I can’t say 2013 was at any point dull. From documenting two refugee families’ first steps in our community, to a hectic night spent amid Megaload protestors on the Nez Perce Reservation, to an ongoing attempt at visualizing the dividing line wolves draw between urban and rural communities, my first full year as a staff photographer has been a wild ride.
Thanks first to The Spokesman-Review, for still placing high value on quality photojournalism and for letting me be a part of it. Thanks to the readers for taking the time to look, read, and think for themselves. Above all else though, thanks to the people I have photographed for trusting me to document their lives one frame at a time.
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Washington State receiver River Cracraft (84) is forced out of bounds by Southern Utah during the first half of a college football game on Saturday, September 14, 2013, at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash.