Friday, September 30, 2005

New Job!

today is my first day of work at the PGA TOUR

Sunday, September 11, 2005

2005 US Open

That's me (on the left in a red shirt) on the jumbotron in Arthur Ashe stadium during the US Open men's final trophy presentation (Federer beat Agassi). it was the 20th US Open for both me & Andre!

"Caryn Confused!!!" Kathy H scored a ticket to the men's final. She took this photo of me hard at work. Why am i shooting backwards while all the other photogs are shooting the action on the court? I'll never tell!

World's Fair Ruins

Before the men's final, Mary, Kathy H, & I trekked around the ruins of the NY Pavillion at the old World's Fair. It's hard to believe in 20 years of covering the US Open, we never poked around here before. It's AWESOME!

Thursday, September 08, 2005

"Passing Shots" gallery

Mary & I were part of an exhibit of 11 photographers at the US Open. The show ("Passing Shots. Photographers Perspective of Tennis") was put together by the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Mary & I helped coordinate the show with printing from our lab, The Color House, and our framer, Alphalam. there were 171 16"x24" prints and it looked great. 21,000 people visited the exhibit during the tournament. the cocktail reception featured Frank Deford speaking about tennis photographers.

Kirsten, Ken, Mary, & Me at the "Passing Shots" reception
photo courtesy of Michael Cole