Located in a quiet neighborhood just off of Historic Hingham Square, Hingham, Massachusetts
This 300 year old historic home was built in 1690 by the Lincoln family. In 1890 the home was enlarged by the Michael Burns family and offers guests the comforts of a home away from home.
Your Hosts: Janet and Terry McNulty
Before meeting and having the opportunity to photograph Kendall performing, his amazing new release T.I.M.E had already moved me, just as Kendall put it “I’m so grateful that “Time” spoke to you”. In deed it has. I am looking forward to having this beautiful tune as part of my Haiti project.
“I believe I was placed here on this Earth to inspire those that have lost sight of their dreams to encourage those that have lost all hope and to help heal the broken. My desire is to create and perform heart felt music not only to stimulate the heart and mind but reach and touch the soul. “T.I.M.E.” – Truths in Many Experiences – Kendall Ramseur
Kendall is just amazing and inspiring !!
I was very pleased and excited to be called upon from Akiba Abaka, Audience Development Manager of ArtsEmerson to photograph the first campus event for the Elma Lewis Center for Civic Engagement, Learning, and Research
The Elma Lewis Center for Civic Engagement, Learning, and Research and ArtsEmerson:The World On Stage presented a panel discussion on the presence of race and class disparities in media responses to urban and suburban acts of violence. Presented in conjunction with ArtsEmerson’s presentation of Columbinus, a powerful and poignant drama based on the 1999 school shootings at Columbine High School.
The panel discussion was moderated by Kelly Bates, Esq., Founding Executive Director of the Elma Lewis Center with an introduction by Lee Pelton, President of Emerson College, who has been a national leader on the issue of gun safety. Panelists included Phillip Martin (Senior Investigative Reporter, WGBH-FM), Courtney Mark Grey (Director of Trauma Services, Boston Public Health Commission), Michael Patrick MacDonald (Author of All Souls: A Family Story from Southie and Easter Rising, co-founder of Boston’s city-wide gun buyback program), Betty Shoels (Aunt of Columbine shooting victim Isaiah Shoels), and Taisha Akins (Activist).
TALK OF MEDIA AND GUN VIOLENCE by Dan O’Brien, Journalist & News Editor for Emerson College.
Many thanks to Akiba Abaka, Kelly Bates, Dr. Sylvia Spears and Lee Pelton !!
My name is Venita Bell Shaw and I would like to welcome you to “my world of blog”. Here is where I will share with you my everyday life experiences with photography and my work especially as it relates to Photo Philanthropy | Event Photography.
Photo Philanthropy is having the opportunity to work with non-profit organizations that have specific visions and goals. My intent is to help you see your visions, surpass your goals and stay true to your mission. It will be my job to assist you in your communicating strategies by providing solutions to your audiences through my work as a Photographer. It is my job to engage the audience and to tell the story.