Reflections of Christ | grand junction photographer

Reflections of Christ by Mark Mabry

Such an inspiring, amazing event to be a part of. A few weeks ago, my good friend Adam Cochran, asked me to help him with project he was working on with his church. I was honored and have had the privilege of photographing this very special event sponsored by St Mary’s Hospital this last week and will continue to do so as it moves over to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints late tonight.

St Mary’s hospital hosted this event in the brand new Saccomanno Education Center. It was the first event in the new building and wow, what a way to welcome the facility to our community. They have done an amazing job presenting the display and the events surrounding it. Yesterday we had the privilege of meeting Mark Mabry and listing to him speak about how this project has effected his career, his faith, and the lives of those around him.

The exhibit, which features photographic scenes from Christ’s life — from his birth to ministry to crucifixion to resurrection may be seen through tonight at St Mary’s hospital. “Reflections of Christ” will be moved to 2542 G Road in Grand Junction at the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints February 23-27, 3:00pm to 7:30pm, weekdays and 11:00am to 7:30pm, Saturday. Families of all faiths are welcome. There will be a “Meet the Artist Fireside” at the church tonight at 7:00pm, evening mini concerts throughout the event and a closing concert with Men Behind the Music on Sunday, February 28 at 7:00pm. The exhibit includes an original soundtrack by Clyde Bawden and Jason Barney of specially arranged hymns, plus a behind-the-scenes documentary shot by videographer Cameron Trejo.

Reflections of Christ Grand Junction

You can see all of the images in the display here.

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  1. I love B&W now days, it is so rare that it really jumps out at you. This may be a stupid ? but is that B&W film, a setting on a digital Camera or Photo shop?

    • cristine

      Thank you Clay, I’m shooting with a Canon 5d and all of my conversions are done in photoshop. It was crazy dark in there. I think my ISO was up at 3200. That high ISO will cause a film look. Do you shoot film?

  2. We wanted to go tonight, but didn’t make it. You did an excellent job, the photos are amazing!

  3. clair

    Hi- I just popped over from Phreedom. What an awesome experience this must have been. I have enjoyed watching a DVD about this project and would LOVE to get to see the photographs in person. You got some very beautiful shots of the exhibit.

  4. Monica

    You are incredible! Someday, when I grow up, I want to be like you! 😉 Great shots. I love the one with the girl in the dress.

  5. L Dillon

    These are beautiful photos that capture the emotions felt when viewing Mark’s portraits. I loved the exhibit.


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