It was a pleasure photographing the UR reunions again this year!
Promoting Art for Life Enrichment Through Transgenerational Engagement (PALETTE) is a program that connects health professional students (mostly VCU pharmacy students, I believe) and active older adults. Together, they create art projects together. It’s all about fostering friendships that can break down generational stereotypes. It was a pleasure photographing another exhibit and reception for the program.
I photographed the University of Richmond’s Reunions a few weekends ago. It’s always a pleasure seeing old friends back come together.
Happy 100th birthday to this fashionista, my grandmother-in-law, Beatrice Sweeney. Bea was born on June 17, 1915–the same year Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra were born. Woodrow Wilson was president and WWI was just beginning.
Come to St. Stephen’s during the month of February and see an exhibit of my photographs from the Dominican Republic.
Prints and framed images are available for sale. All proceeds donated to support this summer’s youth mission trip to the DR.
Portraits of poet and teacher, Leslie Shiel, for her soon-to-be published chapbook.
I know that my friends, the Whorleys, look like models assembled to act like a family for a magazine shoot. But they are real. They really do look and love this beautifully.
Fall is a reminder of the joy of color, the joy of falling down, the joy even of getting hurt and getting back up on our feet ready to try again.
I love working with students new to photography who teach me how to see in unique ways. This weekend I went out with Annie Ward, who is 18 and has a new DSLR camera, to Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Plants–the most patient subjects! We explored depth of field, pattern, light, and perspective.