Photos of the Year
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.[Read more…] about Photos of the Year: 2018
2016 was a year full of fun and exciting times. I got to welcome my precious niece into the world. It marked the first full year of my employment with the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. At times it seemed as though I following the Postal Creed to the letter. Neither rain nor snow nor heat kept me from going out to photograph the wild weather of the South Plains. Photographically the year was full of celebration and defeat. Elections and parades. News and features.
Additionally, you can check out some of my previous photos of the year slideshows dating back to 2011.
Snow on the Masked Rider
While Lubbock was still recovering from Winter Storm Goliath, another snow storm blew into the South Plains. I braved the snow and drove up to campus. When I arrived I was rewarded with big, fluffy flakes of snow fluttering in the wind. There I set up a tripod and snapped away while at the Masked Rider statue and the statue of Will Rogers and Soapsuds.