Salt Lake City , Utah

Anita Hill

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Anita Hill speaks at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Wednesday Sept. 26, 2018.

Salt Lake City , Utah

Assignment: Mountain Crest v. Orem

(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Mountain Crest’s Lepi Taukiuvea (5) and Orem’s Ben Daley (3) as Orem faces Mountain Crest in the Class 4A High School State Football Championship game in Salt Lake City, Friday November 17, 2017.
(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Mountain Crest’s Brady Hall (1) watches the ball fall out of his hands with Orem’s William Tenney (49) standing over him as Orem faces Mountain Crest in the Class 4A High School State Football Championship game in Salt Lake City, Friday November 17, 2017.

Monticello , Utah

Honoring Aaron Butler

Cleveland , Ohio

Donald Trump

Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune
at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, OH, Thursday July 21, 2016.

Murray , Utah

Nikki and Garrett

Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune
Garrett Lines is a teenager with autism who lives in a group home after his mother, Nikki Lines (at rear left), turned him over to DCFS a few years ago. Lines was photographed in Murray, Utah, Thursday, September 6, 2012.

Layton , Utah

729th Air Control Squadron Returns

Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune
Tech Sergeant Robert Johnson holds his daughter Anaya after the 729th Air Control Squadron returned to Hill Air Force Base in Layton, Utah, after six months in Afghanistan Wednesday, July 20, 2011.

Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune
Amy Lyskowski awaits the return of her husband, Tech Sergeant Steve Lyskowski, as the 729th Air Control Squadron returned to Hill Air Force Base in Layton, Utah, after six months in Afghanistan Wednesday, July 20, 2011.

Best News Photograph, Utah Press Association
and
First Place, News Photography, Top of the Rockies

Vancouver , British Columbia

Snowboard Cross

Heber City , Utah

Run Forrest Run

Heber City – Wasatch’s Forrest Hill runs onto the field to start the second half, wrapped in the cheerleaders’ banner. Wasatch vs. Emery high school football, Friday afternoon at Wasatch.

Heber City – Wasatch’s Forrest Hill runs onto the field to start the second half, wrapped in the cheerleaders’ banner. Wasatch vs. Emery high school football, Friday afternoon at Wasatch.

What I wrote in November 2007 about this shoot:

Emery High School’s Ryne Jones flies into the end zone for a first quarter touchdown.

That was my first good shot of the game, and the last good moment for Emery, who lost to Wasatch yesterday. I know, none of you really care about the results; you are here for the photos.

Back from vacation to kick off November and it’s so good to be back taking photographs. Powerful still photographs.

Wasatch’s Jacob Salazar (25) carries the ball into the end zone with some blocking assistance from teammate TJ McDonald (44).

During halftime I sat on the grass with The Reporter, trading Titanic-related metaphors. Soon I noticed the Wasatch High School cheerleaders unfurling a banner for the football team to run through. I pondered getting up for a photo or continuing to sit. I got up, ran over, held the wide angle on the grass pointing up, and watched a throughly boring “team run out through paper banner.” Only later when I edited the photos did I realize I had a gem:

Wasatch’s Forrest Hill runs onto the field to start the second half, wrapped in the cheerleaders’ banner.

Park City , Utah

Sprint Ultimate Airwave

Joe Davis, competing in the Sprint Ultimate Airwave freestyle skiing event.
Ryan St. Onge competing in the Sprint Ultimate Airwave freestyle skiing competition.
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