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Atlanta Event Photography was thrilled to photograph the 2012 Diamond Awards Show at The Ray Charles Performing Arts Center at Morehouse College.

 

Individuals in the entertainment and business fields who have made a significant impact on their industries are eligible for The Diamond Awards, which honors individuals who have opened new doors and changed the world through their philanthropic activities.  

 

Darold Sawyer of United Technologies Corporation, a title sponsor of the Diamond Awards, accepted an award for his community commitment.  Dantaya William, Director of Diversity at UTC, presented him with the award.

 

   

         Thanks to David Tulis for shooting this spectacular event for Atlanta Event Photography! 

 

 

 

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The Atlanta Women’s Foundation, in conjunction with the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, The Junior League of Atlanta, and United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, recently hosted a two-day event with author and poverty expert Donna Beegle.  Representatives from over 30 non-profits attended the event to hear Dr. Beegle’s personal message about overcoming generational poverty.

 

 

Mayor Kasim Reed heard Dr. Beegle’s message at the Deloitte breakfast:

 

 

 

 

 

 Dr. Donna Beagle:

 

Atlanta Event Photography is thrilled to be working with the Atlanta Women’s Foundation! Congratulations again on the one million raised at last year’s Number luncheon! 

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A little sun, a little exercise and a little helping out!  Not a bad little Saturday!

 For the fourth straight year AEP got to photograph the Bike MS: COX Atlanta Ride.  This is a two-day ride that benefits the Georgia Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Donations raised through this event benefit the Georgia Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and its mission to end the devastating effects of MS.

Cyclists start and finish both days of the ride at Callaway Gardens. The routes traverse the beautiful Georgia countryside with figure-eight lengths of 35-mile, 65-mile and 100-mile options on Day One and 25-mile and 65-mile options on Day Two.

It was quite the accomplishment for all the riders and we are so proud to be a part of this fun event!

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It is pretty amazing to have this job.  We get to meet kids like Abby.

We spent three days working with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta on Abby’s Road a slice of life story about Abby Boone, an 8-year-old with cancer beginning her journey through chemotherapy with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Erika Anderson wrote a wonderful first person piece that tells a little bit about our experience you can read it HERE.

Small Wonders, where Abby’s Road was featured, is a chronicle from CHOA that tells first hand accounts of the amazing work that they do.  Flip through the print version of Abby’s story HERE or become a donor to receive Small Wonders in your mailbox.

To watch a slideshow of Abby’s Road click HERE.  Thanks to the Boone Family for sharing your experience with all of us.

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