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Christianson Photography and Family Legacy Financial Solutions present: "The Recycled Frame Photography Show," on September 7th and 8th, 2018.  This show will showcase photographs taken by Alan Christianson, featuring Holly Sullenger, each one in a recycled and repurposed picture frame.

In addition to the photography show, Alan Christianson will be offering free head shots to attendees. From 5pm-7pm on September 7th, and again from 11am-1pm on September 8th, those wishing to have new head shots can come dressed and have their photos taken.  Head shots will be emailed to participants the following week.

Additionally, attendees can purchase raffle tickets to win one of two framed photographs.  One photograph, Sunset on the Bay, is a favorite of Alan's.  The other, Yate's Mill, is a photograph taken by Holly Sullenger.  The raffle tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5, with 25% of the proceeds going to Arts Access.  Arts Access is an organization dedicated to providing artistic experiences to individuals with disabilities.

Those interested can call Alan with questions at 216-409-6461 or can email him at [email protected].  

Alan's co-host, Family Legacy Financial Solutions, LLC, is hosting the event at their office location: 1000 CenterGreen Way, Suite 190, Cary, NC 27513.  On September 7th, the event will take place from 5pm-9pm.  On September 8th, Alan will receive patrons from 10am-3pm.

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See you there!


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Christianson Photography supports Arts Access "Series of Fortunate Events" 2018 Christianson Photography was thrilled to volunteer professional photography services to support the "Series of Fortunate Events" hosted by Arts Access.  Arts Access, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was founded in 1984 and is dedicated to increasing access to North Carolina's thriving arts community for children and adults with disabilities.  You can visit for more information.

On May  3, we photographed distinguished guests at the Opening Night Gala which was held at the Laurelbrook in Raleigh, NC.  Raleigh mayor Nancy McFarlane was a guest speaker.

On May 4, Christianson Photography photographed artwork displayed during the First Friday Reception, held at the United Arts Council on Glenwood Avenue.  We were honored to capture the artists and their respective creations.

On May 5, we photographed four great bands for the Arts Access Concert held in the Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh.  In addition to capturing the headliner group Castle Wild, we also photographed Greenville-based Built For Comfort as well as local groups Carolina Lightnin' and 3WB.

On May 10, Christianson Photography captured the film screening of The Shape of Water at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Raleigh.  A rousing discussion about the film and how differently-abled individuals are represented in movies made for interesting photos.

On May 12, we photographed the Kid's Art Exhibition at the Sertoma Art Center in Raleigh.  Children and their families created fanciful make-and-takes in the art center, and crafted beautiful chalk squares on the walking path adjacent to the center.

Finally, on May 16, we were able to visually capture amazing moments at the Theatre Showcase, held at Theatre in the Park, Raleigh.  The actors put on amazing  theatrical performances.

Photographs from these events will be available for viewing at later this month.

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