Archive for September, 2009


Mizzou vs. Furman

Got to shoot the Mizzou game against Furman today.  Some clouds rolled in just about game time and created some great light to shoot in.  It was a pretty mismatched game which made for a lot of touchdown passes/runs to photograph.  Final score: 52-12 Mizzou.

Mizzou_Furman_blog_04Mizzou defensive lineman Jaquies Smith, 3, runs for the end zone after intercepting a pass during the third quarter of Saturday’s game against Furman at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Mo.

Mizzou_Furman_blog_01Despite losing his left shoe, Missouri running back Kendial Lawrence runs down field during the third quarter of the Tigers’ game against Furman.

Mizzou_Furman_blog_03Missouri’s Danario Alexander, 81, hops into the end zone past Furman’s Julian Hicks, 31, during the second quarter of Saturday’s game at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Mo.

Mizzou_Furman_Blog_02Mizzou wide receiver Danario Alexander, right, celebrates with teammate Jerrell Jackson, center, after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter of Saturday’s game against the Furman Paladins at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Mo.


Ghost Hunting

Chelsea and I went on a ghost hunt / “paranormal investigation” with the Kindred Moon Paranormal Society this past weekend to do a story for the Columbia Missourian.  We were supposed to go and investigate paranormal activity at Bridal Cave in Lake of the Ozarks but a wedding reception canceled those plans.  Instead, we went to a railroad bridge on the Katy Trail that is rumored to have a one-armed man lurking around it.

I decided that I wanted to photograph the entire night without a flash… only flashlights.  I figured a flash would make things look too unnatural.  To really get a feel for what it was like, I felt we needed to use only the flashlights.  Although Bridal Cave would have been a little more visually interesting, I think we did good with what we had.  Below is the multimedia piece that Chelsea and I put together along with a few of my photos.






Mizzou Volleyball

Shot through one of the big banners hanging in the Hearnes Center.  I got bored at my second volleyball game of the day and played around a bit:



Another School Year

Sorry I haven’t posted in a while (I know, I know, you were all crying yourselves to sleep). But, since driving home from Reno I have been busy moving in, going to meetings, and getting back into another year of grad school. This semester I will be working for the Columbia Missourian so once I get into that groove, I’ll start to post new images.

In the mean time, here are a couple of random shots from the summer that I never posted.  The first one is from an assignment I went down to Las Vegas to shoot.  It was for a story on a local kid who plays for a summer basketball team in Las Vegas and is being recruited by a few different schools.  The next two photos are of the “Hot August Nights” classic car show that ran for a week in Reno.  Its one of the biggest car shows in the country and people drive in from across the country to attend.

Pre Game StretchThe Las Vegas Prospects basketball team stretches behind the bleachers before a game at Rancho High School in Las Vegas, Nev., Thursday, July 23, 2009. (© John Schreiber/ Reno Gazette-Journal)

HANCruiseSat_10_blogA classic Chevrolet Corvette cruises by a line of spectators along Virginia Street in downtown Reno, Nev., Saturday, August 8, 2009 during the Hot August Nights Controlled Cruise. (© John Schreiber/Reno Gazette-Journal)

HANCruiseSat_01_blogJeff Oberg of Toledo, Wash. is reflected in the rear view mirror of his 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport as he cruises down Virginia Street during the Hot August Nights Controlled Cruise in downtown Reno, Nev., Saturday, August 8, 2009. (© John Schreiber/Reno Gazette-Journal)

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