A few weeks ago I embarked on my second internship, and seeing as how I haven’t updated the blog as often as I’d like, I thought it might be a good idea to share the work I’m producing.

Things have settled a bit… more like the calm before the storm as SJSU starts up next week… and I figure why not.

For captions please see these images on Flickr.

I haven’t been sure just when to reveal that I’ve been working at the Santa Cruz Sentinel, call it my Asian upbringing but modestly prevails, but I guess this is as good a time as any.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel is daily in the heart of the coastal city whose coverage area reaches from the peaks of the the Santa Cruz Mountains to the north to the Monteray Bay to the south and spreads from Watsonville to the Pacific Ocean laterally. In addition to subscriptions, issues are available in location up and down California and as far north as Washington.

My work thus far has been varied, from coming across rollover accidents on the way to work in the morning to waiting for sun to come out from behind the clouds for a portrait that later ran as a mugshot.

The work you see is from my second week at the SC Sentinel. I questioned myself about continuity, but deemed timeliness the stronger force. Another slideshow with work from the prior week will be coming shortly.