Category Archives: Chemeketa

Fire drill

Fire Suppression students Day 261, 2012 Last November I had the pleasure of photographing one of the night burn classes at ChemeketaView full post »

Chemeketa Yamhill Valley Campus

Chemeketa Yamhill Valley Campus Day 32, 2012 Our weather is amazing this week. Clear skies and chilly evenings. Last year the collegeView full post »

Red hot

ISO 200, 100mm, f/2.8, 1/320 sec Day 673 – On Tuesday, my co-worker Robert came into my office and told me that they were pouring forView full post »

Recruiting students

ISO 100, 85mm, f/2.2, 1/250 sec By day, I work at a community college in Student Recruitment and Marketing. I love what I do, but when theyView full post »

588 – Get ready to rumble

ISO 400, 47mm, f/5.0, 1/1000 sec I spent my morning taking team photos. I have never been a sports fan, ever, and yet I really enjoyedView full post »

Day 553 – The mad scientist

ISO 100, 60mm, f/8.0, 1/80 sec Matt is the summer intern in our office. He’s helping me round up students for photo shoots thisView full post »

Today’s student, tomorrow’s model

My very favorite part of my job is photographing students. Normally, I work mostly with faculty and administration and I don’t seeView full post »

Day 510 – Night classes

ISO 200, 35mm, f/16, 25.0 sec My scrambled brain is trying to come up with a cover concept. Last night was just about my only chance forView full post »

Day 485 – STRIKE!

ISO 200, 130mm, f/4.0, 1/1250 sec I am not a sports fan really, but something about photographing the college’s sports is,View full post »

Day 408 – Warm up

ISO 1600, 85mm, f/2.8, 1/800 sec I spent some time during the warm-ups last night trying to find the most efficient settings.View full post »

Day 407 – The game

ISO 1600, 90 mm, f/2.8, 1/800 sec Home game tonight on the basketball court. Like most sports, I don’t know much about basketball.View full post »

Day 396

ISO 400, 85mm, f/5.6, 1/320 sec Day 396 – Spring fever I went out to shoot a couple of portraits today for one of the student groups.View full post »