Privacy Policies, who reads them and why?

Whenever you browse the web, each company’s website that you visit will urge you to read their privacy policies and agree to their terms. These privacy policies are there to inform the visitor of who the company is, how they will collect, use and store your personal information and how a customer can control that .. read more

I admit it…I am a pinner. I want to live in the virtual world that is Pinterest, wear my Pinterest wardrobe, eat my pinned recipes and visit the fabulous places and interesting people I find pictures of on there. It’s amazing how time flies as you are happily pinning away. If you have been online .. read more


Keeping up with the Joneses

We have all had our faces rubbed in a friend’s or neighbor’s latest purchase of their new car, latest high tech toy, or something as simple as an espresso machine. Many of us may be just as guilty of bragging about our latest luxury purchase to said friend or neighbor as well. Keeping up with .. read more

New Year, New Adventures

Like many of you, I, too, formed a few resolutions for the New Year. And like many of you, I’m still working on how to fulfill them and stay strong with my resolve. As a small business owner, I try to reinvent my goals and set new milestones every year to make sure I stay .. read more


Not quite the Doublemint Twins

We’re excited! We’ve added another Jennifer to the team. We didn’t choose her for her name (although it is a great name) but rather for her public relations experience and awesome personality. So welcome Jennifer Shelton! She recently left her job as Assistant Communications Director in the athletics department at Liberty College to return to .. read more

The Sweet Taste of L.I.M.E.

We were privileged enough to be invited to photograph the L.I.M.E. Charleston event on June 11, 2011 to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, Charleston Animal Society, and Hidden Wounds. As event planners ourselves, it’s always fascinating to see an event from the other side! Local chefs like Eric Gaffin of New Dream Catering, Jeremiah Bacon .. read more

More Than A Three Hour Tour

While we pride ourselves in planning events, we think that the Bull Island Safari with The Center for Birds of Prey and Coastal Expeditions was one of the most unique ones yet. A catered meal for 80 people on an uninhabited barrier island off the coast of Carolina with raptors flying overhead… yes we did .. read more

Owls by the Light of the Moon

One of the questions I hear all the time when I am visiting The Center for Birds of Prey is “Aren’t owls nocturnal?” or something like that. The answer is yes—and no. But this is one of the reasons that made our Owls by Moonlight event so unique. Where else can you see owls flying .. read more