Tag: 50 plus
My partner and I just produced this video through Video Marketing Strategies, for one of our clients, the proud owners of Proof The Speakeasy, located in Narragansett and set to have it’s Grand Opening next Friday night. Hope you like it! The Sarah Hale Folger Project seeks to inspire greatness in humanity by sharing inspiring stories with the world. Please contact me here on … Read More Just a little fun! Nothing like mixing work with play!! Check out my recent video.
This is Part 2, and the final video of my conversation with Umberto Crenca, Bert, from AS220. One thing missing from my videos of my time spent with Bert, was our conversing about his music. Bert and his wife and friends also like making music together in a group called Monkey Head. While meandering around his music studio Bert played a couple of his … Read More Part 2 of my Conversation with RI Art Icon, Umberto Crenca.
My concluding remarks to my interview with Giovanni Feroce for the SHF Project + link to the videos!
LINKS TO THE VIDEOS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE Hey Friends, as I stated in my last blog, once I got my video interview completed with Giovanni Feroce, I would create a video post for my subscribers. So here it is. For those who don’t know Mr. Feroce, he was the past CEO of Alex and Ani, a very successful jewelry company based … Read More My concluding remarks to my interview with Giovanni Feroce for the SHF Project + link to the videos!
Check out my one on one interview with Mr. Giovanni Feroce. My 3-part video interview is on my youtube page. Please check it out
If you live in RI and are seeking a photographer I highly recommend John (http://www.johnpitocco.com/Welcome.html). I have known him for 7 years and have had the pleasure of working with him on a number of projects. The key to any successful shoot is first and foremost being comfortable in your own skin. It’s important to have your head in the game and to enjoy … Read More More photos from John Pitocco’s ‘Providence through the lens’, Modeling shoot!
Who is Bert Crenca? He is an amazing man who has changed the culture in Providence for over 30 years. Bert is an artist and also the founder of AS220, a non-profit arts organization located in Providence that has enriched the lives of many over the years. The fascinating story of AS220 is currently being created into a documentary film and you can visit … Read More A peek at my interview with RI Icon, Umberto (Bert) Crenca founder of AS220.
I always love working with the talented Mr John Pitocco. His shoot took us to downtown Providence where the possibilities were endless for photos. But before I got started I stopped at Mary Janes Salon at 1270 Mineral Spring Ave. in North Providence where the lovely ladies both the owner and beautician Tori Chipman totally spruced me up for the event! Thank you ladies … Read More Fun Model Shoot In Providence
(Hot pink Dress $6 🙂 When you don’t have a large budget and you want to buy new clothes there is always an option for you! When I was a teen my mom and I knew where all the second hand/ vintage clothing shoppes were in Cincinnati. In fact, in many ways, I was known for my unique style and original look. Well that’s … Read More I love Second Hand Clothes !!
I spent a few days at my friend Tory Corey’s store in Jamestown, R.I. this week, and it was just delightful! You know the saying, walk a mile in another’s shoes…. Well, I was so proud to be taking care of Tory’s beautiful store; Fuller Art and Frame Gallery while she was away with her best friend and husband in Florida for a few days. Everyone that … Read More How a few days in Jamestown RI at my friend Tory’s store made me so happy!
Wow, what a wonderful day Sunday, April 2nd, 2017 was! We took off for The Port of Galilee, which is a quaint little fishing port located in Narragansett, Rhode Island for a little sun and fun, considering it has been so cold to start this year’s spring. It was a whopping 55 degrees, and we, my man and I, were dying to get out. … Read More A day in nature makes me happy!
I love Einstein! In fact I admire his tenacity so much that he is one of my top picks for people from history who have inspired me. I painted this portrait of him in my quest to create portraits of people who have motivated me to move out of my stagnancy into striving towards my passions. Why did I paint it like this? … Read More Cultivate your inner genius!
Shock, disappointments, and circumstances beyond our control, how do we deal with them? When loved ones die, or love dies, or love cannot be found no matter how hard we reach to find it, it is then we must realize that the only hope is to find love within ourselves. Some may reach for a God to heal, and others to other means, but … Read More Practicing Gratitude in the Face of Death