After the whirlwind that was studying and working abroad in New Zealand last semester and then spending ten days traveling solo in Europe, I wasn't ready to slow down when I arrived back in Boston. I can now say that I have as many jobs as I have classes (four), and I am shooting, editing, formatting, producing and story hunting every single day. I've always loved Henri Cartier-Bresson's quote — "Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst." It's true with anything, the more you do it, the better you get, so this semester I am taking every opportunity to shoot and therefor improve.
Which brings me to this week, and how I found myself in Farmington, NH, in a high school gymnasium with Donald Trump. Going to school in Boston puts us student journalists in an incredible position to cover history every four years, and especially with the eccentric nature of this election, I am going to take full advantage of being on the doorstep of the country's first primary election. I'm already itching to get back to New Hampshire on voting day, but for now, here are my photos from the Donald J. Trump for President Rally on Monday, Jan. 25.
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