Fixing the magnet to release the shutter on my #Canon #AE1 – #ThisOldCamera #tw
This little stroke awareness video was fun to capture and produce. We spent lots of time setting up the sequence of dropping the pot along with getting the right angle as she clutches her arms.
It was her first ride on the swings, and she was so nervous! But she climbed into the seat and away she flew! #FiveGoingOnSix #Canon #5dmkiii #AndersonFair #Rosebud
There is nothing more wonderful than looking into the eyes of your first born…seeing her brave smile atop the highest point of the ferris wheel! Yep…I am just a bit afraid of heights! #Rosebud
Thanks to our friends at Fork Rescue Squad and the wonderful actors who helped us produce the stroke awareness videos in Townville, SC. #TownvilleStrong #stroke #strokemonth
Breaking apart and repairing another box camera. This one is an Ansco No. 2 Buster Brown camera probably made around 1906, originall priced around $2.00. It uses Ansco no. 4a film or 120 film. Love these old box cameras!
Super proud of Aron Gilliam! She has done so well as a #ProjectSearch intern at AnMed Health! She has been a wonderful story to follow the last nine months. #storytelling #diversity #inclusion
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.