Taking these photos for a project at Communities In Schools of Nevada, an extremely effective dropout prevention program, was such a great experience. Sharing a few moments with each of these promising students who live and go to school in some of the most challenged communities in the country (and getting them to laugh or do something goofy) is truly a privilege. I literally break into a big smile every time I look at these faces.
Cleveland Indians catcher and Scottsdale native, Lou Marson, heads back to the spring training field. He trains hard, plays harder and generally enjoys life on and off the field. He’s accomplished a lot at age 26, but still has one or two wild dreams up his sleeve. Click on the picture to read the story.
This client (through my friends at LuCorp Marketing) always comes up with fun ideas for articles to syndicate online and get out to magazines. They love what they do and their enthusiasm is contagious!
If you’ve never been to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, I highly recommend it.
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Well, I would have watched it anyway…HGTV, DIY, Bravo, Food Network…my not-so-secret addictions. So, after having had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Design Star finalist, Britany Simon, there’s no way I will miss an episode.
A big part of what makes these reality competition shows so much fun is feeling that you are getting to know each of the contestants – the ones you love and the ones you love to hate. You stress out with them, laugh with them, cry with them and share in their victories each week. So, here’s your chance to get to know a little more about this Scottsdale native and what she brings to the mix. Click on the cover to read the story.
I know who I’m cheering for every Tuesday night.