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One of the most precious and important photos I will ever take.

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I recently had the great privilege of doing a shoot with Quills Coffee and their new roaster. This shop has been challenging the coffee culture in Louisville for some time now. With its inviting atmosphere, consistent baristas, excellent coffee, as well as strictly manual methods of brewing (a practice adopted in recent months), this shop has set new standards time and time again. Now, they move into the world of roasting their own beans. Along with this venture comes many excitements and challenges. But with John Letoto (below) heading up roasting, excellent management, and their solid staff in the shop, Quills Coffee will only continue to bring greater growth to the Louisville coffee culture. (If you would like any of these photos for your own use, please leave a comment below, and I will get the files to you.)











































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Last night, Louisville coffee lovers banded together again, not only to enjoy delicious coffee and watch a latte art throwdown, but primarly to provide relief for victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Louisville folks participated in a silent auction, bidding on items from local musicians, artists, and breweries amongst other worthy pieces. Along with that, the latte art competition involved patrons bidding on the baristas drinks in the competitions, with some lattes selling for upwards of $10. Darren Jennings ended up winning the competition, and I just so happened to have won the bid on the winning latte. It tasted just as great as it looked. All in all, it was a great evening and another good progression in the comradery that is present in the Louisville coffee scene. Mad props goes to Jesse Harriot for organizing the event, all of the baristas and roasters involved, and Ryan Harrison for designing the poster. Be sure to come out to Quills next friday for part two of this event. Enjoy the shots I took below.




































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Family

This post is mainly for family and friends, to see how big our little girl is getting. These were taken last Sunday.





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Last Saturday, I had the opportunity while in Montgomery, Alabama to go and study at a shop called Cafe Louisa in Old Cloverdale. After a few hours of studying the life of Flannery O’Connor, I took a few minutes to snag some shots of this beautiful, quaint, and unique little section of Montgomery. A few at the end are able to be clicked (enlarged) and used as screen savers if desired.






















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Next week, my dear friend Matt Galyon and his wife Sara are moving to Boston to join The Boston Initiative and church planting effort being headed up by lead pastor Juan Maclean. We spent an hour or so on Saturday morning walking around Louiville, grabbing a few shots along the way. Here’s a few I came away with, though time with my friend was the real pleasure.
















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