While attending the University of Missouri to obtain a Journalism degree, I worked as a reporter with a local newspaper, the Columbia Missourian. Here are a few articles I wrote that were published:
The Rising Cost of Food: An article discussing the ever increasing cost of groceries and the impact it has on Columbia’s residents.
Rockstars by Night: A feature article covering band members of Los Desterrados and how their day job contrasts with their night life.
Made in Boone County: A feature article covering a few Boone county companies who can support those who want to eat local.
Man Fights Off Assailants: An article about a man who almost got robbed in Columbia, Missouri.
Report of Gunshot Leads to Three Arrests: An article about Columbia, Missouri residents who were arrested from a call about gunshots.
MU Freshman Dies in Car Accident in Illinois: An article about the death of a well liked student at the University of Missouri.
Please also visit my blog for a preview of some of my most recent writing
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So I dropped in on this blog and realized it has been almost a whole year since I have posted anything. Considering everything I have been up to this is pretty much unacceptable. In the photo world I have an exhibit at The Vault in Mexico, MO and will be judging a photo competition later this month. I was offered a job at the National Guard as a photographer and laid off before I was even able to get one day in.
But, the biggest change in my life since my last post is centered around this fine looking fellow. Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to introduce you to Jimi.
Last weekend my brother and I decided to hike up to the Hollywood sign….
We got a little lost on the way up, but found the original Batcave…..
This is the cave (that turned out to be a tunnel) from the 50’s television series.
On our way down we saw a rattlesnake and it scared poor Brian….
But he recovered and we made it home safely.