A year ago, Sara Jensen needed birthday gifts for her nephews. However being on a limited budget money was tight. Being a beginner seamstress Sara needed something easy to create. She started out designing incredible bow ties. It never dawned on her that Family Ties, Sara’s home based business, would be the result. After posting to social media she suddenly found herself with multiple orders coming through. From there Sara was hired by friends and family to create blankets, burp clothes, hair bows, you name it!
Monday friends, members of the medical advisory board, past & present members of the board of directors, etc. gathered for the announcement of the 2017 research grants. It was a great evening together to celebrate all of the new research that will take place in the next year!
After meeting Amy & her mother Joan in the fall I think I can speak for everyone at Earlier.org when I say that it was the highest honor to be invited to Atlanta for an event hosted by the Robach's & benefiting Earlier.org. Not only were we able to reconnect with old friends but in such a breathtaking space, atop Ponce City Market at the 9 Mile Station in Atlanta.
When you think back to being 16, does it involve impacting well over 60,000 people across 37 states & in 6 countries? No? Me either. Asheboro’s Lucas Hunt, creator of the Thank You Jesus Movement, has sold 60,000 yard signs [& counting] in the 14 months since the beginning. Those three words “Thank You Jesus” have so much power in them.
Spending the morning with James Beard Foundation cookbook winner, Ronni Lundy & Proximity's Executive Chef, Leigh Hesling was not informative but extremely tasty! Ronni & Leigh worked together to take recipes from her book, Vicutals, that were simple & also comforting. With each course that was served the attendees of Friday's brunch grew to love the duo more & more.
Ethan is one of those guys when you meet him you feel like you've know each other for years. It was such a pleasure to meet & work with Ethan to capture his senior portraits. Here are some highlights from our time together!
Everyone has had that one teacher. You know, the one that made you feel that you could do anything you set your mind to. You know, the one that supported & encouraged you even after the school door had closed. For many students at McNairy Elementary, Ms. Vickie Plott has been that teacher.
When I began my journey as a photographer six years ago I would never have imagined where God would take me. As a result of His faithfulness, I have met incredible clients that are now friends & worked with other brilliantly creative minds to produce art. I’ve truly learned so much about myself as an artist. As I begin my third year of partnering with Earlier.org - Friends for an Earlier Breast Cancer Test®, I am humbled to announce that Robert Chou Photography will be hosting an event, Exposing Hope.
The essence of Mickey Atkinson can be summed up into these five simple words which have so much power. Former Guilford County Schools teacher & current owner of Sedgefield Florist [located on W Gate City Blvd] is a blessing to all who meet him. His everyday actions make him a hero to many.
16 cents ministry was born from simple beginnings. A want to enrich the lives of fellow Greensboro citizens that might be less fortunate than those who started it. The name might sounds strange if you didn’t know where it came from. One evening toward the beginning of the ministry members were feeding the homeless. A lady was so moved by the kind gesture she was instant on paying them for the meal.