Thursday, October 04, 2012

Up in smoke

"Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Lite Dodge, celebrates with a burnout after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway on September 30, 2012 in Dover, Delaware."

I do my best to keep my blog up to date weekly, and also in chronological order.

My blog has served many different purposes, but personally it has always been a visual diary of where I've been, what I've seen and what I've had the amazingly, humbling opportunity to witness behind the lens in my young career.

A day doesn't go by that I am not thankful for my clients, friends I've met in the industry and the endless amounts of good fortune - not to mention good health which is often overshadowed. It simply put has been an amazing ride thus far and I'm eagerly looking forward.

As a visual communicator, I humbly get to document, the good, the bad, the exciting, and the mundane, as the world unfolds in front of my lens. Without a doubt, it has made me see the world differently for the greater good and made me a better person because of it.

This past weekend I remembered how lucky I am. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series raced through Delaware for the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway. Shooting for Getty Images for NASCAR, I spent three days at "The Monster Mile" covering two of three races and shooting alongside an inspiring, great team of photographers that was full of hard-work and fun. I got to shoot from some important spots that allowed me to produce unique frames for the team.

I'm always working hard to better myself and my craft.

I'll always be continually seeking growth, guidance and I'll always be my own worst enemy, as everyday I do my best to enhance my talent, understanding of photojournalism.

Thank you for following. Thanks for reading. Thanks for the support.


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