Video by Galen Clarke
Monthly Archive for April, 2008
Ice is removed only twice a year at Raleigh’s RBC Center — for the Circus and at the end of the hockey season. All other events that occur during hockey season, including monster truck rallies, take place on top of the ice, which is protected by thick layers of fiberglass and, in some cases, plywood. This timelapse, produced by CPJ senior Galen Clarke, shows us just how much manpower goes into making the switch from basketball to hockey.
Timelapse by Galen Clarke
Bert Fox’s 33-year career in journalism began as a cub reporter in northern Utah, and took him through Oregon as a photojournalist, to Philadelphia as a picture editor and art director, onto National Geographic Magazine as a picture editor and most recently he is the Charlotte Observer’s director of photography.
Fox’s honors include being named “Picture Editor of the Year” five times by the University of Missouri in its annual Pictures of the Year competition. This month The Charlotte Observer was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist in Public Service Journalism for its stories and pictures chronicling America’s home foreclosure crisis.
- When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday April 22 (Doors will open at 7 p.m.)
- Where: Carroll Hall Room 33 (Lower Level)
Don’t forget that our annual juried photo exhibit will be opening on April 9 at 6 p.m. at Carroll Hall. However, if you cannot make it to the show be sure to check it out online with our flickr group. Photos will be posted the night of the opening. Click here to join the group.
Note: In order to make comments you will first need to set up a flickr account if haven’t already done so.
See you Wednesday.
Carolina Photojournalism’s documentary project On the Line has been awarded honorable mention honors for Best Multimedia Package in the 2008 Best of Photojournalism contest held by the National Press Photographer’s Association. On the Line is a collection of multimedia narratives that examine the different faces of economic hardship in the state of North Carolina.
The Best of Photojournalism competition, now in its seventh year, is one of the most prestigious and competitive contests in the industry; so congratulations to all the students involved in this wonderful piece of multimedia storytelling: Julia Barker, Kate Lord, Joanne McVerry, Susannah Ray, Maggie Sartin, Traci White, Melissa Williamson, Chris Carmichael, Galen Clarke, Beth Ely, Miranda Harple, Ricky Leung, Kelly Marks, Jonathan Stotts and Crystal Street.
Click here to read the judges comments and view other winners.
photo by Crystal Street