Tuesday, June 26, 2007


Cookie Crumbs

Cafeteria fun. I heart kids. I believe she's a faculty member's daughter, and her sister on the left.

An Afternoon of Arias


Opening Night @ Brevard Music Center

Locals, students and visitors herd toward Whittington-Pfohl Auditorium before the opening night perfomance. Affectionate couples everywhere, it's beautiful.

Maestro David Effron leads the Brevard Music Center Orchestra (BMCO) in Beethoven's Fifth...dah, dah, dah, dummm.

Violinists watch the orchestra perform backstage as they await their second entrance. 


Thursday, June 21, 2007

A Wedding

I flew home for my cousin's wedding earlier this month. I wasn't the photographer, but I shot a little for fun. I LOVE all things weddings and hopefully I'll do more of this in the future. 

Here's the slideshow I put together as a gift for the couple.

Prayer during the ceremony.


My cousins, they're brothers. 

My dad and step-mom...awww.

More flower girl, I couldn't resist.

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Picture Story* Photo Essay: Aging Gracefully

A photo essay about people staying active as they age. Photographed in Columbia, MO, March through May '07. This project is somewhat of an extension of my first aging story, "An Aging Mind", and my first attempt at an essay. I really love working with seniors, and it has become sort of a continued personal project.

Chapter 1: The Runners

Chapter 2: Perseverance

Chapter 3: Golfing

Chapter 4: Music & Dance

Chapter 5: Exercise & Family

Picture Story* Car Project

Slideshows of two stories I photographed for our group project about car culture...check it.

Krystal Dimension

Cruisin' Columbia
(photos only...audio is missing for some reason)

Picture Story* An Exercise in Editing: "Michael Phelps"

Michael Phelps broke his own world record in the 200-meter butterfly at the Mizzou Aquatic Center on Saturday, February 17, 2007 while competing in the Missouri Grand Prix.


Picture Story* Five Points of View: "Missouri Grand Prix. An exploration of lines, patterns, movement & physique"

Twenty-one American olympians and over half the swimmers from the World Championship team competed at the Missouri Grand Prix at the Mizzou Aquatic Center in Columbia, MO, February 16-19. This was the third of seven stops in the series of meets before Team USA heads to Melbourne, Australia for the World Championships.


Picture Story* Five Points of View: "The Look of Generosity"

Valentine's Day at Salon Nefisa in Columbia, MO was about organizing a day for people to give years of hair growth to Locks of Love. The hair goes to needy children who have lost their hair to illness and cancer treatment. Erika Breedlove cut her hair for Locks of Love for the first time in 2002, and has encouraged a total of 60 people to donate their hair every year since then. Six years and many haircuts later, Breedlove collected 20 feet of hair from men and women, including herself, on February 14, 2007 to donate.