Archive for June, 2014
Horse Teeth
Julia Prebula, right, helps 13-year-old Ryleigh Miller of Conewago Township as she readies "Wing" before a lesson at Prebula's home in Conewago Township Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Prebula, 18, qualified for the National Rodeo Finals in Wyoming next month while riding with the Maryland State High School Rodeo Association.  Kate Penn — Daily Record/Sunday News

Wednesday I photographed Julia Prebula. This driven 18-year-old qualified for the National Rodeo Finals in Wyoming next month. I get distracted when I’m shooting on farms because there is always so much cool stuff going on. Roosters mingling with horses, goats wandering the fields. This photo doesn’t really have anything to do with the story […]

St. Joe’s Strikes Again
Kaylee Bandow, 13, plays outside in the rain in front of empty stalls at St. Joseph's Carnival in Springettsbury Township Thursday, June 12, 2014. Rides were cancelled and small games and food were moved inside for the day because of poor weather.  Kate Penn — Daily Record/Sunday News

I photograph the St. Joseph’s Carnival pretty much every year, and I always really enjoy it. Small, handmade games, the nuns and brothers looking completely out of place next to gawdy, brightly lit rides, it’s a gem. So I was bummed when I found out they were cancelling rides and moving small games inside tonight […]

Looking back: The rare gymnastics assignment
Looking back: The rare gymnastics assignment

It’s not often that I get to photograph gymnastics. I think the last time I did, it was for a story on an exchange program at a local gym. The time before that was when I was in college and photographing the university’s gymnastics meets. Gymnastics is probably the sport I most enjoy watching during […]

Inspiring teen journalist video storytelling
Inspiring teen journalist video storytelling

Jason Plotkin and I collaborated on teaching teens video storytelling. The teens are part of a program called Teen Takeover at the York Daily Record/Sunday News. The program is to teach teens the ropes of print and magazine writing. Plotkin had the idea to work with some students who were willing to learn video. Haley […]

Looking back: Three graduations in three days
Looking back: Three graduations in three days

‘Tis the season for high school graduations. My usual trick to photographing graduations is to arrive early and cover the grads getting ready and walking or to arrive late and cover the ceremony and the celebratory reunions afterwards. Now that we’re shooting for more pictures from each graduation, I arrive early, stay late and follow […]

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