In the last week, I was able to complete three video projects for work, all ranging in subject and purpose.Continue reading “A few videos to end the first month of the year”
This is the second year that Eugene Police have done the Shop With A Cop event during the holidays (more Info below). I put together a basic video story about the event last year, but thought it would be fun to put a mic on a few officers this year, like I did last year during Coffee With A Cop.Continue reading “Eugene Police Shop With A Cop Holiday Event”
Pitch Don’t Kill My Vibe was first released on August 24, 2019. The video is a series of short episodes following the Playground Sports co-ed softball team, Pitch Don’t Kill My Vibe. The team was created by Troy Awbrey in the summer of 2019 following a sub-par performance during a season playing with his work team. Awbrey then decided to enlist his friends in the hopes of building a championship caliber team that would help him continue his success and build on his legacy with Playground Sports in the years to come. Episode II was produced on September 7, 2019. In this episode, First Baseman Jason Skinner, makes a bold prediction following the first game of the season.Continue reading “The Team: Part 2”
The first Tuesday during August every year is National Night Out. The event is an opportunity for law enforcement personnel and First Responders to build relationships in the community with partners and neighbors. This year, the event was sponsored by the Eugene Police Department and Fred Meyer and hosted by the The Eugene Emeralds minor league baseball team at PK Park on MLK Boulevard next to Autzen Stadium in Eugene.Continue reading “National Night Out”
Episode One of Pitch Don’t Kill My Vibe was published on August 24, 2019. The video is the first episode in a series of episodes following the Playground Sports co-ed softball team, Pitch Don’t Kill My Vibe. The team was created by Troy Awbrey in the summer of 2019 following a sub-par performance during a season playing with his work team. Awbrey then decided to enlist his friends in the hopes of building a championship caliber team that would help him continue his success and build on his legacy with Playground Sports in the years to come.Continue reading “The Team: Part 1”
On the weekend of June 29, 2018, I drove down to Santa Cruz California. I usually make about two trips a year to visit family, and the special occasion for this trip was my niece Sierra’s wedding.Continue reading “Wedding weekend and a bike ride with the MaRtIn family”
The Eugene Spinners is a Human Foosball team that formed together in June, 2018, and competed in the Playground Sports recreation league in Downtown Eugene. During the team’s first year of operation, they finished fifth place in the standings out of ten teams and had the third best offense and fourth best defense. Continue reading “The Eugene Spinners: A Brief History of Human Foosball”
In April, 2018, we took a trip to the Midwest to visit the Jones family in Detroit and the Marcus family in Rochester Minnesota.
On October 18, 2017, I had the privilege of driving with my nephew Greg Jones, who had just received his driving permit a week before. When we returned from our drive, I had the opportunity to talk to his dad, my brother-in-law, also Greg Jones, about the new driver and the concerns he might have now that his son is driving.