Ron’s one request was to look boss. Mission accomplished.
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Here’s the Friday Center’s latest “Under the Atrium” event: Fables in Story and Song, featuring the talents of author Daniel Wallace and musician Django Haskins.
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And then there’s the coding, but that’s a whole other headache.
So there you have it: new year, a (somewhat) new site! Please explore and tell me what you think. I’d love to hear your feedback, and if you feel so inclined, contact me for a session.
I visited Duke University to document George with some of his medieval artifacts, a few of which he salvaged from an old twinkie factory.
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I took a trip out to Little Sprout Farm last month to visit my friends Becca and Dave. It was so beautiful.
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Victoria and Lynne like bowling and cats and each other (as i’ve previously documented in their engagement session), and I had a great time photographing at their wedding at St. Stephen’s Episcopal church in Durham.
I’m a huge fan of any couple that plays ‘love shack’ during the reception. So much love, ladies!
Heather, her mom Judy and I spent some quality time together in the freedom park bathroom getting her into this gorgeous dress.
I worked with Haymaker last week, observing and documenting a draft performance of their newest adaptation of elektra.
Our promotional photos included blood, mud and tupperware.
The first draft featured a boxing match and chopping wood on-set with a maul, which sadly i did not get a chance to photograph. (I saw it though, and it was awesome).
This performance was a repeating scene between elektra and her mother, clytemnestra, with several metronomes and a building intensity that I hope carries through in these photographs.
the masterminds behind this show: dan, akiva and emily.