Portfolio Bryan Marseille

Scott Bestlin, 45, of Statesboro, GA starts to rebuild the frame for a greenhouse at Georgia Southern University on March 31, 2014. Scott often volunteers with wife Christina (not pictured), a grad assistant at the university's Center for Sustainability. (Bryan Marseille/ Georgia Southern University JOUR 3333)

Scott Bestlin, 45, of Statesboro, GA starts to rebuild the frame for a greenhouse at Georgia Southern University on March 31, 2014. Scott often volunteers with wife Christina (not pictured), a grad assistant at the university’s Center for Sustainability. (Bryan Marseille/ Georgia Southern University JOUR 3333)

 

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Karon McNeal, 24, of Twin City, GA looks over his past achievements with his usual breakfast — a blunt and a brew– in University Pointe on March 9, 2014. The Former East Georgia basketball star and 2-time Bobcat Award-winner lost his scholarship after a shoulder injury required surgery, effectively ending his basketball career. (Bryan Marseille/ Georgia Southern University JOUR 3333)

 

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Adam Christy, 78, of Statesboro, GA looks on as volunteers at the Habitat for Humanity work on a new house. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry that works with people in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. (Bryan Marseille/Georgia Southern University JOUR 3333)
Fredrick Stone looks over a piece a furniture in the Center for Art & Theatre on March 3, 2014. The Ranco comacy was hired to moved various piece of furniture and hardware . (Bryan Marseille, Georgia Southern University, JOUR3333)
Fredrick Stone looks over a piece a furniture in the Center for Art & Theatre on March 3, 2014. The Ranco company was hired to moved various piece of furniture and hardware .
(Bryan Marseille, Georgia Southern University, JOUR3333)
m Tyler, 47, of Statesboro, GA is a carpenter in the Physical Plant at Georgia Southern University. Tyler contemplated smarter, not harder ways to rebuild the greenhouse that took hours to construct. (Bryan Marseille/ Georgia Southern University JOUR 3333)
Jim Tyler (far right), 47, of Statesboro, GA is a carpenter in the Physical Plant at Georgia Southern University. Tyler contemplated with people from Center for Sustainabilty smarter, not harder ways to rebuild the greenhouse that took hours to construct. (Bryan Marseille/ Georgia Southern University JOUR 3333)
Giuseppe Marra, 59, of Northwest Italy gives his business card to a customer during the Farmer's Market at Georgia Southern University on April 15, 2014. Marra sells all-natural Italian spices and sauces for FraLI Gourmet, LLC, based in Savannah.
Giuseppe Marra, 59, of Northwest Italy gives his business card to a customer during the Farmer’s Market at Georgia Southern University on April 15, 2014. Marra sells all-natural Italian spices and sauces for FraLI Gourmet, LLC, based in Savannah. (Bryan Marseille/Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Karen Egaret (seated) and Ibi Owolabi (standing) examine a piece of artwork in the Masters of Fine Arts Art exhibition on March 3, 2014. The Center for Art & Theatre is holding the exhibit from March 3 to March 13.
(Bryan Marseille, Georgia Southern University, JOUR3333)
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Scott Foxx, 41, of Savannah, GA works on a collage piece in his studio at the Center for Art and Theatre on March 14, 2014. A self-titled “Southern gentleman artist,” Foxx is enrolled in the Master of Fine Arts program at Georgia Southern University. (Bryan Marselle/ Georgia Southern University JOUR 3333)

“Extra Credit” – Jessica Stanfield

Georgia Southern student Matt Stratton, 21, of Alpharetta, GA is the backup guitarist for "The Buddy Petts Blues Band" and this past Thursday, May, 1, 2014 he jammed with the band at a party (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess). ( I wanted to challenge myself to work with lighting, and all I had to work with at this show was that of a huge fire that they had going.)

Georgia Southern student Matt Stratton, 21, of Alpharetta, GA is the backup guitarist for “The Buddy Petts Blues Band” and this past Thursday, May, 1, 2014 he jammed with the band at a party (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess). ( I wanted to challenge myself to work with lighting, and all I had to work with at this show was that of a huge fire that they had going.)

