It’s fascinating how joy, seriousness, comprehension, and innocence can all exist in one person, in the same instant.
I photographed the graduation ceremony of the most recent graduating class of the Detroit Emergency Medical Service Academy. These cadets officially became EMTs for the city of Detroit. In the same moment, you could feel their joy at their accomplishment, while watching the seriousness in their faces – a respect for the ceremony and their newly-earned responsibilities. They had the fresh, innocent look of any new graduate in any industry while, in the back of their minds, they knew what they would see in the line of duty.
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For those who are unaware – I am currently a student at the Art Institute of Michigan in Novi. We have a heck of a team of upper level photo students.
This term, 3 of our fellow students participated in the SkillsUSA regional competition for photography. Brian Doig won silver and Ryan Schafer pulled in a gold. (That’s 1st in the state, people!) Now – the national competition in Kansas is looming, and we need to get Ryan to the competition.
A FundRazr account has been established for the cause and needs some support. Please swing over to the donations page and drop in a couple bucks, if you can.
Also – be sure to check out GO RYAN GO – a Facebook page helping him get to Kansas. To keep up to date on some stuff our group has been keeping up with recently – swing by our page and quench your curiosity. – (PHOTOCLUB)