Biola Baseball 2012

Was just cleaning up the hard drive of photos from the past year and thought I’d throw a few of these up from this past spring. Memories.

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Track Portrait Fun

Did a quick headshot dealio for The Chimes Athlete of the Week, this week. Thought I’d toss up a quick blog with the results.

Joseph DeClerq, Sports Editor

Nychele Fischetti, Track and Field

Brooke Forsi, Track and Field

 

Relient k

There isn’t much to say except that Relient k came to Biola last night, and a couple thousand college kids became highschoolers again.

Here also, is the setlist from the evening. For posterity’s sake.

And so, PEACE OUT. For more from the night from my awesome co-photo editor Ashley Jones, check out the Chimes’ photo gallery.

Biola Baseball vs. Cal State San Bernardino

Here are photos from the game on Thursday. Only got to shoot a couple hours, but regardless, here they are! 🙂

Peace. More to come.

Biola Baseball vs. La Verne

Baseball is BACK, peeps! And I’m amped to be shooting it again for the Chimes. To be real, I had to fight off some rust and my timing was a little slow in coming (like a batter!), but here are some photos from today’s first game of a double header.

This guy, Nick Covyeua, was a stud the past couple days. In this particular game, he slugged two homers and also made this phenomenal catch. Nice work!

There ya have it. Should be getting up a blog from the basketball game, the other day.

Kelsey: Pointin’

Happy 2012! Here’s the first J.A.M. post of the new year. Last semester, I had a chance to work with The Point Magazine, and Kelsey was and still is the editor in chief of that esteemed magazine. We did her chief photos around downtown Fullerton one afternoon, and these are some of my favorites. Random note: it’s looking like this is going to be a very vertical post. yeah…

Of course, no photo shoot is complete without playgrounds.


Joel

This shoot was yet another for the Chimes. Joel here was featured on a Got Milk? ad with his family, so I went out to take photos of him. Because we shot these outside at night, I decided strobing him from behind would create a sweet effect; and sure enough, I’d say these turned out pretty sweet.

Peace out. Working on the Taylor/Rachel shoot, as we speak! I’m going to go out on a limb and say that could be done this weekend. (Fingers crossed)