Today, I accepted a summer photo internship at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
And got credentialed to photograph the Texas Bowl on Dec. 31 in Houston.
Today is a good day.
In other news, I’ve been working on various projects for the past few weeks. These include:
- my final project for Staff Photo (about a brewery at the Texas Renaissance Festival),
- my final project for Electronic Photojournalism (about a dairy farm) and
- my portfolio Web site.
These projects are the main reason why I haven’t had much time to continue posting New York City photos and other photography expeditions I’ve recently had. Rest assured, these blog entries will come soon. I’m hoping to unveil my portfolio Web site and share my final projects in the middle of next week, and to pick up the NYC and other photos during winter break.
But in the meantime, I’m thrilled to spend the summer in Atlanta and honored to receive the internship offer. I really can’t wait to work in a larger newsroom and be in a new city. And I’m pumped to photograph the bowl game — I’ve come a long way in my football photography this semester, and I’m excited for the opportunity to cover a big game.