Within the United Stated Army there are branches (i.e. Infantry, Field Artillery, etc.) that service members are assigned to. These images are taken over the course of the last Transportation Basic Officer Leadership Course held at Ft. Lee, VA before the transportation course merged with other logistic branches.
Becoming a United States Army Officer
Summit Photography Workshop // Nikon USA
Shot on assignment for the Summit Workshop in Nebraska during the great Sandhill Crane migration. The workshop was taught by subject matter experts Melissa Groo, Michael Forsberg and Dave Showalter.
Melissa Groo on the Sandhill Crane Photography Workshop
Melissa Groo, conservation and wildlife photographer from New York, talks about the importance of the Summit Photography Workshops and why telling stories for animals matter. In partnership with Nikon USA.
Michael Forsberg on the Sandhill Crane Photography Workshop
Michael Forsberg, conservation and wildlife photographer from Nebraska, takes viewers on a journey through time as he explains the power of photography, experiencing the great Sandhill Crane migration, and the importance of telling stories. In partnership with Nikon USA.
Dave Showalter on the Sandhill Crane Photography Workshop
Dave Showalter, conservation and wildlife photographer from Colorado, talks about the importance of the Summit Photography Workshops and why telling stories for animals matter. In partnership with Nikon USA.
Shenandoah National Park
Outdoor lifestyle imagery. Prints available upon request.
After having lived in Chicago for nearly 40 years, Shimenetto decided it was time to shift courses, and slow down his once anxious lifestyle.
Of all the places Shimenetto could have resided in, he chose to set down roots in Sheboygan, WI.
The Center of the Universe is a lifestyle that invites visitors and locals alike to "try slow" and live in the now.
True, there are moments when it's just a lake, however there are moments when it feels like you are surfing in the ocean.
While we were filming, we often found ourselves alone, wading in the water, just hoping that a big enough bump would come so that we could surf it.
Despite finding ourselves alone, we found that sometimes the best resolve to life’s challenges is to simply get away from it all, and sometimes that moment of solitude is all you need to help solve life’s problems.
If there was one thing that we learned from filming the COTU, it's this:
"I used to believe that you had to travel to beautiful places in order to be inspired or for a location to change your life, but that’s changed.
Hundreds of people, if not more drive past this beach everyday, but only a few stop to admire what it has to offer. Granted, it’s not the ocean, but it offers the same healing power."