A busy week thanks to the Voice-Tribune

The Seder plate.
The Seder plate.

The Voice-Tribune newspaper gives me the most fun assignments to cover. As a freelance photographer, you’re happy to even have an assignment. It’s even better when the people you work for give you something you can sink your teeth into. For example, on the paper sent me to my very first Interfaith Interdenominational Model Seder. It’s a traditional at the Jewish Community Center that’s continued because of the Bensinger family. Look for the coverage in this week’s Voice and a preview below.

Sarah Edwards, Mandy Oliver, Jessica Meibers and Sara Robinson.
Sarah Edwards, Mandy Oliver, Jessica Meibers and Sara Robinson.

Then on Friday, they sent me to Churchill Downs to cover the Gals & Guys Hats & Ties event that benefitted Dress for Success. It was a mix of gala and glitz with a silent auction and fashion show, all for a good cause. My editor, Angie Fenton, emceed the event. That’ll be in this weeks Voice as well. I have a preview of that below.

Ben Strauss and Aaron Yarmuth.
Ben Strauss and Aaron Yarmuth.

Then on Sunday, I found myself at Vernon Lanes for the bowling themed birthday party for Rob Penta. I didn’t know Rob before that day, but he and his friends are o cool and seemed to be having a great time. I will have coverage of that in the Voice as well. Below is my preview of that fun, too.

 

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