My Hope for You in 2020

To all my photographer friends, students and former students, clients, all of you, I hope you find 2020 to be your best year.

For each of you:

  • I hope you discover inspiration and confidence to be uniquely you, in your artistic expression.  You don’t have to copy others to be good. Be you. Seek inspiration, rather than just imitation.  What you have to offer the world is distinctly YOU, shaped by your life experience, passions, and gifts.
  • I hope you make choices that lead you to a better life.  A life that is truly lived.  Not just “existing.” I have discovered that sometimes we get caught up in just making choices that just keep us in the same routine of existing.  Life is more than just existing.  With each day, choose wisely.
  • I hope you live a life of gratitude because I believe that is the key to a fulfilling life. If we always focus on what we want, we will always be disappointed in what we don’t have. If we focus on what we DO have, we begin to realize we actually have an abundance already.  Never take life for granted.  Even the small stuff, may turn out to be the most meaningful, if we just see it.
  • If you feel that parts of your life are “broken” and that healing from that brokenness is unattainable (hey I’ve been there too), I want you to never give up.  Not ever. Faith, even the smallest amount of faith, can move mountains.
  • I want you all to know how much you have meant to me.  I have been doing “photography” for a lot of years (about 45 years) and made the switch over to pro photography over a decade ago.  What I have discovered over this past decade is that what I have loved the most about this experience isn’t really the photography. What I have loved the most is all of the truly wonderful people I would have never known, had I not made this dramatic career change.  My life has been made better because I know you. I most sincerely mean that.

Bless you all in this new year,

Kevin Gourley

p.s. the photo I attached to this post is pretty old. I created it about 44 years ago back when I first fell in love with photography.

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Holiday Discounts Extended to January 1st!

Our holiday early registration discounts have been extended to January 1st!  

Whether you have been doing photography for years or are just starting out, I have a class for you!

Check Out All the Great Photography Learning Opportunities Starting Soon!

I especially want to highlight this class that is relevant to every photographer regardless to the type of camera you use, smartphone to DSLR’s.  You will SAVE $50 if you register by January 1st!

Finding Your Way – A Photography Workshop for Everyone

Explore YOUR unique artistic expression through photography. Photographers at ALL experience levels can benefit from this class!

“Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way.” ~ Edward de Bono

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of you! Whatever this day means to you, I hope you have a wonderful day.

I am grateful to all of you who have participated in my various photography classes and workshops and destination trips over the many years.  I am blessed to know you all.

Note I have several great classes coming up with Early Registration Discounts that End Today (12/25)!

Check out my upcoming class lineup here: CLICK HERE

The Best Photographic Gift You Could Give Yourself

Workshop options and lodging options are filling up for our 2020 Rocky Mountain Photography Workshop.   Some options are already sold out.

Early Registration Discounts End Soon, Saving You UP TO $400!
Join us on this fabulous photographic adventure in beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park of Colorado.

Participant Comment: “The Rocky Mountain Summer Photography Workshop was an amazing experience! The success of the workshop begins with the organization and preparation of the instructor. Kevin and Gail were superbly organized and prepared! It was a treat to be lead to the best spots at the optimum time of the day to photograph the spectacular beauty and wildlife in the park. They demonstrated great flexibility and adaptability in meeting the needs of the group with the ever changing clouds, weather, and wildlife. It was also an incredible learning experience having a photography professional available to coach and instruct on the best methods for creatively composing a scene, capturing stunning images, and the correct use of a wide range of photographic equipment. Not only can I wholeheartedly recommend this workshop, but I’m already scheduled for a Rocky Mountain Fall Photography Workshop with Kevin!”

 

 

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Add a Photography Workshop to Santa’s List

We have so many great photography learning opportunities for you in 2020!  Make sure you tell Santa (and that he signs you up by December 25th) to get great discounts!

YES any of these class options can be given as a gift to someone else (or YOU)!

  • Finding Your Way – Photography Workshop
    Saturday Feb 1st, 2020 9am – 6pm
    Whether you are just starting out in photography or you have years of experience, this class will meet you where you are and help you find new directions to head to discover your unique artistic expression in photography!
    I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS CLASS FOR ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS!
    Register by December 25th and SAVE $50!
  • “A workshop you can’t afford to miss!” – Rocky Mountain Photography Workshop
    NOW is the time to be registering for Summer or Fall 2020.
    Some options are already sold out!
    Register early and save up to $400!
     
