We have to give a big THANKS to Mike and John from Videotronics for remembering our love story and inviting us to go with them and their friends to see Sir Elton. Our first date was when Gregg and I photographed Elton John at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach. He was doing it for The Daytona Beach News-Journal and I was shooting it for a local magazine. Elton opened with “Your Song”, which became our song. And Thursday night Sir Elton closed the night with “Your Song”… how appropriate.
Here are a few of the photos that ran in the newspaper after our first date.
We want to thank all the people who participated in the Pals for Tails Charity event this past Saturday. Thanks to you, we collected lots of much needed supplies for Haile’s Angels Pet Rescue. If you are interested in donating supplies or interested in adopting a pet, please contact us or Haile’s Angels directly at 352-377-6003.
We’ve been photographing Philip since he was 3 months old. It always amazes us to see the dramatic change from the first portrait in the “Watch Me Grow” Album to the last. He has become such a little man.
By the way, we love the suit! It was the perfect outfit for this session.
Throughout the night dancers stayed on their feet. Dancing, cards, games… all to help the Children’s Miracle Network. Here are a few more photos from last night.
Gregg will be spending the next 26+ hours photographing Kappa Delta Sorority and Kappa Sigma Fraternity as they participate in this year’s Children’s Miracle Network Dance Marathon. Here are the photographs from the first 6 hours.
Continue checking back to see how the next 20+ hours go…
What an awesome job was done by the CHS Women’s Auxiliary for the 2008 Puttin’ on the Ritz at the Oaks Mall this past Sunday night. Keith Watson Productions with the help of a lot of volunteers turned the mall into an amazing venue for this annual black tie affair.
As always, there was lots of great food. Everything from gelato to seafood. White Apron took home top honors as the best dressed booth.
People check out the delicious display from White Apron.
There was lots of dancing going on to the live music of Ezee, in addition to a fantastic performance by the Dancompany of Gainesville.
Participants dance and enjoy the music of Ezee.
The Dancompany of Gainesville preformed live routines throughout the night.
The silent Auction was a huge success, raising much needed funds for the Children’s Home Society.
Artist Harry Michael puts some finishing touches on one of his painting.