It’s not very often you meet a couple like Elliot and Jocelyn. Their story is pretty hilarious… and awkward (I just about died laughing upon hearing it), but it is so uniquely them.
You know, it’s amazing how people met and connect. It fascinates me how people weave in and out of our lives everyday. If you had told me that my camera guy from News Class (COMS 473, represent!) would have invited me to later film his wedding I would have been like, ‘What? Ha? Cool…’ but we continued to work together, eventually walking across the stage and starting our careers in the same town. Then I moved back to MD and he got a job working for his church. Fast forward one year later and he stepped up to become the media director for the same church, one that is changing lives across the globe. Both he and Jocelyn are heavily involved with Freedom 4/24, a non-profit that directly affects women enslaved in the sex trade. These two uplift others around them, and will continue to do more with their lives than many.
I do not make any claims to be an editor, but here are my highlights. Let’s give our highest congratulations to the Millers.