Monday, October 27, 2008

Sorry, I dropped the ball.

And I was doing so well, updating my blog quickly with images. Well, here's some of what I got from DHOP on Friday night/Saturday morning.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008


A prize for the person that can find the pholosophy/religion/belief structure/whatever that combines the following principles/ideas:

- An ultimate relative point where all things become objective and thus knowable (not nessicarily known though).
- The cyclical nature of all things.
- Collective unconscious.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Homecoming Bonfire.

I took a lot of photos at the Homecoming Bonfire. When this thing went up all of us photographers scattered like insects. All you heard for a while were shutters and scuffling feet in the dirt. (And the occasional "Get back behind the barricade".) At one point the flames were so intense students retreated quickly in fear.

Controlled Burn gave an amazing show before the event started and lit the bonfire with a flamethrower. This is just a sampling of what I got at the event. Please enjoy.

Viggity Vote

Today I voted early for the presidential candidate of my choosing (and a bunch of other candidates for other positions).

So here are a few photos from the expirence.

(Second Photo taken by Juliet Sweigart)

Friday, October 17, 2008

UNR Homecoming (And a picture of a birdy!)

Today I was supposed to tech a fellow Sagebrusher how to shoot. Long story short, he didn't show up. No big deal. I just snapped a few frames in case the Sagebrush needs 'em. This is what I'll share with you now:

(Oh and here's that picture of a birdy.)

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Forgotten photo.

In a recent post I showed a few photos of the old sagebrush office. I forgot to upload this one. Hope you enjoy!

Monday, October 13, 2008

The more you know!

**I used the Knowledge Center computers again for these photos and I think the color is off again.**

(This is really the first time I'm actually using this blog for news content. Though this is relatively low level news, I think it counts. At the very least I'm sure I'd have some sort of case against the university if I died.)

A dumpster now sits in front of the old Sagebrush offices. Inside are bags filled with debris and hazard clothing. Suite A is sealed off and air is constantly pumped in and out of it. Behind three layers of plastic, a sign warns against entry into the building. Apparently The Nevada Sagebrush was operating inside a building rife with a builders best friend (circa 1905) Asbestos.

One story about the Sagebrush office begins with a sudden server failure paired with an internet failure. The solution was deemed to be getting into the suite next door to reset the server...or something like that. Explorations under the offices yielded no entrances into the next suite. The next course of action was, of course, a venture through the attic. I was the individual who volunteered for these adventures. We joked about Asbestos. Now it seems we were right.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Selling Prints

I'm selling out and beginning my venture into selling art. I have no idea how this will work, but as of right now, I'm selling anything you've seen(and probably stuff you haven't seen). They will be printed on high quality photo paper, matted and signed. The prices can be negotiated betwen myself and the buyer.

Also, I'm in the market for gallery space. The only one I've really thought about so far is Dreamers cafe' in downtown Reno. If anyone has any ideas of how I could begin doing all this, or any galleries please let me know. Having no money has gotten old.

(Also, if anyone has space and wants one, or some, of the Mobius strips from my final project, those are on the table.)

Monday, October 6, 2008

Race for the Cure

So I went and did my first paid assignment for the University on sunday. It was a race to raise funds for cancer research. I've been to a lot of them, but they always have something to offer. Without further ado here are photos from the Susan G Komen race for the Cure.