Noemi Griffin is a sophomore Journalism and Spanish major at Mercer University. This portfolio is a compilation of images taken for Fundamentals of Photojournalism.

Luther Williams Field is an iconic part of Macon. Built in 1929 it is the centerpiece of Central City Park. More recently it served as the set of 'Brockmire' an IFC television show.

Elizabeth Savage is a S-5 assistant in Mercer's ROTC. She is aiming to graduate debt-free and fully equipped to serve as a Reserve's Officer for the U.S. Army.

Mercer Men's basketball player Demetre Rivers takes the ball through traffic to score two points for Mercer against Davidson College.

Mercer Women's Basketball faced Kennesaw State University in a non-conference game. The final score of the game was 61 to 46.

Flacco Torres, a local rapper, held his final performance in Macon at the Cox Capitol Theater as part of the Living Room Concert series. Rapper Famey and singer Kalipop joined him on stage.

Tim Regan-Porter, Director for the Center for Collaborative Journalism, hosted Durham band Bombadil at his house as part of the Field Note Stenographers sessions.

A young fan anticipates the end of the third period when the Macon Mayhem finish with a hometown win that puts them in first place in the league, for the first time ever.

Irish singer-songwriter Hozier performing at the Tabernacle in Atlanta. English singer George Ezra opened the show.

The family of Kendrick Johnson, whose body was found inside of a gym mat at a Valdosta High school, walks away from a press conference after learning the federal government will not be filing charges.

Fresh Produce Records is a local Macon record store on 2nd street in downtown. At one point, although no longer, the store sold organic produce along side their vinyl tapes. Fresh Produce is also known for hosting local music acts.
Tracy Trinkett is the store manager and has been working for the past few weeks to price and organization their selection. The store's location is new, with their soft opening held November 25 2016.
The store still has a lot of space to fill and Trinkett has been compiling a list of records that still need to be purchased.
The store has a vide range of vinyls available for purchase. Trinkett is still working on organizing the albums into their respective genres.
William 'Willy D' Dantlzer, is the store owner and facilitated the move from their MLK boulevard location in order to give the old store new life as Fresh Produce Music Hall.
Dantlzer is a Macon local and makes music himself.
Fresh Produce Music Hall is set to host their first show in the revamped space on December 13 2016. Like most of their shows four artists are set to perform.
Sunday Funday is one of the record stores reccuring shows where they host around seven different acts. The 'Return of Sunday Funday' was held at 5/4 Music Space on November 20.
St. Jak gets into the music before his set at The Return of Sunday Funday.
Fresh Produce has helped many Macon artists get their voice out through their shows. Flocco Torres, who was present at Sunday Funday, was one such artist.

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