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    I have never been one to think of myself as creative. As a matter of fact, to this day I struggle to draw a stick figure. But once I picked up my first DSLR camera I was hooked and have become very passionate about photography. It has allowed me to be creative and have a lot of fun at the same time. Thanks for stopping by and allowing me to share my view of my world with you.

NPGL – DC Brawlers vs. Phoenix Rise

Saturday night I was on assignment to cover America’s new professional sport, the National Pro Grid League, as it made its debut in the west.  The DC Brawlers, whom I was assigned to cover, defeated the Phoenix Rise 21-14 in a match that was close coming into the final three races.  NPGL features 11 races that combine speed, strength, and agility.  The participants compete on a “Grid” the same size as a professional basketball court divided in to four areas.  Men and women compete in this team format and each team must have an over 39-year-old male and female athlete in each race.

Very cool event to cover live!

Enjoy,

C.

Christian – Class of 2014

I had the pleasure of hanging out with Christian last weekend in downtown Phoenix.  Christian will be graduating from Mesa High School this May and is undecided on his college choice as he still has a couple more visits to make.  The young fella brought his swag and personality to the shoot and we had a blast shooting well past sunset.  Good luck to you Christian!

Enjoy,

C.

Isaiah – Class of 2014

OK…here’s another tough one for me!  Big Zay, Zay-Zay, SloBro, or as I like to call him Nephew, Isaiah will be graduating from Skyline High School this May.  I’ve known Isaiah from his very first day and remember walking in to his hospital room the day he was born and seeing his eyes, I looked over to his mom and dad and said “awe $#!!, ya’ll got a lady-killer!”   This outstanding young man has played basketball for the Coyotes all of his four years there and he keeps his head together too.  He’s on his way to Northern Arizona University on an academic scholarship.  He’s not my kid, but I couldn’t be more proud of him.  Best of luck Zay!

Love ya,

Uncle C.

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