Your Portrait, Your Story


I just wanted to thank you so much for the photographs that you replaced for me at no cost that were destroyed because of Hurricane Ike.  It was a devastating Hurricane that completely destroyed our home town of Bridge City, Texas.  There were only 15 homes that were not damaged by Hurricane Ike.  When I arrived home and saw everything that we owned piled up on the side of the road I just couldn’t believe it.  It...

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Lisa Oliver is GOOD NEWS


Posted By on Mar 10, 2009

Several months ago DeWayne was asked to serve on the “Good News” council for The Coastal Source website and TV stations including Fox and WJCL of Savannah.  One of the FIRST Good News ideas was the story of our friend Lisa Oliver.  Lisa’s story is a very powerful one of a mother who lost a 10 year old son in a car accident and then a few years later her husband in another car accident.  From these horrific experiences...

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I have written several blogs about Lisa Oliver and her amazing story.  Her book has just been published and she is making one of her first appearances on her book tour this Thursday night in Statesboro at Believers Church.  She is going to be the guest speaker this Thursday Night at our "Inside Out" Ladies Chili Dinner, 6:30 p.m.  Lisa will be sharing her amazing story and signing her new book, "Fly with...

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Every now and then something incredible happens to you.  Yes even more incredible than receiving a congressional appointment to design one of the ornaments for the White House Christmas Tree.  I am talking indescribably, tremendously terrifically incredible.  Life changing incredible…do you understand? In August I had the opportunity to photograph a couple so special that I do not have the time or the words to...

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Sneak peak of the back cover: "After losing her ten-year-old son Clay and husband Paul in two different auto accidents in less than 3½ years, Lisa Oliver found herself in a dark cocoon of grief. But, just as the caterpillar hatches from its cocoon with new wings, new color, and new freedom, Lisa emerged from her sorrow a renewed believer. Her painful incubation stretched her faith, deepened her trust, and strengthened her...

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what a difference two weeks can make…

what a difference two weeks can make…


Posted By on Oct 15, 2008

I first photographed Dr. Leslie Hunter and his daughter Emma in February at the Father Daughter Dance.  I had heard many wonderful things about Leslie prior to this.  I knew that he was a wonderfully skilled surgeon who had a great bedside manor and a unique compassion for his patients.  I knew that he loved sports and travel.  I knew that he was most passionate about his family.  The bond I saw between a father and daughter that...

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