Thursday, February 21, 2013 Visit quinoa farms in Bolivia with Food Sovereignty Tours. (Shannon DeCelle Photography / January 23, 2013) By Caitlin Keller January 23, 2013, 11:07 a.m. Food Sovereignty Tours, a project of the Institute for Food and Development Policy (or Food First) in Oakland, will be traveling to Bolivia on March 9 to 18 to explore Andean food and farming systems. The tour will highlight quinoa grown in the Altiplano region and llamas, a source of meat, wool and transport, as both play a critical role in Andean food security. Participants will visit indigenous food markets, meet quinoa producers to learn about the grain-like crop and how global demand and increasing quinoa production is affecting surrounding soils and wetlands, and become familiar with organizations working with social movements that promote and strengthen food sovereignty. Tour participants will also learn how to prepare traditional meals with local foods grown in the community and foods acquired from other eco-regions through the Andean tradition of inter-ecological exchange. The tour costs $1,690 per person and includes accommodations, meals, program activities and ground transportation. Sign up online.;

Monday, February 4, 2013

Shannon DeCelle Photography Serving Albany New York has been a photographer with the NY POST for over 5 years and has developed a business that includes Weddings and Studio Portraiture.
Remembering lives lost in Binghamton  to gun violence

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Mary Kay Hunt Garcia
The mom and me event was so great!! you guys are going to be a huge success!! the studio is beautiful and both of you are so talented!! much love to both of you!! xoxo</b>
Julie Ann Price 

This past weekend I held my daughter’s birthday party at the studio. The girls had a blast. They got dolled up with hair and make-up and then went crazy with feather boas, hats and other great props. The whole time Shannon was taking action photos. Plus the girls got to hop in front of the camera and strike their favorite pose. The music was playing and the lights were flashing. It was a great time for everyone.   I can’t wait to see the final photos. This will definitely be a birthday my daughter will remember.    
Thanks Shannon and Krystal!