11 August, 2008

Large Scale Service

I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph for Circle K International’s Large Scale Service Project this past week in Denver. A collegiate service leadership organization, Circle K International volunteered with the Salvation Army, both at their main warehouse as well as several of their thrift stores. They also helped the Denver Rescue Mission stuff back to school backpacks for kids, build a carnival, and build a sand box big enough to fit a boat in. Well, maybe a small boat, but it was pretty awesome. The biggest challenge was not in the shooting, as since I’ve been involved with this organization for quite some time, but in the editing. There were so many great pictures, so many great moments, that it was incredibly difficult to whittle it down to the very best. I think I’ve done it here, but check out my website just in case.


Amy. said...

NICE WORK! I think my favorite is the last one - are you using Amy's lens hood trick?

On your site I like the one that you shot from above - on the roof I guess. Really cool, and a good overall shot.

mesaid said...

Hi,I am just wondering if you are Filipino? I am a Dimagiba also from the Philippines. my dad is from hagonoy bulacan.:)