Wednesday, October 13, 2010


I just wanted to give an update as to what I am currently working on. I have decided to build my portfolio on Action Sports. Most of the photographs I have taken recently I do not have permission to post them on the internet, which is why I have not posted in so long. The most recent images definitely portray what I am currently working towards. Some great news is that I purchased a new camera, so my images will be of much much better quality and I am much more confident in my work now. Soon to come will be images of a Swim Meet between CSU and Utah.

Horizon vs. Rocky Mountain Football

These photographs were taken at a High School Football game between Horizon High School and Rocky Mountain High School and a beautiful Fall Saturday Morning. Rocky Mountain got off to a very early lead, but the Horizon Hawks prevailed in the end.

Denver University Volleyball

These photographs were taken at the Denver University Volleyball game vs. Gonzaga on September 11th, 2010. The Pioneers defeated Gonzaga three games to one in the Pioneer Classic hosted by Denver University.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Rapids VS Houston

These are a couple of my shots from the Rapids game the other night. It was kind of disheartening, they were a lot more strict on where I could be on the field... They wouldn't let me walk behind the goal or the benches, so I was stuck on the opposite end of the field as to where all the action took place, but I still got a few worthy shots.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Inline Skating Championships

These few photos were taken in Colorado Springs at the Inline Skating Championships held by Team USA. This was such an interesting experience, I had no idea there was competitive inline skating. These people are like machines! I have never seen such gigantic leg muscles on people. It was an awesome experience, and I wish I could have been down there for more of the competition. Hope you enjoy!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Toy Car

This was taken for my Editorial Class for our first assignment. We had to take a picture of something in a very objective way (neutral, not very interesting), then a picture of the same thing in a very subjective way (adding my own personal twist to the lighting, location, background, angle etc.) This is my subjective shot.