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(A few years ago Edie Grace was chosen to be featured in a full page ad in Paula Deen’s magazine for the Vidalia Onion Committee.  After this ad ran – strangers would stop us and ask if she was the Vidalia Onion Girl.  They have continued to use her image in other marketing efforts through the years.  It has popped up again in this feature story for Delta In-Flight entertainment.  We are thrilled that they chose Edie Grace again for...

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The importance of choosing a REAL Photographer….


Posted By on Monday, May 16, 2011

Daily we get calls from consumers, who are duped by someone who they thought was a REAL PHOTOGRAPHER.  They tell us – they had a great website or facebook page.  However, what they quickly learned, is that they are a long way from being a pro.   I have a pretty nice bike – but I know that I am not Lance Armstrong.  I have a pretty fast car – but I am no Jeff Gordon.  I have a great set of Paula Deen...

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Photographer: We may never see images like this again George Tames (Note: Scott Bryant is an award-winning photojournalist who has worked at the Statesboro Herald since 2007. The following piece offers his opinion and insight into why the current exhibit of presidential images by former New York Times photographer George Tames is so important and why we may never see their like again.)       Interested in...

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Portraits of Presidents


Posted By on Sunday, May 8, 2011

Averitt Center exhibit focuses on the remarkable work of George Tames Statesboro resident Stephanie Tames is the daughter of New York Times photographer George Tames, who made many iconic photographs while covering the White House for the New York Times. By AL HACKLE Special to the Herald     George Tames walked into the White House with a 10th grade education, an ego that set him equal to every occasion, a camera and...

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DeWayne in training for Mayor…Statesboro Film Festival


Posted By on Thursday, April 21, 2011

The Statesboro Herald asked DeWayne to be the Master of Ceremonies for the Statesboro Film Festival.  Tradition holds that the emcee. does a short video as part of the introduction for the festival.  DeWayne worked with former M.C. Phil Boyum and Matt Bankhead to film a skit that pokes fun at DeWayne’s “dream” of being Mayor of the City of Statesboro.  The video brought down the house and we thought you might like to...

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GSU Alumni Focus – Lori and DeWayne Grice


Posted By on Saturday, March 19, 2011

Reposted from GSU’s Center for Entrepreneurial Learning and Leadership Publication March 11, 2011 by Brittanie Barber Leave a Comment Lori and DeWayne Grice It is evident after meeting this husband and wife duo that giving back plays an important part in their lives. The couple strives to live according to the “Rick Warren concept” of living on 10% and giving away 90%. But had it not been for one photograph, the Grice’s may not have...

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