Other Scenes at the Bucket

If you remember, critics derided the assumed nickname of the downtown basketball arena when Yum! Brands assumed the role of title sponsor. How could they not name the arena after KFC? Would there be the same connection to the community if they had called it the Long John Silver’s Yum! Center? Continue reading “Other Scenes at the Bucket”

Is Ashton already three?

Ashton's Third Birthday photo shoot by Tim Girton

Our friend Whitney hired us for our photographic skills to document the third birthday of her son Ashton. And since they’re big University of Louisville Cardinal fans, we went to the Belknap campus to get some of the ambiance of the sports program of 2013. Continue reading “Is Ashton already three?”

The Louisville basketball Cardinals continue to cruise, Rick Pitino gets number 300

The Louisville Cardinal helps direct the pep band.
The Louisville Cardinal helps direct the pep band.

Last night the University of Louisville basketball Cardinals made another appearance on ESPN’s Big Monday broadcast by taking on old rival Cincinnati. The Cards rolled the team from up I-71 67-51 as they look to go into the Big East tournament. Thankfully, Louisville.com had enabled me to see every home game with my camera. Continue reading “The Louisville basketball Cardinals continue to cruise, Rick Pitino gets number 300”

Louisville basketball in the second half

Here comes Russ.
Here comes Russ.

On Saturday, I found myself inside the KFC Yum! Center for a battle between the University of Louisville Cardinals and the Seton Hall Pirates. And during the game, I tried a different method of covering with the express purpose of filing my story faster and more efficiently I’m not sure it will work for the two home games we have left, but it felt good. Continue reading “Louisville basketball in the second half”

Louisville basketball back on track, This Is Louisville displays a new look

Louisville's Russ Smith keeps a close eye on Lamar Patterson.
Louisville’s Russ Smith keeps a close eye on Lamar Patterson.

Okay, the two subjects in the title don’t have much to do with each other, if anything, but it was a way to work in the fact that the two entities broke out in something new. Continue reading “Louisville basketball back on track, This Is Louisville displays a new look”

Louisville basketball gets ready for Syracuse

Chane Behanan doesn't look bothered by that ankle sprain
Chane Behanan doesn’t look bothered by that ankle sprain

What a week for the formerly third ranked. University of Louisville basketball Cardinals. They win on last Saturday at home in the KFC Yum! Center and watch the two teams ranked above them, then number one Duke and then number two Michigan. On Monday, Continue reading “Louisville basketball gets ready for Syracuse”

Louisville basketball gets the micro Four Thirds treatment

Peyton Siva dunks with authority.
Peyton Siva dunks with authority.

When University of Louisville basketball played Providence on Wednesday things got interesting on quite a few fronts. First, the start time moved to an hour earlier than previously scheduled to give Cardinal fans a chance to watch their Top 5 Continue reading “Louisville basketball gets the micro Four Thirds treatment”

The basketball Cards beat the Cats and we’ve to the photos

Wayne Blackshear jams two home while UK players just stand around.
Wayne Blackshear jams two home while UK players just stand around.

In the annual renewal of the Battle of the Bluegrass, conventional wisdom said that the University of Louisville Cardinals would come through as the odds on favorite over the University of Kentucky. Story lines popped up everywhere. Coach Rick Pitino had never beaten John Calipari since Cal came to Kentucky. Continue reading “The basketball Cards beat the Cats and we’ve to the photos”

Louisville is Russdiculous

Russ Smith flies with the greatest of ease.
Russ Smith flies with the greatest of ease.

Occasionally on my Instagram feed, I’ll run themes. I’ve done the 30 days, 30 pictures themes. When I had a daily photo project, those would often find their way to Instagram. This past week, Continue reading “Louisville is Russdiculous”