  • Photography 101 – Fundamentals of Great Photography
    Tuesday Daytime Classes Begin January 21, 2020 10am-Noon(ish)
    Tuesday Evening Classes Begin January 21, 2020 7pm-9:10pm
    Start your photography learning with this class!
    Register by December 25th and SAVE $50!
     
  • Photographers Weekend Boot Camp
    Learn the important fundamentals of photography in one weekend!
    All day Saturday + Sunday afternoon
    Register by December 25th and SAVE $40!
     
  • Light & Photography Workshop
    Weekday Daytime Class Wed/Thurs January 29+30, 2020 9am-5pm
    Highly recommended for anyone serious about wanting to improve their photography!
    This course is a comprehensive look at light in its various forms, both natural and artificial and we look at the many ways we photographers can control and manipulate light to create great photographs! If you have taken Photography 101 or our Photographers Weekend Boot Camp, this is great next step!
    Register by December 25th and SAVE $70!
     
  • Adobe Lightroom Classic CC Weekend Workshop
    Weekend Workshop Feb 8-9, 2020
    Learn Adobe Lightroom Classic! This is an excellent program for helping photographers organize and create outstanding photographs!
    Register by January 1st and SAVE $$!
     
  • Adobe Photoshop CC for Photographers Weekend Workshop
    Saturday/Sunday February 22-23, 2020
    Learn this essential powerful tool for editing photographs.
    Very hands-on learning in a small class environment.
    Register by January 1st and SAVE $50!
     
  • Texas Bird Photography Ranch Workshop
    Weekend Class Friday-Sunday March 13-15, 2020 
    ONLY ONE SPACE LEFT!

    Sharpen your photography skills in bird photography at a fantastic wildlife ranch.
     
  • Photographers Spring 3-Day Weekend Getaway
    in the Beautiful Texas Hill Country

    April 16-19, 2020
    Join us for this fun 3-day weekend photography retreat
    !
    SOLD OUT (But let me know ASAP if you’d like me to add another option!! I might be able to do that.)
     
  • Private Instruction
    Focused on your specific needs and your schedule!
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A Caution About “Upgrading” to Mac OS Catalina 10.15.2

I have a MacBook Pro and recently upgraded to the latest Mac OS Catalina 10.15.2 and have been TOTALLY regretting having done so.  I am hearing from several of my former students that they are also running into problems since upgrading to Catalina 10.15.2.

I have personally encountered several problems that I would categorize as SERIOUS and I hope will be addressed ASAP. 

Here’s what a rep at Adobe says about Catalina upgrades on Mac: “You may want to remain on your current version of macOS until these issues have been resolved.”

For me, it was specifically the upgrade from 10.15.1 to 10.15.2 that started causing the most grief.

  • Strange behavior in my Mac Mail app, intermittently not being able to connect to my mail servers, but then the problem goes away, and then comes back again.  Seem awfully coincidental with having just upgraded the OS.
  • The latest version of Adobe Lightroom Classic CC Version 9.1:
    • Tethered capture connecting via USB to any Canon DSLR (I have 3) simply does not work at ALL any more.  Tethered capture is totally broken.
    • The Edit In Photoshop command when using the “Edit a Copy with Lightroom Adjustments” is totally broken.  Now I just get an error claiming there is a “Disk Error” but there is no problem with my hard drive (after scanning with Disk Utility for problems).  The only time I get this error is when doing this one command from Lightroom.  It simply does not work any more, at all.
    • I have heard from a couple of other people who were having problems opening their catalogs, although I haven’t encountered this problem (yet, at least).
  • Canon EOS Utility (3.11.1 latest version)
    • Tethered capture connecting via USB to any Canon DSLR (I have 3) simply does not work at ALL any more.  Tethered capture is totally broken by any means, whether using Canon’s utility or Adobe’s.
    • Canon tech support says 3.11.1 is compatible with the latest Catalina, but I am experiencing results that are contrary to that.
  • My battery on my MacBook Pro is virtually brand new.  I just replaced it a couple of months ago.  I am noticing the power is draining at a much faster rate than it ever did before.  At the moment, my battery is at 50%, but one hour ago it was at 100%.  Checking to see what app has been the biggest power consumer, it reports Photoshop is the culprit.  BUT I didn’t have this problem until I “upgraded” to Catalina 10.15.2.
    • p.s. 5 minutes have passed since I type this and I am already down to 40%

SO the bottom line is unless you have a very compelling reason you just need to upgrade to Catalina 10.15.2, I’d say DON’T DO IT.  

