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Thanks for stopping by!

I love the simple things in life.  I love cooking spaghetti for the whole family and baking cupcakes from scratch.  I love the smell of the rain on a hot summer day and a cup of hot coco on a cold winter’s night.  I love squeezing afternoon naps in a busy schedule and love unwinding with my husband with popcorn and a great movie.  I enjoy good company as much as having a great conversation.  I enjoy a nice cold glass of beer after a long day.  I just enjoy simple things in life.

It all just began by taking photos of my two precious puppies, Comet and Choco.  Photography was always been a passion of mine, capturing anything and everything on the other side of my lens, be it still life, people, or cute furry animals.  I love capturing the emotions and spirits of those important moments in everyday life.

I am now serving Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C. & Beyond!

KIKI Photo Exhibition!

I had the privilege to follow Christine and help out at KIKI’s last class before the photo exhibition.  It was great seeing the kids and meeting them for the first time.  You can read about KIKI Outreach here.Following Sunday at the KIKI Photo Exhibition!There were handful of people that made KIKI Photo Exhibition come to life.  Christine got very emotional while giving her introduction speech.  It shows how much this meant for her.The guests were allowed to purchase the photos taken by the students and they’re signing their purchased photos!  How cool is this?!Until next time!

Liza - Dit is stunning!! Well done guys!

Ann - As an amateur photographer, this is truly inspiring. Thank you for documenting your work and your experiences. It is great to see how you have been blessed and in return are sharing the blessings through you work. :) Awesome, awesome work!

Stacy - Amazing! I grew up in Dem. Rep. Of Congo...I have a heart of Africa...what a blessing and precious thing you guys are doing! Love it!

Tracey - What a great impact you're making on these young lives, Christine !

Christine Meintjes - Wow I love every single one!! xx

Current Exhibitions - [...] Our partners in South Africa had an exhibition of student work at the end of October 2010 in the township of Kayamandi. Students ranged in age from 16-20 years. Check it out: [...]

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