• I photographed a story in April about a school in Hagerstown, Indiana that raises cows that they will eventually slaughter and eat in the cafeteria as part of a class program called “Where’s the Beef?”

    It’s an interesting way to save money and also know exactly where your food is coming from. On the flip side– to quote the article –

    But even supporters admit the plan could backfire. What if the cows get loose or die? What if the price of beef plummets? What if pupils grow attached to their assignment and cannot stomach the sight of Honey Bear between two hamburger buns?”

    Read the story here.

  • Some recent Instagram photos shot on my phone from a recent trip to Carbondale, OH. 

  • The last day that felt like winter this year. April 15, 2014. 

  • Last fall I photographed a story about Ohio State University’s football team and their coaches for The New York Times. OSU football is a pretty big deal in Ohio. I remember when I moved to Ohio in the 6th grade, I was bewildered as to why people’s houses were painted Scarlet and Grey. I wondered what a buckeye was and why their mascot was a nut. Walking around town on game days was like walking through a ghost town as most people were glued to their TV’s or at the game. But it was great to spend the day with the team and see exactly how hard they work to be so good. It was definitely a Columbus experience I am really glad to have. 

    You can read the story here.