I usually don’t show many of the events I do, weddings seem to steal the limelight. But this one is just too good to pass up! This was the first birthday of an adorable little girl named Kaitlyn held at Granite Bay Golf Club. And the staff at Granite Bay did a wonderful job, I must say! This whimsical creation was the work of Lora Ward from A Day to Remember Event Planners. As you can see, Lora does an amazing job and creating a “Day to Remember.” It was a fun event for all, big and small.
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I am happy to announce that Wedding Vow Magazine has selected two of my weddings to be published in their “I Do” section. I invite you to check it out.
Wedding Vow Magazine is here to help answer all your wedding questions, provide great ideas, and the places to make them happen. Not only online, but also in print, check with your newspaper to see how you can get a printed version, today!
The accolade-laden monthly publication, Photo District News (PDN), is pleased to announce the winner of the 2008 New School of Wedding Photography Contest. Following an extensive submission and selection process, Jeremy Underwood’s image “Little Bride & Groom” was named tops of the Details and Interiors category. The photo highlights the talents of Mr. Underwood, an up-and-coming wedding, people, and fine art photographer. Known for achieving excellence in both natural and studio images, Jeremy Underwood Photography has an unsurpassed record of customer satisfaction.
Mr. Underwood himself has been notching awards since his days at the University of Central Missouri and the University of Central Lancashire (England). He brings out the best in models and clients through his calming and unobtrusive manner. He feels honored to have been recognized by a leading voice in the world of photography.
Photo District News has been covering the professional photographic industry for over two decades. Every month, PDN delivers unbiased news and analysis, interviews, and portfolios of the latest photographic work. PDN conveys the information photographers need to survive in a competitive business – from marketing and business advice to legal issues, photographic techniques, new technologies, and more. Look for Jeremy Underwood’s winning shot in April’s publication.