Storytelling: A Journey for a Domestic Violence Victim

This has to be one of the most powerful stories we have captured since I started working with Safe Harbor eight years ago. Each year, we have pushed the boundaries, getting to a place where real, raw emotion translated into such palatable words. Jenita is such an inspiring woman, with an amazing ability to share emotion in a way that we could truly see into her soul.

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Home…is it a relative term that we can all identify?

Home…is it a relative term that we can all identify? 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. Rose and I were riding down the road the other day, she wanted to look at the pictures on my phone. She loves looking through some of the pictures I capture. Many times, she likes to find the funny videos of herself…watching them over and over. As she begins to swipe through the pictures, she stops to look at one in particular. She asks from the back seat, “Daddy, this person’s house looks old and has no roof.” I was wondering what she was talking about, what picture is she referring? To read the whole story and my response to Rosebud, go to the link in my bio.

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.

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Thankful for what these first responders of the Fork Rescue Squad! #TownvilleStrong

On Tuesday, Mark and I spent the day in Townville working with the Fork Rescue Squad and many of the other first responders. We are in the middle of a production raising awareness for the signs of stroke in South Carolina. We spent all day getting to know these men and women, their passion for their work, and their commitment to Townville. The production was happening less than a hundred yards from Townville Elementary, just twenty-four hours before the shooting. Sarah went to Townville Elementary, her family's home is behind the school, and her mother is laid to rest across the street! It was this community that helped us capture some amazing footage! Thankful for what these first responders do each day for their community! #TownvilleStrong

On Tuesday, Mark and I spent the day in Townville working with the Fork Rescue Squad and many of the other first responders. We are in the middle of a production raising awareness for the signs of stroke in South Carolina. We spent all day getting to know these men and women, their passion for their work, and their commitment to Townville.

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