Today and Thursday I covered the Troy Trojans during games 1 and 2 of their series against Aubrey in Burleson. Unfortunately, the Trojans were swept pretty convincingly and it looks like my post-season baseball freelancing for the Temple Daily Telegram might be winding down. At The Shorthorn, lots of new faces are going to be coming in so my focus will be on training but hopefully more jobs will come in so I can keep shooting.
Monday, May 24, 2010
Friday, May 21, 2010
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Saturday, May 8, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010
This week was the last week of production at The Shorthorn for the spring and it was pretty hectic and exciting. I finally got the Marquez Haynes photos done for the graduation issue and they turned out great. We had a hard time choosing just one. It was also fitting that my last week of the semester was filled with nothing but sports considering that the last couple of weeks had a severe lack of competitive spirit. Baseball was pretty exciting as the Mavericks took on DBU and I did a full package of stills, a video and a gallery for a wheelchair football event put on by the Movin’ Mavs. They even let me play a game and make a fool of myself but it was great to see how much skill is involved in playing wheelchair sports. I will be Photo Editor at The Shorthorn over the summer and, hopefully, through the fall semester but my personal goal is to continue to shoot and keep Shots of the Week going along with the rest of my responsibilities in the future. I will also be updating the blog with freelance shoots and more interesting photographic experiences throughout the summer. Enjoy.
Sunday, May 2, 2010
A beautiful day for UTA Night at the Ballpark in Arlington.
President James Spaniolo throws out the first pitch on Monday during UTA Night at the Ballpark in Arlington. Spaniolo said that this cooperation between UTA and the Rangers exemplified the fact that UTA is a major university. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Political science junior Jordan Shirley, right, tears a waxing sheet off of psychology junior Mo Awadalla’s leg Wednesday on the Central Library mall. Awadalla was raising money for a Push America cross-country bike ride that will take him from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. in 64 days. Shirley said he wanted to help because “the money is going towards a good cause and it’s always fun to pull hair off of a guy’s leg.” (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley
Members of the Metroplex Association of Career Schools team walk as night falls on the Relay For Life fundraising event at the Coca Cola Pavilion on Friday. The American Cancer Society's annual event brought out over 1,100 participants on 88 teams to walk for 12 hours to raise money for cancer research and support services. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Bags remembering loved ones lined the path around the Coca Cola Pavilion on Friday. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Relay For Life
Baptist Student Ministry Jar Wars