The End of a Grand Event

6:56 PM

Here are a few photos from this week's conference we planned and hosted. I'll post some official photography up when we receive the photos this week. For now, here are a few I snapped with my little wide-angle Nikon and a few shoddy iPhone photos!

The gathering of the volunteers for the first time in our offices.

The supper we prepared for 250 people. We worked with Brooklyn-based chefs to create a menu with lamb cooked 6 different ways as well as North-Atlantic region vegetable dishes delivered in specially designed troughs that sat atop sturdy wide-mouth Kerr mason jars.

Tapdancer Andrew Nemr and dulcimer player Max KT. During Supper, Andrew broke out his tap dance shoes and did a number for everyone to the tunes thrown out by blues pianist Billy Slater.

The 5th floor of the venue where we stationed artists from Philadelphia to create and encourage attendees to create.

Mako speaking about Culture Care.

Repurposed troughs by the Philly crew the day after Supper.

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When I'm not designing and fixing liturgy full time, I'm usually involved with lots of other creative projects like photographing, painting, floral designing, and experimenting with cooking!

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