Alright you all know the drill, it’s the end of summer,  the beginning of autumn and the beginning of football season.
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Most people who are unfortunate enough to know me personally can attest that golf is one of my biggest and longest standing obsessions.  I’ve played since I was 8, caddied and maintained carts throughout high school, and dedicate most of my free time in the summer to chasing a stupid white ball around.  So, it should come as no surprise that any time I have the opportunity to photograph golf, especially at its highest level, it’s not just another assignment for me.  Luckily, Columbus, or more specifically the suburb of Dublin, hosts The Memorial Tournament every year, which means that every May/June the Central Ohio area is treated to some of the best golf in the world.
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Oh the joys of saying goodbye to hardwood, rubber mats, and green-red pulsating vapor-fluorescent death lights.  While Autumn may be my personal favorite season, as a sports photographer its hard to top the elation felt when you first start to crank up the shutter and turn down the iso.  So here are a few of my favorite sports images from April, which has been spent shooting a lot of high school baseball action, a little tennis, and the occasional sportrait.

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There’s no surer sign of spring than basketball playoffs, so in hopes of urging warmer weather along here’s a few shots I liked from some of the games I covered this March.

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Iowa v Ohio State

Sometimes you get a portrait assignment where the photo gods make everything easy on you.  This was the case when I was assigned to photograph Northland High School senior Nathan Harris, who had just received a prestigious scholarship.  If only every assignment could have this combination of great subject, light, and location.  Continue reading ›