Sports Portfolio 2012

2012 was an eventful year for me as a photographer. I began the year embarking on my second semester a photo editor for the Biola Chimes newspaper. From there, I continued to photograph our school’s athletes and parlayed that into the majority of my portfolio below.

In May, a group of fellow journalism students and I had an opportunity to present our book project to the Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols. This project consisted of written stories and photographs documented during our week-long stay in the Dominican Republic during spring break 2011. Being able to show our work to one of the greatest baseball players the planet has ever seen was quite the thrilling experience.

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In the summer, I took on an internship with AthletesLiveHere.com, an upstart OC company focused on connecting athletes with their fans. One memorable experience I was able to take from that internship was an opportunity to cover Los Angeles Dodger outfielder Matt Kemp as he rehabilitated from a hamstring injury out in Rancho Cucamonga. This game was one of the final ones Kemp and fellow Dodger Mark Ellis played before returning to the big club.

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Bellow are some of the better sports photos I took at my school.

College Basketball

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College Baseball

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College Lacrosse

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College Soccer

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Thanks for lookin’.

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