Savannah Invitational

November 22, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

ssu v providencessu v providenceNot sure of the ID on this one, possibly Kayla Vance There is no #44 on the roster.(Robert Cooper/for the Savannah Morning News) It's just like the good old days. When the holiday season rolls around football is heading into post season and basketball is heating up. This is the second year of the Savannah Invitational Basketball Tournament. It is officially a pre-season event that hosts teams from across the country. 

For the past few months I have been taking assignments from the Savannah Morning News. They are all over the map, meetings, school functions, St. Patty's Day, The Rock and Roll Marathon. I have a couple of shoots this week the first of which as this game pitting the Savannah State University Lady Tigers against the Friars from Providence College. I shot the first half and it was not looking good for the ladies in blue. Oh well.

ssu v providencessu v providenceLady Tigers’ Sabree Gallishaw #33, looks for space to take a shot in Tuesday night’s matchup with the Lady Friars of Providence College. Andrea Cooper,, #33, is defending. (Robert Cooper/for the Savannah Morning News) ssu v providencessu v providenceJazmine Bartlett, #32, fro Savannah State drives toward the basket Tuesday night at the civic center(Robert Cooper/for the Savannah Morning News) ssu v providencessu v providenceHeniya Moton, #3, for Savannah State goes airborne in Tuesday's game against Providence College. (Robert Cooper/for the Savannah Morning News)


Updating my website, for fun and profit

November 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

website screenshotwebsite screenshotscreen shot of computer for blog post I've been a busy little beaver. Between flying my new super cool drone, shooting video, shooting assignments for Savannah Morning News and for other clients, playing music, and such, it has been challenge for me to tackle the rather less glamorous tasks of updating my website. Screenshot above.

I have not been happy with the way my site looked or operated for a while–a year at least. It 's been bugging the stink out of me. There were lots of problems. Some of them were technology issues, but most were things that I knew were going to be problems when I did them, but I did them anyway and told myself I would fix them later. So they have mounted up and I couldn't untangle the knot so I just tossed the whole thing and have really started over from scratch. I am still with Zenfolio, for now, and am pretty happy with what I have so far. I am not sure about the links up at the top. I will be tweaking them, but for now they get the job done (only the real estate link is working at this point) for now. But the main thing I am trying to do is to highlight my current shift toward real estate and professional headshots. To that end and to offer more of what people have been asking for, I have been flying my new DJI Mavic Pro. I hope you will check out my video that I did for a new client, who, by the way, was ecstatic. I am pretty pleased with the result myself. I am going to be blogging more about it soon. So let me know what you think. 

Cheers!

 

 


Savannah Jazz Festival Tuesday

September 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Photos from the Savannah Jazz Festival on Tuesday Sept. 19, 2017 at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Club Ben Tucker Pavillion. Folks there couldn't stay in their seats as the Palmetto Latin Orchestra delivered upbeat tunes with a danceable beat. The event was sponsored by the Coastal Jazz Association.


Sunday night at the jazz festival

September 18, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

 

 

It was a great Sunday afternoon and evening to kick off the 36th annual Savannah Jazz Festival at the Westin Savannah Harbor Resort. The big band sounds of the Parris Island Marine Band really set the mood and seemed to inspire the players in the Armstrong University Band. The evening ended with a jam session hosted by Teddy Adams and a crew of area players. The event will continue this week with a full schedule of music and featuring a tribute to Savannah's own Ben Tucker and the premiere Tuesday of a documentary based on his illustrious life and career and tragic death in 2013. checkout the lineup at the festival's website

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A show of hands

September 14, 2016  •  1 Comment

Tropical Strom Julia was neither a threat nor a hindrance for Savannah's art stalwarts–paying for parking in the adjacent is another story. The "rain or shine" invitation said it all. About thirty folks filled the front bar at Soho South Restaurant on Liberty for an arts luncheon sponsored by Daniel Reed Hospitality on Wednesday to hear artists Mary Soeldner and Shirley Henderson speak about art and their lives as working artists. Soeldner lives in Savannah and Henderson lives in Miami. The show and the event were curated and hosted by Casey Belogorska.

 

 
 
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