Alex Sandifer Portfolio


Assignment 1: A bus passes through the intersection of Cherry Street and Second Street in downtown Macon.
Assignment 2: An Air Force member poses next to a plane at the Thunder Over Georgia Air Show at Robins Air Force Base.
Assignment 4: Macon Mayhem left wing Vadim Guskov takes a shot as he falls to the ice during Sunday's game. Guskov had four shots during the Mayhem's 5-2 win over the Evansville Thunderbolts.
Assignment 4: Evansville goaltender Tanner Milliron watches as Vadim Guskov's shot passes him for the Mayhem's second goal of Sunday's game. The Mayhem went on to win 5-2, putting them in first place in the Southern Professional Hockey League.
Assignment 5 (reshoot): Macon Mayhem players greet fans as they take the ice for the third period against the Columbus Cottonmouths.
Assignment 6: Three walls of the house that used to stand at 175 Lamar St. remain, but the boards and shingles piled in front of the property tell a story of loss.
Quiz grade photo: A small image of Jesus on the cross stands at the front of Saint Joseph Catholic Church in downtown Macon.

Battle of the Bands

Jackson Dillard performing at Mercer's Battle of the Bands.
Abby Henry of Garfield & the (Not So) Topknots performs at Battle of the Bands. The band sang multiple hits, including a cover of Nina Simone's "Feeling Good."
Mercer students waved their phones and sang along as Three 17 performed a cover of Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud."

Photo Story - John Carter and Macon Ultimate

Macon resident John Carter works as a defense attorney for Carter & Foster, LLC.
Once his work day ends, however, Carter can often be found playing ultimate frisbee with the Macon Ultimate group. Carter said he first joined the Macon Ultimate group around eight years ago.
Macon Ultimate meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. in Tattnall Square Park along with occasional weekend games, according to the group's Facebook page. Carter said when he first joined Macon Ultimate, it seemed as though the group members were the only ones using the park.
Ultimate frisbee can be a physically demanding sport, but Carter said it is just what he needs after sitting at a desk all day. He can appreciate the sport's roughness because no one is really trying to hurt each other.
The Macon Ultimate Facebook page says its members engage in activities such as hashing, biking, water skiing and volleyball. Carter prefers running and lifting weights to stay active, although he did play soccer when he was younger.
Carter is an example of the group's inclusive nature. Just as he was welcomed into the group eight years ago, others are welcome to join pickup games whether they are beginners or veteran players.

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