Knoxville Fashion Week - Children's Runway

Knoxville Fashion Week - Children's RunwaySome of the best moments during Knoxville Fashion Week happened when the kids took the stage on Saturday! Here is a comprehensive gallery of nearly 150 images from “The Children’s Runway” sponsored by Dillard’s that occurred at noon on Saturday, August 18, 2012 in Knoxville.

This show featured designs from Nancy Crowell, Dillard’s, and the unique Keoni Fashion custom children’s line. All of the clothes were interesting, but there were a few kids that stole the show! You can find images of each child that modeled during the event in the gallery above.

Parents of children featured in the gallery: You can purchase images, prints, and products of your child and the entire show!

Details of what we are offering are below, but keep these two things in mind:

  1. If you refer another parent or friend to order images from this gallery, you BOTH will receive 10% off your order.  Contact me for your gift!
  2. If you don’t see a print size or product you’d like to have, contact me and I’m almost certain we can create what you’re looking for.

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Knoxville Fashion Week Model
Knoxville Fashion Week Model

This Knoxville Fashion Week model had to study for her art history class at an area high school between getting her hair and makeup done and the start of the runway event.

KNOXVILLE, TENN. – I really just wanted to use a date line to give this post some clout!

Last night was Knoxville Fashion Week‘s Emerging Designers show and the emerging designers brought it! I’m no fashion guru (quite the opposite, I’m sure), but I really thought the fashion displayed was quite excellent.

I arrived early to photograph the models preparing for the evening’s runway and wanted to document a lot of the “behind-the-scenes” elements of the fashion show experience. It was a blast and I’ve gotten to meet some really fun folks in the process! (I’m looking at you, models, hair, and makeup friends 😛 )

These are just a few images I had the pleasure of capturing from Day 2 of Knoxville Fashion Week – Fall 2012. I’ll be posting an extensive set next week after all the events have concluded. Read more

Last night was the first event for the Fall 2012 iteration of Knoxville Fashion Week, and I had the distinct privilege of photographing it! It was such a fun evening for me being that I have limited fashion experience. I felt very much like a fish out of water, but I adapted quickly to some difficulties and was able to get some terrific images amid the challenges.

The event last night was presented by Belleza and was dubbed the “Rock the Runway” Hair Show, showcasing young hair design talent and the professional services that Belleza offers. Many of the models had wild and wonderful hair creations that reminded me of the style you could expect in The Capitol from Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games series. Read more

Knoxville Fashion Week

I have some very exciting news to share:

Moser Visuals, with the help of some fantastic friends, will be very well-represented at the Fall Knoxville Fashion Week August 15-18! Here’s what we’ll be up to: Knoxville Fashion Week Read more

 More great news for you from Moser Visuals!

Earlier this week, I announced the first referral reward for our Moser Visuals VIP Rewards program: A night out on the town including dinner at Knoxville’s own Naples Italian Restaurant and your option of drinks at Naples or a movie at Knoxville-based Regal Cinemas!

Today, I have another option from which you can choose: A custom fine wine basket from Knoxville’s own Blue Slip Winery, located in the heart of the historic Old City! Read more

As with many of you, I’ve only recently heard of Oscar Pistorius and his inspiring story overcoming all the odds to compete against able-bodied athletes in the 2012 London Olympics (and he actually won a team medal at the 2011 World Championships).

While looking up his story online, I came across this wonderful and emotional photo of him running with a young blonde girl with miniature versions of his Cheetah Flex-Foot carbon fibre transtibial artificial limbs by Össur. It’s just a beautiful moment of humanity and love between people. Read more

Moser Visuals LogoTypically, when you help someone out, you don’t expect anything in return—as you shouldn’t if you’re simply trying to do good. You’ll often receive a kind bit of “Thanks” from the person you helped, however.

I’m offering my thanks for your help ahead of time, and the best part is you CAN expect something in return—to the tune of a night out on the town!

As I’m growing my business, I understand the value of word-of-mouth endorsements from friends and customers. I would love to have a HUGE base of friends and customers to tell other folks about how much they’ve loved the work I’ve done for them, but as a relatively new business, my base of friends and customers is quite small.

Moser Visuals is developing a Rewards Program (for now, dubbed “Moser Visuals VIP Rewards”) and the first reward we’ve added is a referral bonus for ANYONE who sends someone our way. If you’ve read this far, you probably want to know two things: 1) What product/service would you refer people for? and 2) What is the reward? Read more

Welcome to the latest installment of a weekly movie blog series about the best movies you (probably) haven’t seen. Last week, I featured the first black-and-white film of the series, 12 Angry Men, and the week before, I featured the modern version of Great Expectations, which is one of my favorite movies of all-time.

(The idea is that each week I’ll throw out a movie that I think is really great, but isn’t a huge mainstream hit, or it’s not fresh and likely hasn’t been seen in quite a while—if at all. If you have seen it, share what you think about it—and feel free to rip me if you think it’s not worth watching! Then, in the comments, y’all make one movie suggestion as well. It’s that simple, and it’ll be a lot of fun if you’re a cinephile like me.)

This week, my nomination for the best movie you (probably) haven’t seen takes us to the slums of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. The first foreign film nominated for this series, City of God (foreign title is Cidade de Deus)is a gripping foreign film revealing the delicate politics and brutal tragedy of common life for kids growing up in one of Rio’s most crime-ridden favelas. The film’s Portugese trailer is located at the end of the blog post. It is a much truer representation of the style, creativity, and characters in the film. Amazon’s summary:

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Self portraits aren’t easy if you’re working solo, but can be fun to play with poses and light at your own pace.

I’m in the middle of a couple different projects (one which I can’t WAIT to show you!), which have been keeping me quite busy lately. But I’ve noticed I hadn’t shot any personal projects in quite a while (aside from these beautiful all-access images from the Historic Tennessee Theatre) and I haven’t had a good shot of me in a long, long time. Read more

Welcome to the latest installment of a weekly movie blog series about the best movies you (probably) haven’t seen. Last week, I featured the modern version of Great Expectations, and the week before I featured the futbol film Green Street Hooligans.

(The idea is that each week I’ll throw out a movie that I think is really great, but isn’t a huge mainstream hit, or it’s not fresh and likely hasn’t been seen in quite a while—if at all. If you have seen it, share what you think about it—and feel free to rip me if you think it’s not worth watching! Then, in the comments, y’all make one movie suggestion as well. It’s that simple, and it’ll be a lot of fun if you’re a cinephile like me.)

This week, my nomination for the best movie you (probably) haven’t seen is a the first truly “classic” film I’ve mentioned, and we go all the way back to the black-and-white period to get it. 12 Angry Men was recommended to me by a former roommate who swears by it (the movie is in his “Top 5”) and it makes #6 on IMDB’s Top 250 Films as voted on by it’s users. This classic courtroom drama starring Henry Fonda was made in 1957 and it’s a simple (almost the entire film is on one set), but very well-told story about a jury of 12 men deciding the fate of an 18-year-old accused murderer. As a bonus, you can view the entire film at the bottom of this post! Amazon’s summary:

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