Some people respond saying they haven’t experienced a problem with Catalina, but I am not sure that is relevant because lots of people ARE experiencing problems like this and if you search, you will find a lot of discussion and frustration over the problems.  So if you upgrade, maybe you’ll be fine, or maybe you will totally regret it.  I am in the latter category.  :-/

I guess I’ll have to look into rolling back my MacOS to a previous version.  That’s a pain also though.  I am hoping Apple will make some fixes to resolve these problems OR I am hoping that Adobe and Canon can put out releases that work around these problems caused by the most recent Catalina release.

 

 

p.s. If anyone is curious about my particular model of MacBook Pro, here are the specs: Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013 model,2.6 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7, 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3, Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2 GB w/Intel Iris Pro 1536 MB; Hard drive: Apple SSD SM1024F

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Making a Difference in Our Community: Guest Speaker David Dauber

This is part of our series on people making a positive difference in our community! We open up our studio on Monday nights for all kinds of fascinating programs. This isn’t about photography. It’s about LIFE!

Who: Guest Speaker David Dauber
When: Monday December 16th 7pm
Where: Kevin Gourley Photography Studio,
11740 Jollyville Rd. Suite 400, Austin, TX map
Price:  Always free, all are invited!

David Dauber is passionate about making a difference. He recently took on the role of Accessibility Specialist in the Civil Rights Department of the State of Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) in Austin, Texas. Since 2007, David has been a co-producer, performer, writer and promoter of The Gene and Dave Show, an often-comical glimpse into the lives and lifestyles of people with disabilities which airs on Austin’s local public access television station and worldwide via an internet site with the same name. The Gene and Dave Show has been awarded two Media awards from the City of Austin Mayor’s Committee for People with Disabilities and a Telly award.  Their website also received a first-place award during one of Knowbility’s internet accessibility competition.
[This bio is from https://knowbility.org/instructor/david-dauber/ ]
RSVP by sending an email to

If you’d like to bring a party finger-food / snack , you are welcome to, but not required.

On Monday nights, we host various guest speakers, and book/video discussions, dinner outings, etc. throughout the year!  Anyone’s invited.  We’d love to have you join us.  We call the group LifeInsights

Some of our recent speakers include:
  • Kaylee Lartigue: Kaylee progressively lost her hearing as a young child but never let that hold her back.   She’s an activist advocating for the Deaf community. More info:  Deaf Girl Evolution. In May of 2019 Kaylee started her own nonprofit called Deaf Dreams to help people who are Deaf and hard of hearing follow their dreams and to give people access to technology that they may not have due to lack of health insurance and/or finances. 
  • Matt Freeman: Spiritual Director for Mobile Loaves & Fishes – Community First! Village
  • Deborah Cole: MSF, LUT  Author of Forthcoming Book: “Letting Go: How Less Becomes More”
  • Nichola Cotto: Photographer and founder of an amazing organization:  We Are Not Broken
  • Bill Schoening: Radio Voice of the San Antonio Spurs helping make a positive impact on men incarcerated in Texas prisons.
  • Kelly Jones: Founder of Unbridled Connection – Creating Connections Between Horses and Humans 
  • Fiona McInally:  The Missing Connections in the Fight Against Poverty
  • Darius Pettway: Darius is working to restore opportunity to young adults by providing them with tools of leadership, self-empowerment and conflict resolution. He is a published author and founder of Walls of Life.

Anyone is invited to attend!  RSVP by sending an email to

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“A workshop you can’t afford to miss” – Rocky Mountain Photography Workshop

2020 is quickly approaching and we have the perfect opportunity for anyone who loves nature and loves photography.

Join us for our Summer or Fall 2020 Rocky Mountain Photography Workshops by Kevin Gourley. 

