Posts Tagged ‘wku’

One of the fun and most challenging things I get to do is photograph lots of students. In particular, this spring I got to shoot 20 students from the Gatton Academy for Math & Science that are participating in a summer research program. Some are staying on campus at WKU, while others are working around […]


@epiclist

03Oct14

  Relationships are at the core of just about everything on earth, from your neighbors to who you tie-in with on the sharp end of a climb. And these relationships are invaluable… and the effort it takes to build these relationships is often a mammoth undertaking, which makes the end result even more special. I […]


I had the opportunity to spend the afternoon in rural Kentucky this summer documenting the art of gunsmithing. The world-famous House brothers and WKU host an annual workshop where participants spend a week honing their craft over forges, wood shavings and local watermelon. The level of detail and artistry is amazing! It was also a […]


2013 Peru video

28Feb14

Here is a quick highlight reel of my June expedition to Peru! I learned a ton and set many goals during my trip in 2011 and they all paid off to make 2013 very successful! Now I can’t wait to go back! Huge thanks to Ryan & Scott Vennell for sorting through hours of footage […]


PERU 2014

06Nov13

We are back at it next year and would love you to join myself & John in Peru! We are offering a neat mix of classes via WKU in Geography & Geology and Photojournalism. Sign up now, we don’t want this opportunity to get passed up! http://www.wku.edu/go/peru-summer


Peru 2013

15Jul13

I just returned from my second summer with the American Alpine Club’s science research program in Peru, and I have finally edited a few photos! This year’s American Climber Science Program trip was fantastic. Everything went extremely well. I nabbed four summits over 5400m in four weeks and made some of my best pictures to […]


China Trip

13Apr12

You may have noticed in my year-end recap of 2011 that there were a few images from Asia. I had the opportunity to travel for WKU to China for 2 weeks in December. Primarily, my co-worker Amy & I documented the Confucius Institute global conference and the signing of partnerships with two Chinese universities. We […]