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Really excited to share this recent portrait of 4-time Olympic gold medalist, and probably the best diver who’s ever lived, Greg Louganis. He’s a true sports legend and an all-around super nice guy to boot. If you’re too young to know why his story is so important, or if you’re just looking for some inspiration, do yourself a favor and watch the new documentary Back on Board: Greg Louganis about his life.
Not quite ready to lift off yet, but this is going to be a good story….
Went to the grand opening of a new skatepark this weekend. They say it’s the largest outdoor covered skatepark in the country…more than appropriate for rainy western Oregon.
Shot a roller derby tournament here in Eugene recently. Teams from as far away as Scotland and Japan came out to an event that seems to be getting better every year. I got to meet a few other photographers I’ve only known online, and see some friends I met last year. Of course, saw some great skating, too. Team USA was there, so it was extra cool to photograph some of the best of the best in the country. Continue reading
My dad’s been in a bowling league for the last couple years. His team has gone from last place to playing for the number one spot in a pretty short period of time. I decided to bring my camera along as I went to watch the final series of the season, and the one that would determine the top team in the league. Continue reading
Stopped by Alpenrose Dairy in Portland this past weekend to see a friend of a friend race. Just had one lens, only stayed an hour, no expectations, and had a blast watching these women ride. It’s amazing they still smile when they know how much punishment is coming their way. It was a beautiful day out so maybe that’s all we need up here in the NW around this time of year. Enjoy…
Alright, if you haven’t seen Part 1, check it out. We saw a little PBR and underground Pendleton. In Part 2 we’re gonna check out the rodeo itself. And Part 3 will cover the longest non-motorized parade in the world.
It’s been all over the sports news since last Thursday after the Ducks won the Fiesta Bowl. With seven NFL head coach positions open, it was pretty much guaranteed that Chip Kelly would be going to the pros. But guess what? He decided to stay in Eugene. What a fool! Or is he? Continue reading