This past Thursday night I photographed a fashion show for Lingerie de Amor’s. This was a charity event to find a cure for Crohn’s disease. While getting ready for the event may have felt a little crazy, everyone really pulled it together to make this inaugural event a real success. A big thanks to all the models, sponsors, and everyone involved in making this a truly successful event. Here are just a few of the looks seen on the runway and a taste of what can be found at Lingerie de Amor’s.
Congratulations to the Sanford Community Adult Education graduating class of 2011. We at MH2Photo wish you all the best of luck in your future pursuits. As I say the word luck though I realize luck has nothing to do with it as you have all chosen to take control of your futures and make it happen. So be proud of yourselves and again, congratulations!!
While in New Zealand I had the pleasure of meeting a lot of Huiru’s friends. One friend, Yana Zhang has spent her life dedicated to her passion, playing and making beautiful violins. Here is an interview we filmed of Yana…
A heartfelt congratulations to all the graduates of the class of 2011 at Yarmouth High School. This past Sunday the graduation ceremony for Yarmouth High School was held on what might have been one of the most beautiful days we have seen in weeks. On hand to deliver the commencement speech was former governor the Honorable Angus King. He delivered a motivating speech in which he described some of his key moments as governor. One such story I believe also did a great job of summing up what made him such an amazing and effective governor. He described how when he first proposed the controversial idea of the Maine Learning Technology Initiative he said he received many calls from the public. One such caller stated, and I paraphrase, “We are a poor state please let someone else lead this initiative” to which governor King responded, and I paraphrase again, “because we are a poor state we must lead”. I truly feel that responses like that defined the character of Angus King. I know the kids enjoyed his speech and took it heart as they are a part of his legacy now being some of the first group of students to receive laptops under the MLTI program. So cheers to our graduates and a Bravo to former governor the Honorable Angus King.
I spent this afternoon with the senior class of Yarmouth High School on their Senior Picnic at Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth. The kids were blessed with amazing weather today and many of them took advantage of it by taking a dip at the beach while others played Frisbee or whiffle ball. The kids also had a special moment as they first read the letters they wrote to themselves in the 9th grade. For most I think the found them pretty humorous. Then a more heartfelt tone could be felt as they read the letters written by their parents. For many this was a much more personal moment and one which many found their own little places to read their letters. All in all it was a great day that marked one of the few remaining events of their high school experience. I know I enjoyed being part of it as well. Here are the photos: