Thank you, thank you, thank you–we couldn’t have done it without you! PHOTO LINK HERE What an amazing turn-out we had for ISES Austin’s annual gala. Please help me in thanking these generous donations below. Kathy Wilson with The Westin Austin (she was on top of everything from the hotelâ€™s side), Vanessa Tobias with The County Line & Cannoli Joeâ€™s for helping get us the alcohol situation squared away, and to Kelley Burrus, CLINK for helping with the media efforts in getting the word out! For those of you who LOVE to see how the behind-the-scenes breakdown, here ya go…. read full story >
Archives for June 2010
Congratulations to Cindy Lo, owner of Red Velvet Events for being named as MPI’s Planner of the Year.
You shoot in film. Why is this so important? Sometimes I find I have to remind brides about the reason to have a photographer at their wedding.Â Since there are so many things they need to plan, picking a wedding photographer is sometimes just another thing to cross off the list.Â At my company, Eric Hegwer Photography, we encourage everyone to have something lasting, that doesn’t require electricity to view. I’m there to make memories of the wedding.Â And the most permanent way I know of is to use real film.Â How many of us have sifted through a shoebox read full story >
CATALOG PREVIEW HERE. REGISTER HERE–EARLY BIRD BY JULY 1!
What explosive growth ISES Austin is experiencing. It’s all because of YOU. Help us recognize (and please take the time to welcome) our new members! Kelly Barber / Trulucks Seafood, Steak and Crab House Erin Beirnford Blanca Cerda / InterContinental Stephen F. Austin Hotel Robyn Chovantez / Primizie Catering Corey Evers / Central Texas Valet LLC Mitzi Gobbi / Sullivan’s Steakhouse Arrington Grawunder / Uptown Valet and Transportation Will Holditch / Marquee Event Group Stephanie Kellenberger / Seton Williams Foundation Sara Lee / Fortune Restaurant Joseph McMahan / SherpaLux Craig Nadel / groove labs Athena Nascimento / Lucky 13 Cocktail read full story >
Bill Bastas, an incredible long-time member of ISES Austin (and one who joyfully shares his event photos) is fast at work on his second heartwarming volume of stories and photos of survivors of breast cancer. After losing his wife, Michelle, Bill started a foundation to help spread the word for annual mammograms and fund research to cure this disease. KVUE recently profiled his efforts, view the KVUE profile here. For more information on the non-profit efforts, visit The Smile Never Fades. Well done, friend.