Some options are already sold out.  Don’t wait any longer to register!   It is better to register early to reserve your spot in the workshop since space is limited, AND you have more choices for room selection (lodging fills up early)!

We have had participants come back to repeat the workshop 2, 3, even 4 times, it is so much fun!

“This is a workshop you can’t afford to miss! I came to the workshop with a goal of never using Auto settings again… I achieved that and more. Kevin is such a great teacher and is able to work with photographers of all levels. He made everyone comfortable, I am from Virginia and did not know anyone in the group (as were several others) by the end of the work shop I had made a group of new friends! We were able to get so many landscape and wildlife pictures. The whole experience was amazing. I’m ready to sign up for the next workshop! Thank you Kevin”

[ Click here to learn more or to register ]

About the Experience

  • 4-day and 9-day options (some are already sold out!!)
  • We stay at a lodge just 2 miles outside Rocky Mountain National park.
    • Fall River flows right through the property.
    • Wildlife often stroll among the lodge and cabins
  • BONUS: You can bring a non-photographer spouse/partner along for no additional charge, and they can go on all the adventures with us!
  • You will have wonderful photography opportunities for:
    • Stunning mountain landscapes
    • Abundant wildlife
      (elk, moose, marmots, pika, big horn sheep, coyote, bears, birds, and more)
    • Wildflowers (Summer)
    • Golden Aspen (Fall)
    • Waterfalls and cascades
    • Rivers and Lakes
    • Sunrises
    • Night sky / milky way (depending on the time of year and weather)
  • Consider this an adventure, not just a workshop. 
  • Truly memorable experiences.
  • Enjoy the camaraderie of other photographers and make new friendships
  • Experience Rocky Mountain National Park in ways the vast majority of vacationers often miss. This park is truly a national treasure.
  • Enjoy a complimentary burger cookout on the banks of Fall River
  • Kevin shares his years of experience in photography and knowledge of this magnificent park to ensure you have a great experience.
  • No doubt, you will have fun.
  • We have an early registration discount in effect that can save you up to $400! (But you need to register soon!)

[ Click here to learn more or to register ]

If you have any questions, just contact Kevin () .  If there are any reasons you are hesitating to sign up, just talk to Kevin.  We really want this to be an outstanding experience for you and we want you to be with us to join in the fun.

Don’t just trust our word on how great this experience is! 
Scroll past the photos below, and read what previous participants have said about the workshop.

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Participant Comments: 

    • “The Rocky Mountain Photography Workshop turned out to be the perfect opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the Rockies while learning with a small group of incredible photographers. I learned every day both from Kevin and other photographers in the small group. I cannot imagine a better opportunity than this workshop for photographers who love nature and want to hone their skills.”
    • “Kevin guided us to a variety of great photographic places when the lighting was ideal. We were able to photograph beautiful lake and mountain sunrises, a lot of wildlife including moose and many herds of elk. Kevin knew when to be at different areas when there were the best chances to see wildlife. Thanks Kevin for a great trip.”
    • “Kevin is an excellent workshop leader. He takes you to the best spots at the right time and gets you set up to get your best photos. Highly recommend.”
    • “The workshop was outstanding because we had total access to Kevin and Gail’s knowledge and experience in photography. We were presented with multiple shooting locations and lighting situations from which to learn. Kevin was always available to provide advice and help resolve any problems with camera settings or answer questions. The availability of daily photo reviews permitted one to make any adjustments to shooting techniques before the next day. This was the most hands-on learning experience I have had and I look forward to more with Kevin.”
    • “This workshop provided a broad depth of experiences in the RMNP because Kevin is so knowledgeable about the area and about the best way to photograph it. I really appreciated the care given to maximize each student’s experience, no matter their skill level. I will definitely consider taking other trips with Kevin and Gail.”
    • “Could not be happier with how the workshop turned out. Everyone involved was so nice and easy to get along with. Kevin was an excellent teacher – patient, explained well, relaxed and never felt rushed or that I may be holding others back. It was very rewarding and would highly recommend Kevin’s workshops!!”
    • “Kevin is a natural-born teacher and superbly facilitated the group while providing one-on-one attention. I learned a lot without feeling overwhelmed with technical details and had fun in the process. I highly recommend this workshop!”
    • “This exceeded all my expectations!”
    • “The natural beauty of RMNP was enhanced by Kevin’s knowledge of the park and locations that were custom picked for great photographic shots. Kevin’s calm, patient and knowledgeable teaching style meant that everyone, at whatever level they were at, felt comfortable asking questions, making mistakes, learning from them and then getting immeasurably better pictures as a result. The improvement in my photography from Day 1 to Day 4 was unbelievable. I came thinking the auto settings on my camera really took better pictures than I did, and I left seeing and believing that the pictures I now understood how to take were vastly superior to anything the camera could capture in auto mode. It was a 5 star experience from beginning to end.
    • “This is a workshop you can’t afford to miss! I came to the workshop with a goal of never using Auto settings again… I achieved that and more. Kevin is such a great teacher and is able to work with photographers of all levels. He made everyone comfortable, I am from Virginia and did not know anyone in the group (as were several others) by the end of the work shop I had made a group of new friends! We were able to get so many landscape and wildlife pictures. The whole experience was amazing. I’m ready to sign up for the next workshop! Thank you Kevin” – Barb

