Volunteering is Fun | Sunday Everyday

Since Ken and I moved to Chicago, I’ve been involved with a couple of really awesome organizations. In May, I volunteered my photography services for a fundraising event by the Lincoln Park Community Shelter (LPCS). I loved being able to help the shelter out and, since then, I’ve continued to offer my services for their…

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  • Murray Manus - It’s so great to have such dedicated volunteers like you Tennile. I am a case manager at the shelter and I know how valued your contributions are by our homeless guests. It’s such a wonderful thing that you are willing to share your time and talents (and equipment) to help out. Thanks a million.ReplyCancel

Mari and Clay | Chicago Couples Photographer

There’s so much to swoon for in this session; the glowy light, the colorful flowers, and, of course, the beautiful couple. But, my favorite thing about these pictures is the insight they give into the kind of love Mari and Clay have — the warmth and playfulness of it, the comfort and equality. Behind the…

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Fashionistas | Chicago Fashion Photographer

Hello, my beauties! Today, I have something a little different for you. In July, I got together with the lovely Sylvia Bart — a talented fashion stylist — to help document some of her interesting and edgy visions. Sylvia is a graduate of Columbia College’s Fashion Studies program, and has recently moved to LA where…

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Just One Frame | Chicago Couples Photographer

A warm summer’s eve, a couple in love… le sigh. I can’t wait to show you more from Mari and Clay’s session. These two are just too beautiful together. xo Tennile

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Justice for Trayvon | Sunday Everyday

Change happens when people are persistent.

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  • Natalie - Your conviction and your willingness to speak about it here shows the strength of your character. Your passion for your art and your politics will attract just the kind of clientele you’ll enjoy working with, I think. Integrity is infectious.ReplyCancel

    • Tennile Sunday - Thanks, Natalie. I hope you’re right! 🙂ReplyCancel

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