Carolina ‘Cross on the the screen… in front of a standing room only crowd!
After the film block, film makers got to introduce themselves and take questions… the best part was when another filmmaker used part of her introduction time to gush over our film and complimenting it as a first time documentary film!
“Khabecca” – Khadejeh and Becca made the trip to Raleigh for the opening night of the Longleaf Film Festival and the premiere of their class documentary “Carolina ‘Cross”
Signing the movie makers poster for the North Carolina Museum of History collection.
After the opening reception, Movies – N- Midnight
RCC graduation. Only 3 photography students walked… they really don’t feel like they are finished since they have summer classes before the finish!
But Sam’s friends were also graduating! Kaylee who calls me “Daddy Craig”
President Shackleford starts his remarks for the Grand Opening, notice the 3 folks to his left in blue shirts? My coworkers, he started with introducing the photography instructors and staff…. and I was in the attic taking pictures, opps!
Our Gallery. It was great seeing old friends, coworkers and alumni! We are renovated! new space, equipment and courses, a great day for the photography department!
Louie Palu, an award winning documentary photographer and filmmaker, known for his work examining social political issues such as human rights, conflict and poverty.
Palu showed his latest documentary, “Road Through War” a road trip along the front lines of the war in Ukraine, and talked to the Photojournalism class and first year students about looking at old ideas in a new way, story telling and preparing for reportage in dangerous environments.
Out of order, I somehow skipped posting it (not that is worth it, but the only thing I shot)
My Fall class schedule.
Convocation. The last office event before the start of the Fall Semester!
With role playing.
Making art as I shot pictures for my Monday lecture.
Dhanraj watches the grads come in RCC graduation.
the photo grads that walked!