Last week, I got offered the opportunity to design a brochure cover for the Rochester Red Wings for their Marketing Opportunities brochure. The brochure has all kinds of different information about the Red Wings and on how the people can get a job with the Red Wings' front office. So here's the cover that I designed for them. I thought it turned out pretty nice.
September 19, 2010
The RIT Volleyball team hosted a tournament over the past weekend in Clark Gym in Rochester, New York. The Tigers ended up in third place, going 2-1 in the first round robin. They then defeated the University of Rochester (UR) for the third place game.
RIT won the first set versus UR, 25-18, before the Yellowjackets rallied to win the second set. Then RIT pulled away by winning their next two sets, 25-13 and 25-17, respectively.
In the match-up between RIT and UR, Senior Jessica Schaeffer carried the Tigers with 16 kills and 11 digs and was named to the All-Tournament team as the lone Tiger representative. Sophomore Christina Worth tallied 36 assists and six kills. Sophomore Rebecca Moore added 10 kills, while Sophomore Katie Cooper helped the Tigers with nine more kills.
Sophomores Christina Worth and Katie Cooper does their pre-game handshake before their game versus NYU on Friday.
The players lines up for the National Anthem before their matchup versus Geneseo on Friday.
September 17, 2010
So for my second assignment for my Photojournalism, I'm required to take at least three different environmental portraits at three different locations. For my first scene, I used volleyball as the subject for my images. If you're up to it, you can help me decide which one is the best of the five and I'll turn it in.
Otherwise, you can leave some feedbacks on my facebook if you're up for it.
Katie Cooper and Christina Worth.
Don't ask about the numbers.
September 15, 2010
The 7-oh-niner is our nickname for the apartment where we are living in right now. Apartment #709 at Park Point @ RIT. So far, it's a great place to live. It's close to everything and the best part? It's "off-campus" from RIT so we don't have to live by RIT's rules!
So here's two pictures of the apartment where both Drew and I worked on a couple days ago. Check it out!
For my first assignment for Photojournalism class, I was supposed to go out and shoot my "life" for one week. That means that I could shoot anything I wanted to: my room, my bike, my friends, my classes, whatever involved in my life. So for part of this assignment, I decided to shoot some of my closest friends. My goal was to capture them in their natural mode, not posed. So here's six of my closest friends that I had the opportunity to shoot!
Drew Warren, a second-year New Media Marketing student (and my roommate), puts down rope lights in the kitchen in our apartment.
Joshuah Upton, a fourth-year Mechincal Engineering Technology student, is caught off-guard as I took his picture.
Michael Raffanti, a third-year Technical Communications student, works on his laptop as he preps for his next class.
Stephanie (Stella) Nogueras, a third-year Psychology student, has a laugh while her boyfriend does something stupid in the kitchen.
Daniel Durant, a third-year Applied Computer Technology student, smiles as he plays Modern Warfare 2 on his xBox 360 console.
September 3, 2010
RIT Tigers' men soccer team huddles together before the game.
Senior Midfielder Dom Colaprete performs a corner kick in the first half.
Junior Forward Dan Holowaty celebrates after scoring the first goal of the game.
Senior Forward Allen Nicholson makes a header with the ball.
The RIT Men Hockey, who made a historic run to the Frozen Four in the 2009-2010 season, finally got their rings for making to the elite level of NCAA Hockey.
The RIT Tigers logo is engraved into the Frozen Four Championship ring.
Goalie Jared DeMichiel is all smiles as he walks to receive his ring.
The RIT Hockey Players shows off their Frozen Four rings.
The RIT Men Hockey players along with coaches and personnel poses for a group shot.