Boulder County Fair

The Boulder County Fair was this last week.*

In other terms, it’s a chance for all the cowboys in Colorado to come outta nowhere and run wild. I have never seen so many cowboy boots in my life. People that are from right around Boulder and Denver somehow get country southern accents as soon as they step on a farm or see a cow. What’s up with that?

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Longmont Times-Call Internship: Photo Assignments

This summer, I am interning at the Longmont Times-Call as a photographer. Here is a list of (most of) my assignments (both photos and video). These are not all the photos and videos I’ve done, just the ones that are published online.

*=Front Page

  • 8/21: Racheli’s Deli (Video)

President and CEO of the LAEC John Cody speaks to guests at the 14th annual Community Appreciation Luncheon sponsored by the Longmont Area Economic Council, Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013, at the Plaza Conference Center in Longmont. John Cody is leaving after 14 years as president and CEO of the LAEC. (Kai Casey/Times-Call)

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Photo Story: CU club baseball team

For my photojournalism class, I spent some time with the club baseball team at CU. Here is my photo story.

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High-flying aerial dance in Boulder

The corner of Valmont and Airport roads is focused on high-flying events. There’s the Boulder Municipal Airport, the Valmont Bike Park and the much lesser-known Frequent Flyers Productions, which, according to its website, is “Colorado’s pre-eminent aerial theater-dance company.”

Satya Gottlieb and Jack Hinton perform together on the aerial fabric at Frequent Flyers Productions on Saturday, Feb. 16. (Photo/Kai Casey)

Satya Gottlieb and Jack Hinton perform together on the aerial fabric at Frequent Flyers Productions on Saturday, Feb. 16. (Photo/Kai Casey)

Driving down Valmont, one might get distracted by the bike park, airport or jail, but there is an unusual form of entertainment tucked away off of 55th Street. A small red logo on a cement wall is the only indication of the existence of Frequent Flyers Productions. Following this sign leads you to a small building with a couple of tiny offices and a long, tiny hallway.

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Pac-12 Tournament

The Pac-12 Tournament was held in Las Vegas for the first time this year. In case you didn’t know, Vegas is awesome. In case you didn’t know, Vegas is not as awesome when you aren’t 21.

The drive took at least four days and I’m pretty sure my eyes were fried open when we finally made it to Vegas.

Giant sandcastle.

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