Another year is in the books. And 2018 was one to remember for many reasons. In the spring I was able to follow along as Tech basketball went to Dallas for the NCAA tournament, and then I traveled to Omaha as baseball made it to the College World Series. In fall I covered all twelve football games for the first time.
Additionally, it was my busiest year to date for freelance work. Filled with many new clients and several repeats. As evidenced by some of the pictures below.
By dumb luck I caught Brandone Francis falling backwards after being accidentally hit by OSU’s Lindy Waters.
Lloyd Arthur’s Dry Farm
Through an especially dry winter, many farmers worried about when a rainfall would occur to give them a chance to plant their crops. Incidentally, the rain in September and October delayed the harvest by at least a month for many.
Similarly to Dr. Trifilo
Blue Sky Farms
Then before taking to the skies to Kansas City for the Big 12 Basketball Tournament, I was out on a dairy farm in Friona. The Pioneers Magazine published by UTHealth School of Public Health sent me up to Blue Sky Farms to follow a couple of researchers as a part of the cover story for the annual issue.
Jarrett Culver and Malik Ondigo celebrate together following the Red Raiders’ first win in the second round of the NCAA tournament in 13 years.
Record Hot Wheels Track
A group of Monterey students set out to break the record for longest Hot Wheels. At the end of the track, they rigged it to shoot confetti in the air.
5A Regional Golf
Every year when covering the regional golf tournaments I generally focus on our area athletes. And then if a player in the grouping I’m following gets caught in a hazard I’ll start shooting them. Amarillo’s Colby Flow was stuck in a series of consecutive bunkers at the bottom of the 8
Citizens Tower Tour
The city is in the middle of renovating the new site of city hall. And yes, those are trees in Lubbock.
I always enjoy large windows when I can use them in portraits. Here is Texas Tech running back Tre King inside the new sports performance center before the season began.