The Truth Shall Set You Free–Jim McCloskey portrait by Marius Bugge

A simply perfect black-and-white portrait of Jim Mccloskey taken by Marius Bugge. Jim McCloskey was raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia and is a 1964 graduate of Bucknell University. After three years as a naval officer in Japan & Vietnam, he spent 13 years in business, primarily as an executive for two different international management consulting firms, one in Tokyo and the other, The Hay Group, in Philadelphia. He left the business world for the ministry in 1979. Subsequent to earning a Masters of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary, he officially founded Centurion Ministries, Inc. in 1983.

The mission of Centurion Ministries is to vindicate and free from prison those individuals in the United States and Canada who are factually innocent of the crimes for which they have been unjustly convicted and imprisoned for life or death.

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Renée Comet Photography makes it on the list for not only 1 but 2 of the Best Cookbooks of 2013!

The Washington Post just released their list of “Best Cookbooks of 2103,” and Renée Comet photographed the beautiful covers and inside images for two on the list: “ The New Jewish Table: Modern Seasonal Recipes for Traditional Dishes ,” by Todd Gray and Ellen Kassoff Gray with David Hagedorn (St. Martin’s Press; 120 recipes, $35).; and “ The Smart Shopper Diabetes Cookbook: Strategies for Stress-Free Meals From the Deli Counter, Freezer, Salad Bar, and Grocery Shelves ,” by Robyn Webb (American Diabetes Association; 125-plus recipes, $18.95).

Renée works on many cookbooks throughout the year and is sought after for her style and ability to produce the best looks for recipes.  Great photography for a cookbook makes it not only a pleasure to read and cook the actual recipes, but makes it a fully artful experience.

Renée is also known for her work in ads, packaging, editorial and web.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/washington-posts-best-cookbooks-of-2013/2013/12/09/8074b0ba-5c36-11e3-be07-006c776266ed_story_1.html