5/29/2018–Growth and Chickens

5/29/2018–Growth and Chickens

While it may not come as some surprise, but I am nowhere near perfection. From now, until the day I die, I will continue to grow not only as a photographer but as a person, too. Advertisements

5/29/18–Chemeketa hosts Latino Culture Celebration

5/29/18–Chemeketa hosts Latino Culture Celebration

Chemeketa brings light to a culture not really presented in good light since the 2016 elections.

5/24/18–“Hold Fast to Dreams” Essay Contest

5/24/18–“Hold Fast to Dreams” Essay Contest

The author and speaker hosted the contest in hops to encourage young writers. Just today, an event regarding an essay contest at Chemeketa Community College, sparked interest in the students that participated.

5/18/2018–Chickens in the wild

5/18/2018–Chickens in the wild

Beautiful Rocket, standing on the porch; while looking at a plant. As the title may be misleading, these guys have been living a life of luxury. However, in their hearts they will always strive to have freedom that all chickens may want.

5/15/18– Out with the old in with the new!

5/15/18– Out with the old in with the new!

A class assignment during my first photography class at Chemeketa CC. Growth as a photographer is something that everyone strives to achieve. The moment our work gets noticed, a giant grin just grows as we read through every comment that is left and we take it to heart.

5/15/2018–Softball

5/15/2018–Softball

Chemeketa Storm Defeates Clark College 14:12 at Wallace Marine Park last weekend 5/10/18. Full Article will be released by The Chemeketa Courier, more updates on that real soon.

5/11/18—Finding My Path

5/11/18—Finding My Path

Baseball gloves left to sit on top of the fence during a game at Wallace Marine Softball field. Photography isn’t just a passion, but it’s what I do for a living. I’ve spent years struggling to find where I belong, and frankly, I never was successful at finding out who I want to become.

5/11/18–Chemeketa’s Softball Sends Thanks

5/11/18–Chemeketa’s Softball Sends Thanks

Chemeketa’s Softball team sends their gratitude to someone who’ve been with them for awhile.

5/7/18–From birth to now

5/7/18–From birth to now

Originally named after a female, this rooster was eventually gendered and had a name change to “Black Night.” These guys are consistent with the element of surprise. Growing from just little chicks, to full grown adults in a matter of weeks, these guys are one step further from being free.

5/6/18–Guinea pig being fed carrots

5/6/18–Guinea pig being fed carrots

Skinny faced guinea pig held by owner and being fed by “Grandmother.” Like I keep mentioning, it doesn’t matter where you are, or what your level of photography comes from, but it matters on how passionate you are with what is given.