Anazao @ Confluence.

April 7, 2009

Greetings.  Granted it has been some time since my last blog, okay, quite a while since my last post – what can I say, working at the Law School keeps me busy.  Needless to say I am still out there shooting, just not posting as much.  I need to work on that.  Regardless, I would like to post some film shots of my best friend, Josh, and his band Anazao.  

Anazao recently performed live at an amazing coffee house venue in Winston-Salem, NC, and let me just say this coffee venue is something Winston needs – big time.   If you’re ever in that part of North Carolina be sure to check out Confluence Coffee House.  One of the most original coffee house designs featuring internet accessibility, a lounge area, a performing stage, Hershey’s Ice Cream, a full sandwich menu, and the really cool part – an indoor playground for kids; totally awesome.  Check them out.  

Back to Anazao (which means to be restored, revived) – these guys are dynamic with their message of hope in Christ. I believe that their experiences and stories about grace seriously move the heart and the story of how each of the band members came together is truly God-engineered.  Live music is definitely an outlet they use to share their message.

 Kudos to them and my good friend Josh, miss you buddy.

 Until next time…whenever that might be.

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4 Responses to “Anazao @ Confluence.”


  1. Great pictures and thanks for the shout out. Are you willing to share the high res of these pics?

    Specifically full stage and any phones of confluence stuff.

    thanks again.

  2. Kristen Breedlove Says:

    Again, Great Job! These are awesome!

  3. Rob Jones Says:

    Nice work, as always Chris. Look forward to talking with you soon!

    – R

  4. Monty Ader Says:

    Chris, these are great pics. Continue doing what you’re doing. I’m thankful that Josh mentioned to you about coming that night. I had forgotten what “film” looked like. There is no replacement for it and no replacement for good work either. Thanks for the shoot.
    Monty


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