While in Houston, Tex. a few weeks ago, we took photos of a My Life My Power Charity Wrestling event in Pasadena at the Pasadena Convention Center. There were a number of wrestlers on the card and numerous photos shot. However, this series of photos was pretty amazing, as Matt Cross did his Shooting Star Press finisher.
Photo by Kali Rhe.
Kali traveled with Harmland Visions to Austin to capture a few moments of SXSW. Here are some of the flicks she captured!
The Psi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. served 400 food bags near downtown Fort Worth to the homeless as a community service initiative. A lot of the recipients were very grateful! Enjoy the photos below!
Recently, Texas Wesleyan University played host to the DiaBeatThis Festival, a festival focusing on a healthier lifestyle and being checked for diabetes. We were there to shoot primarily for Chef Raymond Lee. The photos are below!
Biedenharn Museum and Gardens brought the city of Monroe a treat with its Living Fountain feature. The Living Fountain features a statue that slowly comes to life, while shooting water from her fingertips at will. Despite being pretty far back, some of the photos came out pretty cool.
Begin your viewing experience by clicking one of the photos below!
Kevin Hart took a quick break from promoting Laugh At My Pain to come to Monroe, La. to perform all new material for fans. Due to the new material, photographers were only given three minutes to snap photos, which is why the selection is so few.
Kevin Hart is definitely funny, having the crowd in tears for most of the night. If you get the chance, check out his latest work and look forward to the future.
Ayana and Jaslyn Ray of Grambling State are heading overseas as part of the Louisiana National Guard. The sisters were greeted by Governor Bobby Jindal at the First Baptist Church in West Monroe. Jindal told the crowd, “Every single man and woman being deployed today deserves our love, our respect, and our gratitude.”
He later added, “Living for our fellow man is the supreme act of love.”
The Ray family was on hand to see the sisters off, and a few tears fell. Below are the captures we have of the event.