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A SigEp Homecoming

 A SigEp Homecoming 2014

This past weekend I had the pleasure of again photographing for Sigma Phi Epsilon during their SigEp Homecoming weekend in Richmond. It was my introduction to Richmond (other than trips to the airport); we look forward to returning often.

I photographed events at Zollinger House (SigEp headquarters) and Hollywood Cemetery, where they offered a memorial service for “Uncle Billy”, one of the Founders. We traveled to Richmond University to see the Founders Walk and to hear President Edward Ayers, Ph.D share his thoughts on the competition for students’ energy and time. The Jefferson Hotel was the site for a donor function, and Wow! what lovely place to visit.

I received a much better grasp of SigEp’s history since its founding 113 years ago. Please enjoy the images!

I expect this was the last event I cover with my Nikon equipment. I am in process of switching to Sony for larger image sizes, better image quality, and a learning curve to conquer!

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Microsoft Corporate Event Photography

Microsoft Corporate Event Photography:  US EPG MGX

Microsoft Corporate Event Photography

Microsoft Corporate Event Photography

That is “US Enterprise and Partner Group”.’

I am a Microsoft Partner, but I still don’t know what this group does. These were the managers, and they had a good year financially. My take-away:  Oracle is in deep trouble and the cloud is king.

The event took place at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead:

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Best of the Bentley Collections

Carroll Morgan photographing the Bentley Collection

Courtesy of David Brown, Adonai Studios

Best of the Bentley Collections

On Good Friday David Brown, architect and friend of the Bentley family, and I had the privilege of photographing some of Fred Bentley’s art collection at the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art.

I intended to simply photograph panoramic images of the art, but Mr. Bentley (“Uncle Fred” to his friends, and everyone is his friend!) happened to drop by to see the collection before the opening tomorrow. It was a pleasure to hear him describe some of his favorite pieces and learn about the artists.

David and I will return tomorrow evening to photograph the opening.

 

Panoramics of the collection:

Fred, Sr. presents some of his art:

 

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