Below are several of the spaces created by Cris Angsten, who offers interior decorating services in the Chattanooga Tennessee area and specializes in helping her clients find their style. These include the StoneFort Inn and Terra Mae Restaurant of Chattanooga (now remodeled as the Dwell Hotel and Matilda Midnight following sale to a new owner, Dancing Bear Appalachian Bistro in Townsend TN, and Oakleaf Cottage in Trenton GA.
I’m proud to announce that I will once again be the official photographer for the Shine Fashion Show in April. The annual event, now in its 5th year, benefits the US-based nonprofit, Love Without Reason.
The Fashion Show and Celebrity Walk-Off on April 6th will be an exciting evening of fun, fashion, and food!
International Designers Sushma Patel and the Afro-Centric Network will bring their outstanding fashion lines, an impressive array of hors d’ oeuvres from the kitchen of The Sonata will be open to all of our guests during this event, and a wonderful collection of Silent Auction items will be on display.
There will be door prizes and opportunities to pose with your favorite models at the event!
The photos you see here are from a previous fashion show for the same organization that I photographed in Chattanooga.
The runway will not only feature experienced models, but also some of Atlanta’s own celebrities!
Watch and cheer for your favorite celebrity as they swagger in designer style down the lit runway at the Sonesta ES Suites Gwinett Place Atlanta in Duluth, GA! Doors open at 6 PM. Tickets are $40.
It may feel like the end of the 2018-19 school year will never arrive, but in spite of the still-chilly weather, Spring Break is nearly upon us with summer following closely behind. Senior Year… I know you are excited and nervous thinking about it. You’ll have a lot of things on your mind in the weeks and months ahead, including where to get your Senior Pictures done.
Here are 5 reasons to call Steven Stiefel to set up your Senior Portrait Photo Shoot this Spring:
I participated in a fantastic Writers Workshop with Neal Wooten and Martha Templeton. Some of the information covered was a refresher, but I did enjoy getting their insight into what gets published. They really drove home the importance of hooking the interest of readers in the first sentence and how agents and publishers are like anyone sorting through a pile of potential employees, rarely giving documents more than a passing glance before moving on to the next person.
Neal shared a photo of Snookie from “Jersey Shore” to illustrate the importance of having a platform of potential readers than an author can attract. In other words, the inferior author with the book proposal who can demonstrate the capacity to generate the most exposure online or by word-of-mouth will likely get a book deal faster than someone with vastly superior talent who nevertheless lacks the ability to self-promote.