Wednesday, May 30, 2007


I've been shooting high school graduations mostly. Jeremy was a lil concerned that I would think that all the Daily Herald does is graduations... Oh, well, it's that time of the year, isn't it? I've also shot baseball for the first time (man, it's hard when you don't know the sport). The assignment I've enjoyed the most so far was the re-opening of a public swimming pool that had been closed for two years. Also shot a A-1 stand alone at Orem cemetery.

So, I thought I would post some of these pictures. Here they go...

Friday, May 25, 2007


Ok, I hardly stopped to take pictures during my long drive from CoMO to Provo, but I'm gonna throw a couple of them in here (trip/calendar type of thing)...


I stayed for the night at Katheleen's (Sarah Byrne's sister), her husband Kevin and their little daughter Stella

They live in Centennial, Wyoming, a little town (population: 100) up in the mountains. This is how you see Centennial from my friends' porch

These are a couple of miles up the mountain from Centennial

I really love Wyoming. Wonderful light...

This is the Provo Canyon, which basically leads to the city of Provo (on the other side of that mountain)

My newspaper

On my very first day in Provo, my boss, Jeremy Harmon and his wife Amanda took me to the Salt Lake City Zoo. I took this picture while they were looking at the bears (can you tell why they call him "TALL J"?)

In Provo, no matter where you are or where you go, you always see mountains. This is the view from my (ex) bedroom's window

Friday, May 11, 2007


My third semester in Missouri is over. In a few days, I'll hit the road and go to Provo, Utah, where I'll be working as a photographer for the Daily Herald during the summer. I've been told it's a beautiful area of the country. Hope to enjoy my stay there and, above all, to develop my storytelling skills as a photojournalist.
We can keep in touch through this blog. So, check it often! I will also check yours.
Have a great summer!

Yeah, this is the car I bought to be able to work in that part of the world... seriously


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