A Veteran-Woman Business

Serbennia Photography.com

      A Veteran-Woman Business    


Free 1-hour photoshoot for veterans and servicemembers.

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Art Inspired by the Front Lines

Posted on November 7, 2016 at 10:25 PM Comments comments (2)

Women Behind the Uber Wheel

Posted on March 23, 2016 at 10:50 AM Comments comments (2)

Happy New Year! Do Not Reinvent the Wheel

Posted on January 3, 2016 at 9:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Have you done all that you had planned to do in 2015?  How many goals have you reached?  What about your business goals, have they been met yet?  Have you considered reassessing your goals, plans, dreams, and desires?  Do you need to change the way that you do business with others?  Do you even know where to start in 2016 in reaching your goals for growth?

Quotes of Thankfulness

Posted on October 19, 2015 at 12:15 AM Comments comments (0)

"Thank You!" is one of the simplest prayers of appreciation that we say instinctively without a second thought. When we are grateful for others' good deeds, we take time out to acknowledge their mindfulness. This not only makes them feel warm and fuzzy inside but it helps us to feel good about ourselves too. Can you think of 10 things that you are grateful for that others have done for you? Better yet, are you able to name 10 things that you have done for others that caused them to thank you for your generosity?

Is Honor a Privilege?

Posted on September 6, 2015 at 7:45 PM Comments comments (1)

Very little is said anymore about a man or woman "of honor." There once was a time when honor was shown through integrity, honesty or fairness. Family members were considered honorable if they were a source of credit or distinction. Leaders were honored if the community had a high respect for them and they were worthy of the merit. The privilege of being associated with or receiving a favor from a respected person, group, or organization was once an honor. Some believe military honors have been watered-down and no longer hold much value because of the leniency given in receiving awards and the wide dissemination to Servicemembers. When we worship, is it still an honor? Is there still joy in having privilege to be blessed with demonstrating "honor" to the Most High God? Is there yet still some sincerity within us that warrants Honor to be a privilege? Or is "honor" just another word that we loosely throw around to impress others? What are we teaching our children? I don't know! Although once I thought I did, but now I'm just confused! I'm not sure anymore, when is enough, enough? What can we do to restore honor in our society? Should we go back to basics, again? Can we just start over? How can we really strive to honor His Name and our own names?

10 Big Picture Realities for New Small Business Owners

Posted on April 2, 2015 at 9:15 PM Comments comments (0)

1. 1.  I am not an expert in everything and don’t know everything.

2.  Financing a business can be intimidating.

3. I don’t have money growing on trees or an endless bankroll.

4. Maintaining monthly income and expense records is imperative.

5. Capability Statements are a requirement for government contracts.

6. DUNS numbers are FREE and required when dealing with the government.

7. Every level of government has its own contractor’s qualification process and set of rules.

8. Write your own Business Plans. No one knows your business aspirations better than you.

9. If one agency or organizations does not meet your needs, keep looking until you find one that does.

10. Time is money. Money is time. Spend it wisely. Don’t waste it. Only 24 hours in one day.


Professional Photographers volunteer to instruct

Posted on February 25, 2015 at 9:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Professional Photographers volunteer to instruct FREE Digital Photography Class and Fundraiser for a community youth partnership program presented by Ronald Allen Technology Center and the Greater Linden Development Corporation, a 501(c)3 private nonprofit organization.  

Learn from expert photography instructors Kojo Kamau, Tom Ziegler, Serbennia Davis, Jim Mitchell, Randy DePuy, Marcia Jones, Michael Hughes, and Ernest Levert, Jr. The professional team will assist in teaching an introductory class designed to expose students to photo basics, camera functions, and terminology of Digital Photography.  This is a hands-on class.

Register by March 31st!  Classes begins on April 17th - May 16th (5weeks); Youth Ages 14-18 (maximum students: 20)



Ohio History Center

800 E. 17th Avenue

Columbus, Ohio 43211

Thursday, April 16th

Time 7-9 PM

Cost $12 before April 9th; $15 after April 9th 

Camera, silent auction & More 

For further details:

Email:  rlassoc410@aol.com  

Website:  www.rl410.com  

Tele:  (614) 767-9229

CONTEST: New Year! New You! Wedding Photoshoot

Posted on January 1, 2015 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (0)



2 hour Photoshoot

Serbennia Photography - Certified lead photographer 

Free digital CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive

Keepsake album/photobook

Must enter by visiting "Contact us" link on our website

Must include Wedding date, location and telephone number in message box. 

In 50 words or less tell why 2015 is a "New Year with a New You!

Visit www.serbenniaphotography.com

Contest begins: January 1, 2015 -  Ends on:  March 28, 2015



Fine Art for Christmas

Posted on October 28, 2014 at 8:40 AM Comments comments (0)

Wouldn't you rather send a "Fine Art" Christmas or Birthday card this year to someone special instead of an everyday-store-bought collection?  What about including a matching piece of framed or canvas art, iPhone or Galaxy case?  The U.S. Postal Service delivers approximately 6.5 billion greeting cards each year. Birthdays rank number one! Christmas is the most popular seasonal card. View my latest images for this year's set of Christmas cards at http://pixels.com/profiles/serbennia-davis.html?tab=artworkgalleries

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