KEYSTONE, CO - I had the honor of photographing Colorado Mountain College's 2013 Graduation Ceremony last month. It was an awesome event, and was a big learning experience for myself. I appreciate the opportunity, thanks to the school, Matt Lit, and Rapid Cartelli. I ended up getting my picture on the front page of the newspaper, and was recognized accordingly! I hope to continue my photojournalism side of photography, and look forward to the next big event like this! Click below to see pictures from the 2013 CMC Graduation Ceremony......
BRECKENRIDGE, CO - Tuesday May 14th, 2013 | Scotty Rhatigan and Dylan Gunn of Transfer Station hold a copy of The Summit Daily today. The local musical duo are playing a show this Thursday [May 16th, 2013] at The Barkley's Ballroom. Arizona natives, Scott and Dylan have lived in Summit County off and on for the last few years. Their music consists of a unique fusion of Scotty [beats & vocals] and Dylan [guitar & vocals] who combine their sounds to bring us an electronic experience like none other. As a friend, and business partner, I have invested my time in these guys by helping them out with photography, graphic design, and web design...
There is no cover for those who are 21+, and $5 fee for those underage. Get down to The Barkley's Ballroom in Frisco, CO to see these guys this Thursday night, and to support the local music scene.
YOU CAN GET MORE INFORMATION ON TRANSFER STATION AT:
Transfer Station on Soundcloud
Transfer Station on Facebook
BRECKENRIDGE, CO - Last Friday I shot Colorado Mountain College's Graduation Ceremony. I was honored to be shooting the event, which was held at The Keystone Lodge and Spa. It was a festive night, filled with exquisite food, and successful students who were on their way to doing great things! This morning, of May 7th, 2013, I went to grab a copy of the Summit Daily and was pleased to recognize a photo I had taken from Friday's ceremony! The Summit Daily News placed the photo on the front page of the county's mainstream paper, and I am here to say I am grateful for the exposure! Thanks to Matt Lit, one of my past photography professors, who I still look up to as a mentor, as well as Rapid Cartelli, a business teacher of mine, for making the whole opportunity possible. Also thank you to Colorado Mountain College for the support you have shown, and for giving me the chance to show that I have what it takes to turn my hobby into a jobby. (; Much love to all of you followers of my photography out there as well, and know that there is more to come. [ P.S. If you haven't already, please go and 'like' my photography facebook page. So much appreciation to those who have! Thanks for all the love & support ]
DENVER, CO - December 21st, 2012: The day that was called to be the end of our world... I was backstage at Dillon Francis, Kill Paris, and AViVA who were performing at The Ogden Theater in Denver, Colorado. It was a night filled with electronic music fans, partying until the world's end. I was hired by AViVA to shoot her set, and got VIP Media Access to the stage. It was a fulfilling night, and I gained a lot of experience and knowledge on how to shoot a live performance in front of a huge crowd. Being on stage was pretty spectacular, and it amazed me how much you can get the crowd to react to your camera! I loved the energy in the room, and AViVA played a fabulous show. I hope that I can book more shows like this to photograph, and in the future, I will do my best to outperform myself. The Myans of ancient times must have predicted the end of our times wrong, but I am glad to have some more time to continue my pursuit of photography. Until next time, good day fine people of the world!