PUB LETTER CONTRIBUTORS FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS Molly Clancy crafts words into Angela Hopper-Lee Angela (Angie) Hopper-Lee has a bachelors degree in Pho- tography and drawing from SCAD. Angela first attend S AD for illustration with an interest in illustrating childrens books. She has been working as a photographer in Savannah for over 15 years and has enjoyed working with families and business- es. Her other loves are singing, animals, and of course her family Wayne and Annabelle! Angela and Wayne are excited to announce their new business The Bull Street Light Room. This is a Studio Share for photography, videography and also an event space for exhibitions and small events. Additional- ly, Angela is partnering up with Rich Burkhart to begin new adventure in Wedding Photography. Look for The Road Ahead Wedding Professionals to book your wedding for 2020! e. See her work in South’s Greatest Kids on page 42. sentences for hire. She loves the feeling when those sentences tumble out like dice on a sidewalk, but she’s never satisfied with her analogies. When she s not rolling snake eyes on a freelance career, she enjoys reading historical fiction, taking early morning dog walk and gettin’ the heck outta Dodge. Read Mo-Town on page 70 and Street Doctors on page 76. Robyn Passante is a longtime jour- nalist and former Lowcountry resident and regular South contributor. She now lives in central Pennsylvania with her two boys and is managing editor of the Penn Stater, an award-winning bimonthly magazine of the Penn State Alumni Association, the largest dues-paying alumni association in the world. Read All Secure on page 34. Todd Stone As a photojournalist and later a commer- cial freelance photographer, Todd Stone has accumulated a long list of accolades, appearing in numerous publications in- cluding Newsweek, Time and USA Today. He was also the on-set photographer for recent films, “Fireproo ” and “Coura- geous.” He and Cindy, his wife of 30 years, have two grown children. See Road to Glory on page 26. Barry Kaufman Barry Kaufman (pictured at right) is a long-time contributor for South mag- azine now entering his 17th year as a transplant from the frigid climes of the North. Beyond his work for the magazine, he is a regular contributor for various publications around the southeast and freelance copywriter whose work can be found at kaufmancopy.ink. Read Tom Berenger on page 57 and Nick Diaplo on page 38. 16 SOUTH December | January 2019 Nelson LaPorte Nelson is a New York native, Marine Corps Veteran, with a passion for photography. His daughter is his “why,” and most importantly, she’s his “everything.” They are a team that knows just how to find the beau y in each moment, creating amazing photography and great friendships along the way. See Nelson’s work in “Silver Linings” on page 60.