  • “The Rocky Mountain Summer Photography Workshop was an amazing experience! The success of the workshop begins with the organization and preparation of the instructor. Kevin and Gail were superbly organized and prepared! It was a treat to be lead to the best spots at the optimum time of the day to photograph the spectacular beauty and wildlife in the park. They demonstrated great flexibility and adaptability in meeting the needs of the group with the ever changing clouds, weather, and wildlife. It was also an incredible learning experience having a photography professional available to coach and instruct on the best methods for creatively composing a scene, capturing stunning images, and the correct use of a wide range of photographic equipment. Not only can I wholeheartedly recommend this workshop, but I’m already scheduled for a Rocky Mountain Fall Photography Workshop with Kevin!”
  • “Thanks for another spectacularly successful workshop in Rocky Mountain National Park! The conditions were even more challenging than last Summer, yet everything progressed flawlessly. We were at the right place at the right time to capture some incredible images. Thanks for everything!”

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If you have any questions, just contact Kevin () .  If there are any reasons you are hesitating to sign up, just talk to Kevin.  We really want this to be an outstanding experience for you and we want you to be with us to join in the fun.

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Photography Workshop Special Offer!

Photographers Spring 3-Day Weekend Getaway
April 16-19, 2020

Sorry, this is SOLD OUT!  Let us know if you’d like us to add another session this Spring!

Join us for this fun 3-day weekend photography retreat in the beautiful Texas Hill Country!

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE RETREAT!

The “Black Friday” special has ended, but you can still sign up for this retreat weekend and save $50 if you register early!

More Info About the Photographers Spring 3-Day Weekend Getaway:

  • At beautiful Mo Ranch Retreat Center in the Texas Hill Country
  • A fun 3-day weekend of photographing on this beautiful 500 acre ranch
  • Arrive on a Thursday evening, depart on Sunday
  • It’s a photographer’s paradise on the North Fork of the Guadalupe River with hiking trails and habitats including aquatic, riparian areas, grasslands, oak-juniper woodlands and limestone hills
  • Don’t think of it as a workshop.  Think of this as a fun photographers “retreat” to get away and just have fun exploring with other photographers.
  • This place is beautiful and a perfect location to retreat from daily life.
  • We’ll do a “photographers’ scavenger hunt” to put everyone on a search to photograph specific things
  • Mo Ranch offers lodging in motel-style rooms with two full-size beds and a full bath
  • Shared dining in their dining hall offering a wide variety of savory and fresh buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner options, prepared daily by their culinary staff who use only the freshest ingredients
  • Explore the fascinating architecture of the many buildings and old chapel on the ranch
  • Participants can capture images of wildlife and birds throughout the property and along the river
  • The wildflowers at Mo-Ranch and the nearby Hill Country habitat include Bluebonnets, Wine Cups, Indian Paintbrushes, Indian Blanket, Antelope Horn Milkweed, Milk Vetch, Spiderwort, Texas Lantana, Drummond’s Phlox, Texas Groundsel, Texas Vervain, White Prickly Poppies, Pink Evening Primrose and many, many more
  • Weather permitting, we will also try to capture some beautiful sunrise photos and for those willing to stay up late, we’ll show you how to create great images of the beautiful night sky and Milky Way
  • Let’s have some fun with outdoor “light painting” techniques also!
  • Try out some HDR photography techniques, if you want to learn that
  • Attend/take the workshop with a photographer friend and you can share a room to reduce costs
  • Bring along a non-photographer spouse/partner on the trip, and only pay a nominal added fee

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE RETREAT!

