10.2007: week 4

It's been a while since we had a flashback. This one goes back to the spring of 2006.

This was an assignment for Digital Artmaking [I've posted a video that I made during that semester here]. I met Saona Chapman, the point guard from the women's basketball team, one afternoon in the arena to shoot the pictures. This is probably my all-time favorite piece of artwork that I've done. It will probably also be my last. A framed, autographed original hangs on my wall.

It only took one shot at each position to create this picture.


10.2007: week 3

I saw this in the seminary parking lot last week. Yes, the seminary. 'Nuff said.


10.2007: week 2

Took a little road trip down to Clemson, SC this weekend with Kim's family. College football rivalries are always referred to in unkind terms. Not so in Clemson. Some of the nicest fans in all of sports cheer for the Tigers in this town. Wearing Hokie gear, I heard, "Welcome to Clemson, good to have you here!" no less than a dozen times walking through downtown Clemson, around the stadium, and postgame on the way out.

The highlight of the trip, aside from seeing the Hokies hand one to the Tigers, was catching up with Daniel. We caught up with him postgame after he had performed all of his ROTC duties.


10.01.2007: week 1

NCAA Division I Football has over 200 teams, and before last weekend the Richmond Spiders were one of 5 teams that still had not played a home game. That changed Saturday as the #25 Spiders beat the #11 New Hampshire Wildcats. Tim Hightower (above, left #22) and Eric Ward combined for 385 of Richmond's offensive yards. Hightower's first of three touchdowns (below) came with 9:07 remaining in the 1st quarter.