Thursday, April 08, 2010

Chicago, Illinois
Religious Communication Congress

A panel discussion on "Changing Society, Changing Media" with (left to right) Kevin Eckstrom (Religious News Service), Barbara Bradley Hagerty (National Public Radio) and Kenneth Irby (Pointer Institute) was led by Dr. Martin Marty (University of Chicago Divinity School). 

Sister Bernadett responds during the panel discussion.

During a workshop on Ethics, Kenny Irby of Pointer asks everyone in the room to take his photograph with whatever camera they have with them — professional level, point and shoot, mobile phone — to make a point on perspective.

At the awards banquet this evening, Jennifer reacts to ...

... this photograph which some photographer — lacking any semblance of ethics or aesthetics — crudely manipulated so ...

... Ken Medema could sing about the red-headed piano bar girl.

Good friend Joe Westbury received the Leonard Holloway Award for exceptional achievement in feature writing this evening. (Joe, that looks like the same coat, tie and jacket I photographed you in last month in Nashville. Use that prize money for some new duds ... OK Bro?)
Photographed with a Canon 5D Mark II

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