2019 Week Eight

Olivia Morgan on the ropes course at the National Ability Center in Park City, Tuesday June 20, 2017. With help from the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation, GovernorÕs Office of Economic Development and Intermountain Healthcare, the National Ability Center has expanded its ropes course.

Assignment: Opiod Press Conference

(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Kelly Howard, who lost her son Billy Perkins, 26, in the opioid epidemic, at a news conference in Salt Lake City on Wednesday Feb. 20, 2019 where Intermountain Healthcare announced a reduction of 3.8 million opioid pills prescribed in 2018.

Looking back the week was weak photo-wise, bookended by a press conference and a February football game.


Assignment: Stallions v Hotshots

(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Arizona’s Jhurell Pressley (26) is brought down by a herd of stallions as the Salt Lake Stallions host the Arizona Hotshots, Alliance of American Football in Salt Lake City on Saturday Feb. 23, 2019.

UNPA Contest Results

Had a good showing in the UNPA contest this year. Seven awards…

1st Place, Feature Photo
3rd Place, Feature Photo
1st Place, Arts & Entertainment
2nd Place, Sports Action
Honorable Mention, Sports Action

2nd Place, Photo Essay – FLDS Evictions


2nd Place, Photographer of the Year

Peace to those who allowed me to document their lives in these photographs. I hope I was able to honor your joy, your sacrifice, your loss, whatever it was at the moment we stood together under the sun.

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