Last Monday afternoon supporters of Earlier.org gathered for a round of golf benefiting Earlier.org! As many as 70 survivors & supporters played 18 holes at Greensboro Country Club Farm Course. The eight annual event was started by Greensboro Police Captain, Sean Gladieux & wife, Jill, an 11 year breast cancer survivor. What an awesome way to raise awareness & help raise funds for such a worthy cause!!
This beautiful bride is now officially Mrs. Taylor!! And that means that I can officially share these portraits with y'all! It was such an honor to capture every step of their engagement starting with engagement portraits, the bridal portraits featured in this blog & topping it off yesterday at their ceremony & reception. More photos from yesterday wedding are coming but for now here are some of my favorite photos that we captured of Haley!
Doctor Gerald L. Truesdale M.D. was raised in High Point, North Carolina & is a graduate of William Penn Senior High School. Dr. Truesdale furthered his education by attending Morehouse College located in Atlanta, Georgia. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry before continuing to the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine where he specialized in plastic & reconstructive surgery, hand surgery & burn reconstruction.
With great excitement Exposing Hope is nearly 6 weeks away! I just wanted to take a moment to share an update on the event. To date we have captured portraits of 26 breast cancer survivors in the Robert Chou Photography studio with plans to photograph 7 more before the end of the month!
Over a period 31 years Coach Brent Holmes has touched the lives of many soccer, basketball & baseball players. In his 29 years as a soccer coach he had an estimated 435 players. Four of them happened to be his children- Mary Beth, Margaret, Katie & Alex. Some years included coaching two teams per season. His main goal was never to win but instead enjoy the game & for his players to have fun.
It was a great evening catching up with Hannah & her mom while capturing portraits to commemorate her senior year. With only a few days until she starts college I didn't want to miss the opportunity to share these portraits!
Not only were Malik's portraits extremely fun to capture but he helped me to tailor them to showcase his awesome personality! From downtown to the Wesleyan soccer fields it was an evening full of great moments.
Austin came to his portrait session well prepared with many wardrobe changes & an open mind to the different poses we photographed him in. It was a great way to start off summer portrait session with Class of 2018 seniors!
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!