Category Archives: education

GreenHouse Theatre Project – Frankenstein in Columbia

With a past life as a newspaper photographer, when freelance theatre photography opportunities come up, I am quick to say YES! Elizabeth Braaten-Palmieri owns the alternative GreenHouse Theatre Project in Columbia, MO. Their most recent performance of Frankenstein was truly epic. The play was held in a brick warehouse style building on Walnut St. Attendees…

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Columbia MO Educational Photography at City Garden Waldorf School

I spent time last week photographing the City Garden School in Columbia, MO. This school, inspired by the Waldorf style of education, employs a variety of learning alternatives from the mainstream educational system and was refreshing to be a part of! The creator and head teacher, Nicole Knapp-Weber has a wonderful way with the students,…

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Columbia, MO – Educational Freelance Photography – Students Reading in Trees

If I could create my dream job, it might be a blend of educational photography and nature photography.  It would appear that if that job existed, the pictures from said imaginary job might look something like this. I walked by these students reading books in trees at Peace Park after having coffee with Julia Robinson…

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A few favorites from a rainy lacrosse game at St. Pauls…

I don’t usually process photos in black and white, but when I shot these I actually pictured them in black and white before I hit the shutter, so I think that’s how they should appear on the blog.  These are from a recent lacrosse game at a St. Paul’s School freelance shoot.  The rain started…

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Seeing Regina… my final project for the Concord Monitor

Here’s my final multimedia project from a story about Regina Neal, an 8-year-old girl in Concord who has a rare genetic disorder that causes partial blindness. I’ll post some of my favorite stills from the story later this week. Thanks for taking the time to watch…

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