Patience, Contemplation, and Introspection: Featuring the Nokia 1020 and ProShot App by Nicholas Carron
When I graduated from high...
The Invaluable Scrimmage by Nicholas C
Basketball is one of my life’s passions.
It has challenged me as an athlete, taught me the...
On the afternoon of May 20, 2013, a catastrophic EF5 (wind estimated 210 mph [340 km/h]) tornado struck the town of Moore, Oklahoma, USA, killing 24 people and injuring another 377. The tornado was on the ground for 39 minutes and left a 17 mile (27 km) path of destruction that was 1.3 miles (2.1 km) wide at its peak. It is estimated that 1,150 homes were destroyed and damages are estimated at $1.5 to 2 billion. Briarwood Elementary School and Plaza Towers Elementary School were destroyed by the tornado. Seven children perished at the Plaza Towers Elementary School.
Thirteen days after the tornado, I drove north for two hours and found myself standing in the midst of a disaster area. I tried to comprehend the vast amount of devastation and loss this community has suffered, overwhelmed by knowing the scene stretched for miles and affected thousands of families. Through my bewilderment one thought persisted: I need to record what I am seeing.
From March 16 – 26, 2013, CS Gallery in Columbus, Ohio will play host to EXPOSURE: A Mobile Photography Exhibition, curated by...
The race for the White House was finally over. The nation, state of Ohio, and city of Columbus seemed to collectively exhale and move...