Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Imagine Having Nothing to Hide

Estee Lauder held a 7-city flash mob event on Saturday. I produced the one in Charlotte - the first Flash Mob America event in this area! It was the same Rob Schultz choreography as the multi-city event.


Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Hello! I'm a producer!

I worked with the great Conroe Brooks to help produce an event in Chicago last week. It was a 3-city simultaneous event for Estee Lauder, choreographed by Rob Schultz, who teaches at The Edge. Music is from Martin Solveig with Dragonette. Check it out!

Miami Airport fun

I apologize for the lack of content lately! School, work, internship, planning for the fall...

I am having a fabulous time working with Flash Mob America, an awesome company whose motto is "bringing joy through surprise!" They do that. I love to see the reaction from people when dancers and singers break out in a surprise performance! We did an event for Tap Portugal in the Miami Airport - watch the gentleman's face change when the music starts!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Going Irish


I hope you had a wonderful St. Patrick's Day! Here are some ways my family and I celebrated.


Lime Pineapple Fizz
Shepherd's Pie with Irish Soda Bread
Guinness Cheddar Soup

A Fluffy Cloud Atop a Rainbow Cupcake

Irish Creme Gooey Brownies



Iced Sugar Cookies

A Jell-o Pot of Gold





Tuesday, March 15, 2011

All Things Spring

I love spring - mostly because it precedes summer. Here are some spring occasions I am anticipating!

Colorful Flower Displays

Snowy Pear Trees and Crystal Skies

A magnificent Sonrise on Easter morning

Family games of baseball

The first jump off the dock


Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Snow Days!

This snow storm allowed for sledding, hot chocolate and shoveling parties with the neighbors, and making pretzels and cookies to munch by the fire. 



Friday, December 10, 2010

Christmas in Davidson



Last weekend my friends and I said "farewell" to fall by making pumpkin cupcakes. Their aroma was sweet and warm with vanilla and nutmeg, and we could not stop breathing in the spicy batter as if it were the scent of fall itself. 



Then, we kicked off Christmas by going to the festival in Davidson, our little town, complete with hot cocoa and cookies, a groovy jazz band in the barber shop, sleigh rides, carolers,  vendors selling everything from snowy cupcakes to cinnamon spice candles, and of course, the Nativity. 


Glory to God in the Highest!


Little white church and the choir through the window


The true meaning of Christmas - the cross.


Overflow crowd listening to the jazz combo


The Soda Shop - since 1951


Hayrides



And that's our town.