Keri Wyatt Kent
Keri Wyatt Kent has authored ten of her own books, and co-written, collaborated or contributed to a dozen others, working with authors like Rick Warren, Bill Hybels, Brett Eastman, Bill Donahue, and Chantel Hobbs. She’s the founder and president of A Powerful Story, which offers ghostwriting, curriculum production, editing and training. She speaks at events and retreats around the country.
Prior to launching A Powerful Story, Keri served as director of content development for LifeTogether, where she managed a team of writers, videographers, graphic designers and editors to create innovative video-based small group curriculum. A former reporter for the Daily Herald, Keri creates content for marketing, blogs, and numerous online publications.
Michael VanDerAa is a Chicago area photographer, merchandiser, graphic designer and teacher. Michael is employed at Timothy Christian High School where he instructs photography and develops content strategy for marketing and communications.
Michael has worked in a number of creative positions in both the non-profit and private business sectors serving as Director of Marketing, Creative Director, Brand Manager and Visual Merchandiser.
Rev. Joseph Huizenga
Pastor, Roseland Christian Ministries
Rev. Joseph Huizenga is the pastor at Roseland Christian Ministries, and former adjunct to the Theology Department at Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, IL. Joe studied at Western Theological Seminary and resides in Chicago serving his congregation and the community in Chicago's southside Roseland neighborhood with ministries such as GROW: God Reforming Our Women, LOT: Leaders of Tomorrow, a youth enrichment program, and the Homes Renewal program.
MOORD VELDEN AT YOUR SCHOOL, CHURCH OR MUSEUM.
If you would like to display the Moord Velden portrait project at your school, church, cultural center or museum, please use the contact form to reach us. We can make arrangements to deliver the artwork for a specific period of time and provide small booklets to distribute which include each individual's story.
Images are 16x16" (24x24" framed) framed in black with an 8-ply white mat. Please include the dates you would like to display the show, how long you would like it to run, when artwork can be delivered and the town your organization is located in. (Artwork is available for display in the greater Chicagoland area / suburbs, northwest Indiana, and western Michigan areas.)