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Gratitude – A Note from Kevin Gourley

I have always been a believer that the best way to live life is to focus on what we DO have rather than what we DON’T have.  When we look at life through the lens of gratitude, we see the small things that are most meaningful, and in fact we most likely will find they are not “things” at all.

I am so deeply grateful for:

  • I am grateful for my family
  • I am grateful for my friends (too numerous to count)
  • I am grateful for this life God has blessed me with
  • I am grateful for my Church family
  • I am even grateful for the hardships, because I learned important lessons
  • I am grateful for all my friends who were also my coworkers in my previous career in the Austin tech world
  • I am grateful for my 2nd half of life career in photography (I always, in my heart, knew this was what I was supposed to be doing)
  • I am grateful for all of my clients whom I really see as my friends (you have blessed my life in more ways than you know)
    • I am grateful for our memories on our various adventures on our workshops in Colorado, Oklahoma, and Texas 
    • I am grateful to have been able to take you on these adventures
    • I am grateful I was able to help you in your photography in some way
    • I am grateful that you have enabled me to pursue my love of photography and teaching as my career
  • I am grateful for our LifeInsights group
    • Our friendships made
    • Our personal sharing of viewpoints, laughter, a few tears
    • Our dinner outings
    • Our adventure beating drums around a campfire
  • I am grateful for all of the incredibly wonderful people I have met through all this who are boldly going out and devoting their lives in making this world a better place.  You all inspire me.  (I think you know who you are.)
  • I am grateful that even though I am not financially wealthy, in other ways I am the richest man in the world.

Bless you all on this Thanksgiving Day

Kevin Gourley

“Life gives us brief moments with another…but sometimes in those brief moment we get memories that last a life time…”  
Author Unknown

“This moment contains all moments.”   
C.S. Lewis

The art of life is to live in the present moment, and to make that moment as perfect as we can by the realization that we are the instruments and expression of God Himself.  
Emmet Fox

Don’t look back on happiness, or dream of it in the future. You are only sure of today; do not let yourself be cheated out of it. 
Henry Ward Beecher

Life is a great and wondrous mystery, and the only thing we know that we have for sure is what is right here right now. Don’t miss it. 
Leo Buscaglia

Living in the moment means letting go of the past and not waiting for the future. It means living your life consciously, aware that each moment you breathe is a gift. 
Oprah Winfrey

One day at a time–this is enough. Do not look back and grieve over the past, for it is gone; and do not be troubled about the future, for it has not yet come. Live in the present, and make it so beautiful that it will be worth remembering. 
Ida Scott Taylor

Each moment in time we have it all, even when we think we don’t. 
Melody Beattie

“Life is all memory, except for the one present moment that goes by you so quickly you hardly catch it going.”  
Tennessee Williams

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Guest Speaker: Kaylee Lartigue – Deaf Girl Evolution

December 9th!
6:30pm Potluck / Bring a food item to share
7pm 
Guest Speaker
Kaylee Lartigue

Kaylee progressively lost her hearing as a young child but never let that hold her back.   She’s an activist advocating for the Deaf community. She started Deaf Girl Evolution and strives to empower her peers to advocate for deaf and hard of hearing people. In May 2019, she started a nonprofit organization called Deaf Dreams seeking to help young people who are deaf to achieve their dreams.  She’s an excellent student and is pursuing one of her own dreams: modeling.

Where: Kevin Gourley Photography Studio
11740 Jollyville Rd. Suite 400, Austin, TX 

RSVP to if you would like to attend!  Or email me if you have any questions.

Even though we have posted this on our photography blog, you do not have to be a photographer to attend this!  It is open to anyone!
This is hosted as part of our LifeInsights group.  Learn about more LifeInsights activities CLICK HERE!

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