Mrs. Beveridge or known to her students as Professor Z, is also a published author, producer, and director. She has published three books, seven plays, original musical lyrics, and several short stories. She has been featured in several magazines and interviewed by various news shows such as The Jennie Montgomery Show, The Parade of Quartets, Channel 6 and Channel 12 in Augusta, GA, concerning her works. Her first play, Tell Them We Are Rising, helped get her a scholarship to complete her first degree in English Literature and the Arts from Savannah University. Later she would obtain her M. F.A in Communications Writing from Regent University and this would expand her horizons in playwriting and production.
Mr. Beveridge has been a humanitarian all his life, although, he doesn't want to admit it. Several years ago, John was featured in the South Carolina newspaper, and awarded for his humanitarianism by the South Congaree Fire Department of Lexington County. John was given this Humanitarian Award for literally saving an entire family from a burning building. Four years later, the Red Cross in South Carolina where John worked at the time, received a bomb threat. John, giving no thought of his own safety, made sure that everyone in his building was safely evacuated. After the bomb squad arrived, John's spirit of humanitarianism continued to shine, accompanying the bomb squad on their sweep the building. Over the years, John has also volunteered with the Secret Santa program for Richland Memorial Hospital, Children Cancer Unit. These are just a few courageous and kind moments where John has put his heart for helping others before himself. Several years ago when John was almost fatally injured on a job, he refused to let his disability hinder his desire to continuously help others. Mr. Beveridge found his calling once again while supporting his wife's dream through Pictures of Life.
Together this couple has influenced lives, inspired others, and through Pictures of Life, many of their dreams, and the dreams of others will be made possible.