise Davis, Beth Foster, Connie French, Deborah Hamilton, Michelle Hardin, Beth Haynes, Katie Heatherly, Vicky Helton, Jaime Hemsley, Carole Herson Martin, Jacki Imbrey, Nancy Keith, Karen McKinney, Stacy Moody, Claire Queisser, Ann Seaman
Men Go Red Members: Dr. Leonard Brabson, Dr. Malcolm Foster, Ray Gaudet, Neil Heatherly, Steve Heatherly, Richard Jansen, Andrew King, Scott Seaman, Dr. Troy Trondson, and Ben Youree.
Knoxville, TN is full of cool retail establishments. Recently I had the opportunity to photograph Curiosities in Knoxville, TN. You never know what you treasures will find at Curiosities. Meleah McCammon, proprietor, has described Curiosities as a store full of "metaphysical supplies, antiques, and unique finds." But what else can be found there?
NAPRT, the North American Paranormal Research Team, lead by co-founders Kenny Hayes and Mark LaBello, were curious to find out. Their team was joined by first time investigators Kim Hansard, co-host of the Marc and Kim Morning Show on Star 102.1 and her husband Ralph. Included here are some of the images that chronicle their investigation. To learn more, check out NAPRT or the Marc and Kim Show.
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