I am so proud of La-Keisha! She has truly emerged from her shell. She was so quiet during her first interview close to 9 months ago, now her confidence is so evident! #ProjectSearch has been a great influence on her professional life!
Home means so many things to so many people. I think back when I was working in Phoenix, and people would ask…where is your home? I would say Clemson. Now, when people ask where is home, I say Anderson, SC.
When I think of our home, I think of our 100 year old home. We think it is around 100 years old, at-least that is what the public records show…dating back to around the 1920’s.
There is nothing better than a good ole fashion pounding, something I had never heard of before this past week.
“Pounding” is a tradition where a church family stocks the new pastor’s pantry and refrigerator with food. The custom dates back to the original Quakers
I love this image on so many levels. This was shot with a Kodak Brownie Target Six 20 box camera, which dates back to 1946. It uses 620 Film which is almost the same as 120 film. I had it developed at The Darkroom in California who provides high-resolution scans of the images. I am just amazed at the clarity of this image coming from such an old camera with old glass.
There is a lot of discussion and “chest beating” when production crews show off their gear. You know the “gear heads” that like to show the biggest and baddest camera(s) regardless of the production.
Looking forward our return to Cange, Haiti to tell the story how water is transforming a village; all because of Clemson Engineers!