Saturday, February 19, 2011

UK vs. South Carolina

It's been nine months since I posted anything to my blog. A lot has happened since then. For starters, Laura and I had our first child, Carter Lloyd. He's the most amazing thing in my life right now.
In July, I started working as the photographer for the University of Kentucky Athletic Department. We cover every home event for every NCAA sanctioned sport at Kentucky.
Here, you will find a mixture of images that are a result of the two most recent changes in my life.

UK vs. South Carolina, 2-19-11
All images are copyright of UK Athletics.

Thanks to photographer Michael Clevenger of the CJ who gave me some help, and wisdom, with mounting a remote camera tonight. I'm still pretty green when it comes to mounting cameras. I salute freelance photographer Jonathan Palmer as well for showing, and helping, me put up my first remote behind the backboard several games back.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Dream Mile. St. Xavier. Louisville. 2010.

My nephew, Jacob, (maroon, about 6 back) ran in the inaugural Dream Mile
this past Friday at St. Xavier H.S. in Louisville. They took the top 15 or so
milers in the state and raced them in the mile. Both a boys and girls race. Jacob was
the only freshman in the race, with no sophomores, and ended up sixth, running
a 4:20 mile. Ryan Eaton, of Bowling Green's Greenwood High, who is shown leading
the race in the photo, ran a 4:16 in the win.

Hannah's Prom. Plano. 2010.

My very future sister-in-law, Hannah, on the evening of her prom.

Sydney (my niece). 1st Communion. 2010.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Travis, Jen, and the Twins.

Often times, things happen in life that give us a different perspective on life itself. For me, getting back to Kentucky was getting back to my fiance, obviously, but also, my family, whom I've watched grow older from a distance. That wasn't enough.
So, here are the newest additions to the White family. Twins Hadley and Hayden. The first set of kiddos for my brother Travis, and his wife, Jen.

6th Street. Downtown. Shelbyville, Ky.

Downtown Shelbyville still has that old time feel to it, especially 6 St., which is one of my favorites in this small Kentucky town that we now call home.