Drew Whitehead (left), 22, of Houston County GA, and Luke Criddle, 22, of LeGrange GA lead "The Buddy Petts Blues Band" during their show this past Thursday, May 1, 2014, at a party that was being held behind Loco's Pub & Grill of Statesboro, GA (Georgia southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

Drew Whitehead (left), 22, of Houston County GA, and Luke Criddle, 22, of LeGrange GA lead “The Buddy Petts Blues Band” during their show this past Thursday, May 1, 2014, at a party that was being held behind Loco’s Pub & Grill of Statesboro, GA (Georgia southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

Portfolio – Jess Stanfield

Lead guitarist, and singer of "The Buddy Petts Blues Band" Drew Whitehead, 21, of Statesboro, GA entertains his audience at Bigshow's Burgers on Saturday, April 12. (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess)

Lead guitarist, and singer of “The Buddy Petts Blues Band” Drew Whitehead, 21, of Statesboro, GA entertains his audience at Bigshow’s Burgers on Saturday, April 12 (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

McTYRE TRUCKING Co.'s Ramon Polanco, right, accompanies co-worker Herold Reynolds, center, as they strap down a bleacher to their company truck on Tuesday. (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess)

McTYRE TRUCKING Co.’s Ramon Polanco, right, accompanies co-worker Herold Reynolds, center, as they strap down a bleacher to their company truck on Tuesday. (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess)

Skyhoundz host Jim Fox, 45, and his Mini Australian Shepard friend Rocky compete in the 2nd annual Skyhoundz dis dog challenge at Mill Creek of Statesboro, GA this past Saturday, March, 28, 2013. (Georgia Southern University JOUR 3333, Jess).

Skyhoundz host Jim Fox, 45, and his Mini Australian Shepard friend Rocky compete in the 2nd annual Skyhoundz dis dog challenge at Mill Creek of Statesboro, GA this past Saturday, March, 28, 2013. (Georgia Southern University JOUR 3333, Jess).

Harmonica player for "The Buddy Petts Blues Band' Luke Criddle, 22, of LeGrange, GA rips a solo during a show on April, 12, 2012 at Bigshow's Burgers (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

Harmonica player for “The Buddy Petts Blues Band’ Luke Criddle, 22, of LeGrange, GA rips a solo during a show on April, 12, 2012 at Bigshow’s Burgers (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

Georgia Tech mechanical engineering graduate student Matthew Edwards, 22, Norcross, GA reenacts his graduation ceremony (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

Georgia Tech mechanical engineering graduate student Matthew Edwards, 22, Norcross, GA reenacts his graduation ceremony (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

Disc Connected K-9's rescue member Scot Coster, of South Carolina, wrestles with his 10-month-old Border Collie Zippy during their turn in the Skyhoundz disc challenge. Zippy was originally purchased off of Craigslist, tied to a poll and neglected but was shortly thereafter rescued by Coster and his wife along with their rescue team. Zippy now enjoys playing Frisbee as a relief method as he is being readjusted to a life with his new owners. (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess)

Disc Connected K-9’s rescue member Scot Coster, of South Carolina, wrestles with his 10-month-old Border Collie Zippy during their turn in the Skyhoundz disc challenge. Zippy was originally purchased off of Craigslist, tied to a poll and neglected but was shortly thereafter rescued by Coster and his wife along with their rescue team. Zippy now enjoys playing Frisbee as a relief method as he is being readjusted to a life with his new owners (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

Georgia Southern senior biochemistry major Hannah Watkins, 20, runs through a modeling technique at the University's Center of Arts and Theater.

Georgia Southern senior biochemistry major Hannah Watkins, 20, runs through a modeling technique at the University’s Center of Arts and Theater (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess). 

Georgia Southern Senior biochemistry major Hannah Watkins, 20, of Atlanta GA practices for an upcoming photo shoot at the University Center of Arts and Theater. During her spare time, Hannah enjoys modeling (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

Georgia Southern Senior biochemistry major Hannah Watkins, 20, of Atlanta GA practices for an upcoming photo shoot at the University Center of Arts and Theater. During her spare time, Hannah enjoys modeling (Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333, Jess).

Kris Bailey’s Jour 3333 Portfolio

Kris Bailey's Jour 3333 Portfolio

Joel Harris of Atlanta, GA wields his Blackmagic camera after a long day of shooting interviews and b-roll for a DGE promotional video that features highlights of each artist involved with the DGE movement on Saturday March 1, 2014. (Kris Bailey/Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333).

Kris Bailey’s Jour 3333 Portfolio

Caroline Deal, 34, went to the Botanical Garden Spring Festival and Plant Sale with three goals for her plant options. Along with her daughter and husband, Deal shopped for plants that could be consumed later, plants that could be experimented with and plants such as the one she holds that are great for decorative purposes due to its beauty. (Kris Bailey/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Caroline Deal, 34, went to the Botanical Garden Spring Festival and Plant Sale with three goals for her plant options. Along with her daughter and husband, Deal shopped for plants that could be consumed later, plants that could be experimented with and plants such as the one she holds that are great for decorative purposes due to its beauty. (Kris Bailey/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Portfolio- Jessica Adams

