On Monday evening, November 26th I was joined by family, friends and distinguished members of Agawam as well as surrounding communities to celebrate the official grand opening of Ravishing Photography. I look forward to many years of providing beautiful portrait and commercial photography to families and businesses in the area. Thank you for helping make this event the huge success that it was!!!!
Special thanks to the following companies and individuals that worked very hard to bring this event to life:
Andrew Jenson of Jx2 Productions for the amazing lighting and decor. You truly transformed the space into an elegant affair!
Brad Jameson of Southgate Liquors for the red and white wine that was very much enjoyed by many guests!
Don, Shirley and Jason Coffin of RayGinn Manufacuring for working tirelessly to get the custom engineered backdrop system in place in time for the event.
Thomas Murphy of Murphy's Pub in Agawam for the freshest chips ever, kept toasty warm all evening in a warming tray.
Matthew Yacovone of Chicopee Street General Store for the ice cold refreshing soda enjoyed throughout the evening.
Tina & Eric Jack for the 200 plus mini cupcakes that wowed everyone who tried them! (You really should open a bakery, simply scrumptious!!!)
Aaron Wood from Aaron Wood Design's for donating the bacon, cheese and chocolate posters for the raffle. Congrats Katie on the win!!
Jeff Walker of Unique Creations Embroidery & Printing for donating the two canvas prints for the raffle. Congrats Jason on the win!!
Musicians Amy Bateman of The Amherst String Ensemble - String Quartet - Amherst and Charlie Apicella of Charlie Apicella & IRON CITY for making the drive to and from New York City to entertain our guests. Your musical talent is amazing!!
Ross Deprey of RingAGeek.com for running the webcast that allowed my Chicago and Florida peeps to take part from many miles away!
Katie Coffin, Jolene Blackburn Crawford, Kelly Deprey & Allen Deprey for working tirelessly throughout the evening, from setup, to serving to cleanup. Your professional demeanor and efficiency were noticed by all.
Come celebrate with us! Live music, food and prizes. Monday, 11/26 4-8pm
Spooky decorations and costumes to impress, watch the slideshow...if you dare!!!
A page from history. Check out some photographs of the old Agawam Woolen Mill as it was in the 1800's. In 1812 the Agawam Woolen Mill was established on Elm St. After a fire, the building was rebuilt in brick in 1889 and still exists today.