Posts Tagged "Pinewood Christian Academy"


  Congratulations Hannah! PCA Class of 2014   Lisa, Hannah’s mom, and DeWayne grew up together. He often refers to her as his first sister.  DeWayne began his career working for Hannah’s grandfather, Lee Johnson at Statesboro Cable TV (now known as Northland Communications.) Her late grandmother, Sharon Johnson, was like a second mom to both DeWayne and I.  Sharon worked here at the studio and was instrumental in...

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Congratulations Ethan! PCA Class of 2014 It’s hard to put into words how special Ethan and his mom are to us. Dawn, Ethan’s mom, was the Valedictorian of DeWayne’s graduating class. We have photographed Ethan since he was a baby. In fact, I’m pretty sure he was one of our first Baby’s First Year babies. I have to admit seeing him graduating is making me feel a tad bit old. Ethan is one of the most...

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Congratulations Molly! PCA Class  2014 Molly has cheered and modeled during her senior year at Pinewood Christian Academy.  We have photographed her family for years.  To celebrate this, she allowed us to do a really cool three generation portrait of her, her mom and grandmother.  Watching Molly grow through the years has been so much fun.  She is a bundle of energy and is driven and focused.  Thank you Molly, for choosing me as your...

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Congratulations Etta! – PCA Class 2014 It’s so cool to get to photograph siblings. We have enjoyed getting to know you and your mom and sister over the last couple of years. We know your future is going to be filled with amazing opportunities!  Pinewood Christian Academy class 2014.   The two images below are Etta’s Graduation Invitation:...

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It’s not too late…

It’s not too late…


Posted By on Jul 5, 2013

  We know the schools have their yearbook requirements…but are those really you?  Let us create epic Senior portraits that show you…through and through.  When choosing your Senior portrait photographer, you may want to ask, “are you licensed and insured”?  Very few are…which is sad.  Sure they are cheaper…but at what cost?  Don’t let your son or daughter be a part of the “lost” generation. Invest in...

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