For those of you who haven’t experienced enough mustache with my previous posts, here’s the 2-minute audio slideshow I did for class to accompany my article & layout. Lastly, our assignment for the Picture Story final is to create a multimedia piece after revisiting one of our previous stories. I […]
Audio slideshow seems to be the name of the game this quarter. I took Audio Reportage this quarter to try new equipment and really get the hang of ambient, but found myself instead fully engrossed in interviews. Our final is to create a 2-3 min audio slideshow and after chasing […]
Heather Haynes JOUR 511 Nov 14, 2011 Cynics posit that humans act solely out of self-interest, working only to gain for themselves. A study of copyright rules and case law in the United States would seem to prove that theory. Current copyright and fair use rules are poorly defined and […]
I won’t show you the Beard & Mustache Competition, not just yet. But I will show you these gems from my evening with Josh the pink unicorn.
Had my final shoot with Josh today before the competition. While many competitors dress in 19th-20th century outfits historically fitting their facial hair, this mustachioed man is going as a pink unicorn.
Last year Josh won 2nd place in the Natural Mustache category of the Ohio Beard & Mustache Competition. This year, the odds are in his favor to win 1st. This story is for everyone who knows and loves facial hair, or at least my appreciation for a well-groomed man. This, […]
The requirements for our second audio story were only: 2:30-4:00 minutes, no narration, no music. I saw a posting that the Athens County Dog Shelter was completely full up with 60(ish) dogs and called to set up an interview. When I arrived, so many dogs had been adopted/rescued that only […]
Last night I spoke with the fiddler from Fox n Hounds before their show at Dick’s Den in Columbus. The music was amazing, I got to play with glowing bar light, and was welcomed by more wonderful Southerners. Before I do any real editing, here’s some tangential photos. This should […]
This was my first shoot with the affectionately named Underhound Railroad, an operation of Friends of the Shelter Dogs. Volunteers from Athens County take dogs from the kill shelter here and foster them, vet them, and drive them until they get verifiable nice new homes. Brooke, this Beagle, went to […]
Or so I called my Picture Story project 2: Place/Issue. Please enjoy this exploration with the Sunday Creek Watershed Group and note that this does not in any way have anything to do with any real magazines.