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The Amazing Bluetooth Teethers!

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Mar 10, 2014 Advocacy, Photography, Presentations , , , 2 Comments

I love interacting with college and high school age students. I love the energy that is apparent in the hallways and the cafeterias on campuses. Our country’s future right there, exposed, raw and beautiful.  Once I get past the attention seeking, shock value behaviors, once new students and I have had the chance to simmer [...]

Say “Cheese”! Annual Giving: Messaging With Images

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Feb 11, 2014 Advocacy, Colors, Illustration, News, Photography, Portfolio , , , , , 0 Comments

I have two local tax exempt clients based in Trenton, NJ that were looking for a new and different way to enhance their annual appeals. I suggested that we add photos of actual clients, programs and participants (you guessed it) IN ACTION!!  It was a no brainer for me and my SLR camera! I work [...]

The $500 Digital Story Solution!

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Feb 9, 2014 Illustration, News, Photography , , , , , 2 Comments

Well, I did it! I produced a 3.5 minute iMovie about our recent family trip to Punxsutawney, PA for Ground Hog’s Day. Here’s the thing, I completed the entire project on my iPad Mini. So why I was inspired to take this challenge? For a few years now I have been traveling around the U.S. [...]

Answer This Grace—Best Video Editing Software-GO!

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Jan 23, 2014 News, Photography, Presentations, Storytelling , , 0 Comments

Well, it’s difficult for me to give you a definitive answer on what is the best video editing software. I am now and always have been partial to Apple products.  Because I am an artist first and then business person second, Apple computers have always been my top pick. I’ve found most Apple products to [...]

Effective Imaging and Some Welcomed Luck!

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Jan 22, 2014 Photography, Presentations, Storytelling , , , , 6 Comments

During my webinars and live presentations, I am often asked to talk about what types of images get the most attention on social media sites and what types of videos get the most hits on YouTube and Vimeo. Although I respect these types of questions and often think about how I can create effective imaging [...]

A Day of Caring!

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Jan 13, 2014 Advocacy, News, Photography 2 Comments

One of my favorite places to be on any given school day is Millhill Child & Family Development in Trenton, NJ! What a lovely organization from head to toe! First, the organization is steeped with a long and successful history of supporting families in a city that has faced and is still facing many challenges. [...]

Arts In Action Welcomes Rachel Clark to our Team!

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Dec 1, 2013 Grant Writing, Photography , , , 1 Comment

Arts In Action is pleased to welcome Rachel Clark to our grant writing team!  Rachel Clark is an experienced educational professional and community ambassador. Graduating in 2009 from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Rachel followed her passion working as a teacher in the elementary school system. Rachel is certified [...]

Omaha, Where the Smart, Nice, Creatives Live!

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Nov 11, 2013 Photography, Presentations, Storytelling , , , , , 0 Comments

Many, many thanks to everyone who attended my Digital Storytelling presentation and all day workshop at the NONPROFIT SUMMIT OF THE MIDLANDS! Special thanks to Erika Conces who did a masterful job in coordinating and organizing pretty much every aspect of the event! You were a gracious host packaged with some really entertaining stories! Also [...]

Introducing Richard Chapman, M.A., An Amazing Self-Advocate Specialist

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Aug 5, 2013 Advocacy, Illustration, News, Photography, Presentations , 2 Comments

What a summer it has been!  One of my favorite and most memorable experiences thus far this summer was meeting Richard Chapman for the first time in Orlando, FL.  Richard was recruited by Amy Woodard, MSW, Arts In Action’s Research Manager (you all know her as SuperAmy) to work with us on FDDC’s FL SAND [...]