In light of recent events and closures, I am helping my fellow parishioners of Panther Creek Baptist Church in Clyde, NC have access to worship services. Here you will find our first recorded message from Reverend Ronald Q. Greene for April 5, 2020. Deciding to close the church due to the virus known as COVID-19 was a heart-wrenching decision for both the Pastor as well as the Deacon Board. However, the church is still alive and living within our hearts.
Family photography is important but do we document our families enough? What if you lost those images like I have?
The poem “Echoes” by Glenda Barret reminded me of a gorgeous Blue Ridge Moutain Top Wedding I had the pleasure of photographing last year. Here I read the poem through the context of marriage and love of the mountains. Along with sharing the images that echo in my mind from this sweet couple Leah and Joe.
Have you wondered do you have to have readings at a wedding? No, but they add a special touch to your vows. Wedding photographer Sabrina L. Greene shares her favorite passages to help you in search for the perfect words to say I DO! Selections include authors such as Margaret Atwood, D. H. Lawrence, and more.
Creating a business is like a woman giving birth to a baby. How do I know? I have done both, so I understand the pains
Western North Carolina and the greater Asheville area have become a destination hot spot for weddings and elopements over the years. Why? People both far
As I continue to explore why I chose my career and where I want to go with my artistic vision, I cannot help but delve
As an artist finding your artistic voice is a journey that can take a while. Often you will try many different genres, mimic masters, run
Today I attended my son’s IEP meeting at school, where I learned he continues to struggle with focus and comprehension. It has been difficult for
In the second week of November, I hit a slump. Not just any slump but a deep-dark-depressive spiral slump that left me feeling numb and empty. I had no energy or motivation, and just felt miserable! I even found myself questioning, can you lose your creativity?