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Lines of college-aged people waited in queues while hudling together for warmth during long stretches of time in the evening cold of late April, many with only undershirts and shorts on, at Western

Meeting Extraordinary People

There are many amazing things about being a photojournalist. Holding the powerful to account, capturing historical events but one of my favorites is having access to meet extraordinary people. Such

Non-Action Reaction in a Fraction

Last Friday and Saturday I had the fortunate opportunity to photograph the Newtown girls and the Immaculate boys winning their state championships at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville. Now I like


On Tuesday, I spent my whole day, photographically, with basketball in one form or another. The first half of my day consisted of driving around looking for people enjoying a sunny, relatively warm

Wrestling with a Single Light

Danbury’s match against Trumbull was my first wrestling match I have covered in a few years. Though, growing up in Iowa I was surrounded by wrestling. Some consider University of Iowa and Iowa State


Chris Preovolos/The Advocate Sofia Rinaldi, 12, center, puts on her game-face during the Stamford Youth Foundation’s middle school field hockey team practice at Rippowam Middle School. MAKING ME FEEL


Paul Desmarais/The Advocate Margaux Lovell (front) dances with Daryl Addams, while Tony Hurtado gives Josephine Addams a spin to the left at The Palms on Columbus Park. The Palms restaurant is going


Kathleen O’Rourke/The Advocate Mirsa Castro and her two daughters, Jacqueline, 12, and Katherine, 6, Caria-Castro spend the afternoon playing outside on their front porch in Stamford, Conn. Castro


Kathleen O’Rourke/The Advocate SLIDESHOW: Documenting a quinceañera in Stamford. READ THE STORY : HERE


Kathleen O’Rourke/The Advocate Skaters crowd the Norwalk Skate Park at Calf Pasture Beach in hopes of getting a sponsorship in the Utopia Skate Shop “Sponsor Me Jam” in Norwalk, Conn, on Saturday