The World: Weeks 6-10

Fireworks explode over the Arkansas River at Freedom Fest River West Festival Park in Tulsa on Monday, July 4, 2016.

“Wild Bill Hancock”, Brett Smith, 43, from Claremore, a member of the Tri-State Gunfighters, a Wild West reenactment group, stands for a portrait at the J.M. Davis Gun Museum on Tuesday, July 5, 2016.

Case Kikker , 6, and Jackson Wadkins, 7, do basketball drills with TU basketball player Erika Wakefield during Tulsa Plays!, a free community program designed to encourage kids to play and live a healthy, active lifestyle, at the Gardens in LaFortune Park in Tulsa on Thursday, July 7, 2016.

From left: cotton candy, strawberry, moosetracks, and Superman ice cream on a flight at Candy Castle in Tulsa on Monday, July 11, 2016.

A sea lion swims by patrons at Tulsa Zoo on Wednesday, July 20, 2016.

In the last few weeks I haven’t posted much on here because I just haven’t been very happy with my work. Someone once told me that you can only judge someone’s work after they have spent over a month there. After that the newness of the place wears off. I feel like I’ve definitely fallen victim to that idea. I’ve struggled with assignments that were just not visual as hard as you tried to be creative. 

These five images are, what I feel, my best stand alone daily images from these four weeks. And honestly that is sad. However, last night I was able to put my heart into a video shoot and I feel like I did a good job. Sometimes all it takes is one good assignment to change the momentum. 

Thanks for stopping by. 



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