The Soulsville Charter School held its first ever graduation in May of this year. All 51 seniors were accepted to college, garnering more than $3.8 million in combined scholarships & grants. The school was featured on MSNBC's Morning Joe program.
Stax Music Academy students performed with Memphis Horns trumpeter Wayne Jackson, as well as at the "Memphis Exhibition Berlin" in Germany.
Business Visuals photographed the 2012 Meowathon on a beautiful November day in Overton Park. This was our third year at the event which raised over $35,000 for homeless kitties.Visit our website www.businessvisuals.net to see more examples of our photography.
Auctioneer Mark Drilling gets people fired up about bidding at the 2012 Promise Ball, benefitting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Gavin Foyle and Sam Martin show off a Drew Brees jersey while Darrell Greene, of Fox 13 TV, emcees the event. The Promise Ball raised over $350,000 this year.
I recently photographed the Pyramid, in Memphis, for the city budget book. The late February light was just right.
Business Visuals has had the privilege of documenting the restoration of iconic buildings like this, as well as the Tennessee Brewery and the Peabody. I will share these photos with you in a future blog.
"It Ain't A Juke Joint Without The Blues," by Carl Sims and directed by Pat Ryan of Business Visuals, has topped 70,000 hits on YouTube. The CD is called "It's Just A Party" and is available on Ecko Records or iTunes.
Business Visuals recently photographed the Public Transit Convention in Memphis for Fast Lane, the Official Blog of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation.
This makes three photography projects completed by Business Visuals for cabinet level departments including coverage of Sec. of Labor Hilda Solis at the National Civil Rights Museum and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture's Advisory Committee on Minority Farmers.
I saw this in Millington, TN a few years ago and knew exactly what it was; a Merry Mobile ice cream truck. I took a photo and loaded it into Photoshop. The picture on the right is how it looked in my memories. Did any of you Memphians ever chase this thing down the street? I hope it brings back memories for you.