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I gave myself an assignment this week to photograph patterns, textures, and shapes. Here is what I ended up with.
Above: Jen and Chris silhouetted while spinning poi together. I had the opportunity ten days ago to travel up to Connecticut to go to a party and photograph some people spinning fire. I really enjoyed photographing John Walsh spinning fire for the Collegian last winter, so I immediately jumped on this opportunity and headed north. … Continue reading Photographing Fire Spinners
I shot this photo for an above the fold A1 Collegian story on the reinstatement of the varsity women’s tennis team. Disbanded in 2005 due to lack of funding, the tennis program is coming back next year. Click on the photo for a larger view.
I shot these photos of Hillsdale freshman John Walsh for a Collegian article. He practices an ancient form of juggling called Poi. Read the article over at the Hillsdale Collegian site. Click on the photos to view them larger. Test image that I really like:
I shot these photos for a story in the Collegian about the talented Flint Brothers. Read it here. The brothers, students at Hillsdale, wrote and conducted the entire score for the Tower Players’ production of King Stag. Visit their website. I learned about this story at the last minute, so I only had one chance … Continue reading The Brothers Flint
The semester moved into high gear quickly and I’ve spent my time recently finishing other projects and keeping on top of my classwork and exams. I want to post some photos I’ve shot recently for The Collegian. I shot this photo as a headliner for the Arts & Style section’s focus on food in the … Continue reading Food & Mood: Lighting Setup
I am in Estes Park, Colorado this week for the Foundation for Economic Education‘s Freedom Academy for high school students. (I know that I haven’t posted on my blog much this summer. I’ve been quite busy. I have a wonderful internship with the Foundation for Economic Education. I am working out of Atlanta with trips … Continue reading Great Day For a Hike
A few weeks ago I spent a long weekend in Charleston, SC visiting my friend Alex Cothran. I went to Charleston last year for spring break, but Alex showed me around a bunch of places I haven’t seen around the city. I had a great time! Though I was only there a few days, below … Continue reading Charleston, SC
On Friday morning, I started my trip down to Atlanta for my summer internship with the Foundation for Economic Education. I got to my grandparents’ house in Kingston, Tennessee in the early evening and stayed with them for two nights. I had a nice time staying with them, and they took me to a few … Continue reading Ozone Falls
The last city I stayed in was Nice, a beautiful city in the on the French Riviera in south-eastern France. It is such a gorgeous place! David and I took an overnight train from Bordeaux and arrived around 8:30 in the morning. The train was an experience… we stayed in a couchette car with four … Continue reading Spring Break Part 4 of 4 – Nice
Finally, after a stressful week, I have a few hours before I have to start studying for finals. Here are my photos from Bordeaux, where I spent the most time. There I did lots of things like exploring alone, spending a day in a French high school (not pictured), and going to a small funeral … Continue reading Spring Break Part 3 of 4 – Bordeaux
After my short stay in Paris, I took a train a few hours south to Bordeaux, where my friend David lives. After a short nap at David’s apartment, we immediately went to the town of Arcachon, a small but beautiful place on the Atlantic (well, technically on Arcachon Bay, but we could see where the … Continue reading Spring Break Part 2 of 4 – Arcachon
I am finally getting around to posting some of my spring break photos from France! I won’t write the story of my trip on here… I would much prefer to tell you in person, so call me and ask me to hang out! (Or if you are too far away to do that, call me … Continue reading Spring Break Part 1 of 4 – Paris
A few photos from Hillsdale College’s CCA III: The New Deal, which went from Jan. 31- Feb. 3. Amity Shlaes: Bradley C.S. Watson: Dr. Burt Folsom, giving one of FDR’s famous gestures of dissatisfaction (ironically to FDR’s New Deal policies):
Above: Freshman Samantha Gilman volunteers for “Arts for Creative Minds, a volunteer program where college students work with area youth in arts-related activities.” Read the article. (From the February 11 edition of the Collegian.)
Professor Matt Fuerst, part of Hillsdale’s excellent music faculty, is a composer who has had his compositions performed on three continents. In the picture above, he explains his composition method to the Hillsdale Collegian. Read the full story.
Click on the photo to view it at a larger size. I took this photo for today’s Collegian. This is one of Hillsdale’s art professors, Sam Knecht, “painting a large-scale scene of the Founding Fathers signing the American Constitution. The painting is part of the September opening of the Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for … Continue reading Professor Knecht