Not many of you may know this, but I am the photographer for a theater company called all for One. My relationship with this wonderful group started when I was fairly young. My dad has been with this company from the start and spent many years working behind the scenes, to eventually acting onstage, and then back to behind the scenes helping assist the director. I kinda did the same. Over the years, I have worked as crew and have been a part of the cast, but now my role is photographer. And let me tell you, I absolutely love it! Their current play is The Princess and the Goblin. I seriously had some trouble taking pictures because I couldn’t stop laughing!! The play opens tonight and runs next weekend as well. PLEASE don’t miss the opportunity to see this!! It is awesome entertainment suited for your whole family!!
Here are some pictures of the cast and crew! I will be posting more pictures soon!! :)
Don't they all look like a fun group of people to spend the evening with?!? Don't miss your chance! You can purchase tickets by going to: http://allforonefw.wordpress.com/ :)
This particular offer is only available until February 28, 2014 and may end sooner at my discretion. The price for this package is $60 for all sessions that are booked before 2.14.14 - any session booked after that is $75. This session is recommended for only one subject or one group of subjects. The subject(s) can be human or pets. All the prints offered as a part of this package must be of the same photograph. Additional prints may be purchased. This offer only applies within Fort Wayne area. Additional fees may be added for travel outside of this area. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. You can contact me through my website, call, or email me. My phone number is (260) 267-0303 and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you!! :)
We have yet another Winter Storm Watch. And this one looks like it will be pretty nasty. They are saying 6 to 10 inches of snow. I think the snow is beautiful. Seeing tiny, frozen crystals floating down from the sky can be mesmerizing, and yet when I see the simple beauty of this flower growing through the cracks, I am reminded once again of the warmth that I find myself missing so much this time of year.