Portfolio 2012

ELIZABETH STALLMEYER

Photojournalism (Undergraduate) Classwork

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Angelo DeAngelos of Spencerport High School celebrates with his coaches Tony Dambra(purple) and Mike Collira(white) after his win at the Section 5 Wrestling meet on February 12,2012. Angelo said it was a great way to end his senior year. He will be competing in the State Championships in Albany, NY in April. Photo by Elizabeth Stallmeyer

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Henrietta Fire Department member fist bumps an injured man (refused to give name) on February 21,2012. The head on collision left one man injured. Photo by Elizabeth Stallmeyer

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Martin Norment guides his way through the night with a flashlight attached to his head at the Cobbs Hill Snow Cheap Trail series on February 1,2012. The run was 3 miles long through the woods with markers that reflected. Photo by Elizabeth Stallmeyer

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Melvis Langyintuo (green) tries to get ahead of Justin Heisig (white) at The Rochester Institute of Technology basketball game against Skidmore. RIT won 73 to 71. Photo by Elizabeth Stallmeyer

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Josh Meyer from Brockport, NY leaves with a bloody nose after the Section 5 finals on February 11,2012. Josh lost to his cousin Steve Meyer after a long match. Photo by Elizabeth Stallmeyer

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Paula Abhaya hold hands with partner Jose Tiburcio before they go on stage at the Unification ceremony at Rochester Institute of Technology on February 4,2012. This was their first performance in front of a live audience. Photo by Elizabeth Stallmeyer

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Alyssa VanRyne screams after the Rush Henrietta Lady Comets defeated the Webster Thomas Titans Friday January 27th. The Lady Comets won in the last 5 seconds by 4 points. Photo by Elizabeth Stallmeyer

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Ami Simon feeds her 15 month old son Tristan at the Mount Hope Diner on February 1,2012. Ami called today "Monumental". She was taking her boys out for the first time. Ami said she has to shove food into Tristan's mouth to trick him into eating it. She called today, "a success", and will be taking them out again soon. Photo by Elizabeth Stallmeyer

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Barbara Hoffman is a hoarder. At the age of 73 she has acquired things over a span of 40 years. Her house is piled high with things, mainly bunnies, and one must step over piles of clutter to get around her house. Barbara’s daughter Lisa was born with cancer of the eyes. Any time that Lisa tells her mom to buy something she gets it. Their bond has grown over the years and so has her hoarding.

Barbara Hoffman in her home in Rochester, NY on Wednesday January 18, 2012. Barbara often wonders how she acquired so many items. Barbara collects bunnies and hoards many clothing items in her house. (Photo by Elizabeth Stallmeyer)

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