Men’s Lacrosse Regular Season Finale

My initial idea of capturing the Women’s Lacrosse Senior day was unsuccessful because of the men’s lacrosse senior day game being cancelled. I decided to shoot something else.

Freshman attack, Isaac Harrington, getting his mind right before the finale.
Men’s Lacrosse arrived at Southern Virginia Friday afternoon for a quick walk through after the 7 hour bus ride.
The team then had some down time before a big team dinner at JJ’s Meat Shak in downtown Buena Vista
Men’s Lacrosse arrived at SVU Saturday morning ahead of the big game. Final preparations before the guys went out for the first time.
Senior Faceoff, Chris Pannenbacker, locking in ahead of the big game. Pannenbacker would go on to win 14/24 face offs in the contest.
And here we go. The guys are headed out for the first time for stickwork and stretch.
Issac Harrington dialing in ahead of the big contest. The Lions are ready to go out for a second time. Harrington would go on to score 2 goals against the Knights.
Lions are headed out to finish up pregame. Lions fell in the regular season finale 13-10 against the Knights. Lions are back in action May 2nd against the visiting William Peace Pacers in the quarter finals of the USA South playoffs.

From Clay and Dust to Pottery

I followed my roommate, Laura Dove, as she wraps up her senior year here at Piedmont University, as a pottery major. Laura makes all sorts of pottery, from mugs to bowls, and sells them on her website. I followed Laura as she goes through the pottery making process of creating a mug to be shipped to a client. This includes steps such as creating, trimming, glazing, firing, and packaging the mug.

MUA for a Gender Reveal!

My sister, Destine Jackson, has a great passion for makeup and hair. She became a certified makeup artist when she graduated Piedmont Technical College in May of 2018. She has done makeup for graduation photos, baby showers, gender reveals, birthdays, prom, and even professional photo shoots. I was able to capture a few moments while she was doing what she loves for her friend’s , Kenya Carter, gender reveal. Destine Jackson has found that when she is able to do a practice makeup session, the actual day of the event runs a lot smoother.

I believe that this brush holder was perfect for my sister, Destine Jackson, because this is what she does everyday. She loves what she does and would not choose any other career path.
New mom to be, Kenya Carter, is ready for her practice make up look for her gender reveal party which was in the next couple of days on April 29th in Stone Mountain, Ga. She is very excited and she hopes it is a boy.
Shaniah Williams wanted to be included so she waited patiently for her make up to be done next. She strongly believes that the baby will be a girl, so she requested a pick look.
Kenya Carter loved everything about her makeup and thought that my sister, Destine Jackson, delivered a great natural look. She felt extremely confident in Destine’s abilities to do her makeup on the big day.
Both Kenya (Left) and Shaniah (Right) wanted to show off their new makeup. They felt gorgeous and could not wait to settle their debate about the gender of the baby.
On April 29th in Stone Mountain, Ga, Destine Jackson (Left), Kenya Carter (Middle), Shaniah Williams (Right), and Oscar Mitchel (Bottom) all pose for a picture at the gender reveal party. It was a GIRL!

LIONS ROAR like Champions!!!!

Piedmont University’s men’s and women’s track and field team travelled to Jackson, Mississippi on Wednesday April 26th to compete in the first ever Collegiate Conference of the South (CCS) track and field conference championships. The meet was hosted by Belhaven University from April 27th – 28th. After two hard fought days both the men and women came out victorious and won the inaugural CCS track and field conference championships.