Category: 2020

Rockstar Lifestyle!!

Luis Dunn is one semester away from being the first ever Guitar major graduate at Piedmont College, but he already has been producing his own music for over four years and has worked with several artists.
While he can play several different instruments the guitar will always be Luis’s favorite. He has nine guitars in his collection.
Aside from being a musician Luis also taught himself how to produce music and create beats for himself and fellow artists.

He starting teaching himself guitar in the forth grade until he began studying classical guitar at Piedmont.

Luis spends four hours a day playing guitar whether it’s for school, pleasure, or his own music. It’s his favorite thing to do at any time of the day.
Luis resting after a three hour jam session.
With guitar as a major Luis always needs his laptop and guitar.
Falling asleep with his guitar in hand is a regular site for his roommates.

The Life of Triplets

Everyone has something that makes them stand out, and for these three 6 year olds, it’s being a triplet! Built in best friends and brothers all in one really make them special!

Being the youngest of six means sharing a room, but it does come with the advantage of a cool triple bunk bed.

Drew, the oldest triplet, and the most talkative.

Kipton, the middle triplet, who becomes everyones best friend.

Beckett, the youngest triplet, and most rambunctious.

They just got a new dog, so all of the kids are always playing with him.

Beckett and Jack hanging out in his favorite spot!

Letters to Santa, they have wanted hover boards for months!

After a long day of school and playing it was time for bed.

The Final Step Before the Pottery Kiln

The glazing process is a long process that involves the careful coating of pottery with a glazing mixture that causes colors to occur when fired in a kiln. In the kiln the glazing mixture essentially becomes glass and becomes usable as a plate, pot or bowl.

Day in the Life of a Cart Attendant

Almost an empty cart barn at the Country Club of Gwinnett. No carts means a busy day on the course.
This is Ben Durkin, a freshman at Piedmont and also a cart boy at the course. Today’s his first day back at the course for winter break!
Ben unplugs the carts to take them out to the line for people to use. The most important part of the job is making sure the carts are charged for the day.
When the picker cart is down, sadly you have to handpick balls off the range. Ben is seen here handpicking range balls from the practice green.
In this close up, you can see Ben in the background going to take the picked balls to the ball washer to be cleaned.
Even when things may run smooth, there’s always a bad day. This is a totaled cart the boys had to tow back up to the barn.
At the end of each day, no matter how hard it may be, Ben ends up with views like this cleaning up the course.