Reflecting on the Visual Storytellers

Reflecting on the Visual Storytellers

Posted by on Oct 16, 2015 in A Passing Glimpse

In preparation for writing this reflection, I took some time to reflect on what this course has meant to me as an instructor. In short and technically, the course was truly not much different than most other courses. That simply being: complete assignments to earn credit. I saw the girl with the flag, and I […]

Students Share Fast With the World

Students Share Fast With the World

Posted by on Sep 22, 2015 in A Passing Glimpse

With our city hosting the UCI Road World Championships this week, it was a fantastic opportunity for my photojournalism students to document the global event. Their assignment and challenge was to capture the mobile event and share their perspective of this large international event using mobile devices solely as their camera and digital darkroom. The results and stories are genuine, […]

grit and essence

The most memorable photographs are seldom those with the sharpest amount of image detail or the ones with the most glamorous model posed with a sultry suggesting mood. Those images that best speak to me often do so with unintended grit, beautiful flaws, and an unstaged real life essence that draws me in and keeps […]

victory and havoc

VCU had another game last night and once again came to play. Shaka Smart has his Rams believing in themselves and raising havoc. They’re succeeding at both. The Ram Nation believes. Go Rams and bring on 2012.

vcu spirit shines

The Rams refuse to live by their past success. This year’s team is determined to create their own history. The game on Saturday was filled with all of the spirit and excitement that the Ram Nation has come to expect. Go VCU. Go Rams!

basketball for breakfast

I went out for breakfast today. The daily special was perfect. Petit déjeuner des champions, desayuno de los campeones, or breakfast of champions. Regardless how you say it, it was delicious and I have a date for Saturday night. Go Ram Nation!