Thursday, July 30, 2009

In the news

There are so many things that I still have to do before I leave again for Europe. First, I'm working on my photographer friend Trin's Portfolio:


It's still in the works, don't worry.

I also have sooo many new pictures on my flickr! It's so exciting to see film processed a year after taking the pictures. It's one of my favorite things in life :)

Finally, I have a small update of sorts. My news letter for the month can be found here:
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Monday, July 27, 2009


So I've been working diligently on my computer to put everything online. I have my first YouTube video as well as my FIRST Flash site. Oh yea!

Check em out!

> > Video

> > Flash Portfolio

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Back from Cornerstone!

This past week, I was able to attend my favorite even of the year… CORNERSTONE! It was such a blessing to be around so many musicians who have a passion for Christ. Granted, I didn’t enjoy most of the music played, but I know the bands meant well.

I also got the opportunity to talk to several organizations like Project AK-47, Blood Water Mission, and a group that trains college age kids in how to live in community. I forget the name of the group, but after talking with them, I know that I would have joined in a year ago if I hadn’t already committed to YWAM.

My favorite part about the festival is the community - the people at my camp, running into people several times throughout the week and getting to know them, and most of all meeting people that I never knew here in Nashville. There are so many people here with the same passions as me. It makes me excited to see where this city is going…

I’m currently working on putting together a fundraiser show to promote the book. I’m not quite sure where to start, so if you have any ideas… LET ME KNOW!

Please keep that in your prayers as well as the design itself for the book. The Ethiopia team returned about a month ago with updates from our friends and more pictures that we can feature in the book as well!
Also, please pray for my friend Taylor. He is finishing up his last week in the School of Intercessory Prayer and needs to return home this fall, but does not have the fund for it. If you’d like to help him return after almost a year away from the states, please contact him:

Finally, I am here in Nashville until September 23rd and am ready to take your picture! Seriously, if you know anyone getting engages (or married), seniors, family, you name it that needs their portraits, contact me and I can set up an appointment. The initial price is $75 for the sitting fee (you choose the location) + $50-$250 packages.