Before closing the lid on summer and heading off for my final year at Eastern Illinois University the family headed down to the Lake of the Ozarks for a week-long vacation.
Along with family from Illinois, some other family members met in the Ozarks and we were all able to stay in a beautiful five-bedroom house in the Four Seasons area. After the Ozarks: myself, along with wife and kids spent an evening in the St. Louis area before hitting the zoo on the final day of my oldest daughters visit.
I hope to continue to prove my video skills through a weekly vlog to document my final year at EIU. STAY TUNED…..
In what is hopefully the first of many more stories during the summer, I wrote about my hometown high school’s recent trip to state. The story was published in the Woodford Courier. Follow and like them on FaceBook to see additional work I complete this summer.
Arlington Heights — Metamora seniors Fletcher Koehrsen and Carsten Boast earned the best state finish in Metamora boy’s and girl’s tennis history picking up a third place finish Saturday at the class 1A state championships played at Hersey High School in Arlington Heights. Continue reading “Metamora tennis finishes in top-3 at IHSA finals”
Well, it’s been awhile since I last posted an update about myself. For starters, I finished a year at Eastern Illinois University and do indeed plan to return for my senior year. It’s after that where the confusion looks to begin. Continue reading “First summer blog post”
I have officially began a search to land a photo internship over the upcoming summer. Here is a Portfolio of my work that I believe showcases where I am as a photographer. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Enjoy.
While home on winter break I wanted to keep my writing skills up and knew of an athlete from my hometown who is excelling both on the court and in the classroom at her own college. I emailed my old editor at the Woodford Courier well before winter break to get the okay for the following feature. So, here you are — Enjoy! And good luck next season, Abby. Continue reading “Barrow has chance to add her name to SIU history books”