13.11.07

Bill Clinton, Fishing and Tearsheets!

I always end up photographing someone fishing. The red-drum tagging assignment was fun as I was able to ride around on a boat on a nice semi-warm sunny day for four hours. I spent 10 hours at a civil war re-enactment on Saturday, I'll post a soundslide for that once I edit from the 900+ photos I took that day.



Former President Bill Clinton shakes hands with supporters of Hillary Clinton after speaking Monday, Nov. 12, 2007, at Trident Technical College in North Charleston. Clinton is visiting to campaign for his wife Hillary Clinton for the future primary elections.



James Cannon, of Hanahan, SC, enjoys his day off from brick masoning to fish Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 6, 2007, at Folly Beach. Cannon fishes at this spot regularly catching whiting and spot tail fish mostly, "I love the water, I love the scenery" said Cannon.



Ben Fludd, of Charleston, SC, an employee at the Jewish Community Center, reels in his line in hopes of a catch Monday evening, Nov. 12, 2007, at Brittlebank Park in Charleston. "My first time fishing, I fell in love with it, I've been fishing ever since," said Fludd who has been fishing for 30 years, "It relaxes the mind," he added.



Jonathan Tucker (far left), an employee for the Department of Natural Resources, holds the cooler open for Bill Roumillat (center), a fishery biologist for DNR, transports a red drum from the net to the cooler that will be tagged and released Friday morning, Nov. 9, 2007, in the Charleston Harbor. "Its been an adventure," said Joe Tucker (right), Jonathan Tucker's father, who is volunteering for the day.



Kicker Chris Kifer rides the shoulders of Fort Dorchester teammates after winning 1st round 4A game Div. 1 at Goose Creek Friday November 9, 2007. Fort Dorchester won after Kifer kicked a 44 yard field goal with less than a minute left in the game. Fort Dorchester defeated Goose Creek 24-21.





7 comments:

Lucy said...

JESSEY! You are doing such an amazing job!!! I love looking at your blog when you post new stuff you've been shooting! I'm so proud of you! This stuff looks awesome!!

Robert Howington said...

Dude....you need to chill out, you are making everyone else look bad, especially Coram. Ha. Great job with the work.

mattbell said...

as usual, amazing.

de Berry Photography said...

Nice, nice, nice, nice. Why even come back to school, really? Because we need you and we would be way too sad without you. Howington's right.

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Christy Bullins said...

Jessey, I am so happy to see how much of your work is getting published!! I like seeing the tear sheets!! I am loving the fishing pics... You know me and how I feel about fishing. I'm jealous of those! So I think everyone needs to start a Jessey Dearing fan club, cause you so deserve one mister!! btw, email me your address there, I would like to send you a postcard!

Jonathan E. Andrews said...

It looks like you've been busy. I doubt you've had time to work on your 360 dunks. Outstanding work though. It looks like you're doing some great things over there in Charleston.