A lot changed in 2014. I graduated from Texas Tech, which means I left my job at The Daily Toreador where I was a photojournalist for four years. Much of my college experience and what I learned over the last four years I can attribute to working there. Here are some of my favorite photos from 2014, which was split between Lubbock and Austin, where I live and work now.
Texas Tech guard Jamal Williams gaurds Texas’ Javan Felix during the second half of the Red Raiders 59-53 win against the Longhorns on March 8, 2014.
Texas Tech forward Jordan Tolbert dunks the ball during the second half of the Red Raiders’ 59-53 win over Texas March 8, 2014 at the United Spirit Arena.
A man and his dog walk over a hill toward a brewing storm at White Sands National Monument in New Mexico.
Texas Tech thrower Kole Weldon.
Texas Tech softball pitcher Brittany Talley.
Tulips bloom in front of the Will Rogers statue on Texas Tech’s campus.
Traveling preacher Jed Smock speaks to students at Texas Tech.
Jeffrey Rodriguez argues with Brother Jed Smock about how to best share the gospel with unbelievers.
The first of two “Blood Moons” in (April) 2014.
Athletes compete in the annual Red Raider Open track and field meet.
The Milky Way
The Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps rehearse in Manor, Texas after performing in Round Rock the night before.
The 2014 Bat Fest on the Congress Ave. Bridge in Austin, Texas.
The 2014 LoneStar Le Mans at Circuit of the Americas in Austin.
Orthopedic Surgeon Barbara Bergin pets her horses at her ranch in Smithville, Texas.
Rick Perry speaks for the last time as the Governor of Texas during the 2014 Texas Victory Election Night party at Moody Theater in Austin.
Greg Abbott speaks for the first time after being voted the Governor of Texas.