Jackie Sanson, 20, and Thomas Browne, 21, worked hard on their group project together in the Georgia Southern Library on Monday, March 3, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Jackie Sanson, 20, and Thomas Browne, 21, worked hard on their group project together in the Georgia Southern Library on Monday, March 3, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Jackie Sansom, 20, of Alpharetta, Georgia focuses intently on her in depth homework assignment that is due in just minutes at the Georgia Southern Library on Monday, March 3, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Jackie Sansom, 20, of Alpharetta, Georgia focuses intently on her in depth homework assignment that is due in just minutes at the Georgia Southern Library on Monday, March 3, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Carson Jones, 21, of August, Ga, puts on her makeup early in the morning before her 8:00am class on Monday, March 10, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Carson Jones, 21, of August, Ga, puts on her makeup early in the morning before her 8:00am class on Monday, March 10, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Carson Jones, 21, of Augusta, Ga, lets her dog Ollie out for his morning walk in the neighborhood on Monday morning, March 10, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Carson Jones, 21, of Augusta, Ga, lets her dog Ollie out for his morning walk in the neighborhood on Monday morning, March 10, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Olivia, 5, of Statesboro, Ga explores the many wonders of nature at the plant sale at the Botanical Gardens on Saturday, March 28, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Olivia, 5, of Statesboro, Ga explores the many wonders of nature at the plant sale at the Botanical Gardens on Saturday, March 28, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Ann Platt of Statesboro, Ga listens to her grandson, Chandler Bailey, 6, while he explains to her why she should buy certain plants at the Botanical Gardens' plant sale on Saturday, March 28, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Ann Platt of Statesboro, Ga listens to her grandson, Chandler Bailey, 6, while he explains to her why she should buy certain plants at the Botanical Gardens’ plant sale on Saturday, March 28, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Ryan Fortenberry of Statesboro, Ga smiles at his adorable son Janson, 8 months, as he smiles at all the people who attend the plant sale at the Botanical Gardens of Statesboro, Ga on Saturday, March 28, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Ryan Fortenberry of Statesboro, Ga smiles at his adorable son Janson, 8 months, as he smiles at all the people who attend the plant sale at the Botanical Gardens of Statesboro, Ga on Saturday, March 28, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Kelli Chandler, 22, of Milledgeville, Ga., does her morning Pure Barre workout at 5:30 a.m. before a long day of of exams in Nursing School at Georgia Southern University Monday, April  14, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Kelli Chandler, 22, of Milledgeville, Ga., does her morning Pure Barre workout at 5:30 a.m. before a long day of of exams in Nursing School at Georgia Southern University Monday, April 14, 2014. (Jessica Adams/ Georgia Southern University, JOUR 3333)

Final Assignment: Stefany Bornman

Feature Photo Creel & Sheeks

Lauren Creel (left), 22 of Grayson, Ga., and Lauren Sheeks (right), 22 of Hamilton, Ga., run through the sprinklers at Sweetheart Circle on Sunday during their senior pictures. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

Stacey Bornman, 18, of Augusta, Ga., a fashion merchandise and design major at the Art Institute of Atlanta, enjoying the first sunny day all week while sitting in her sunroom. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

Stacey Bornman, 18, of Augusta, Ga., a fashion merchandise and design major at the Art Institute of Atlanta, enjoying the first sunny day all week while sitting in her sunroom. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

Hair Scare

Rosalea Gilliam, 4th grade teacher at Guyton Elementary School, in Effingham, Ga., volunteered at the “Hair Scare” booth at the Spring Festival on Saturday. Students lined up to have their hair spray painted despite the rainy weather the activities were moved inside. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

Linear Perspective

Local residents of Statesboro, Ga., enjoy biking on a warm spring afternoon at the S&S Greenway trail off Gentilly Road on Monday. The current 2-mile trail is expected to undergo an 8-mile expansion that will stretch from Statesboro, Ga., to Brooklet, Ga. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

The Statesboro Farmer's Market on Saturday, gave local artists and businesses an opportunity to showcase their works. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

The Statesboro Farmer’s Market on Saturday, gave local artists and businesses an opportunity to showcase their works. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

Local talented Statesboro artist, Penny Mart, paints a portrait while at the Farmer's Market on Saturday. The Farmer's Market gives local artists and businesses an opportunity to showcase their works. The Statesboro Farmer's Market (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

Local talented Statesboro artist, Penny Mart, paints a portrait while at the Farmer’s Market on Saturday. The Farmer’s Market gives local artists and businesses an opportunity to showcase their works. The Statesboro Farmer’s Market (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

The Statesboro Farmer's Market on Saturday provided residents with the opportunity to purchase fruits and vegetables directly from farmers. Organic carrots, turnips, and radishes, were some of the main vegetable seen on Saturday. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

The Statesboro Farmer’s Market on Saturday provided residents with the opportunity to purchase fruits and vegetables directly from farmers. Organic carrots, turnips, and radishes, were some of the main vegetable seen on Saturday. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

Guyton Elementary School, in Effingham, Ga., held their Spring Festival on Saturday, which featured a silent auction to help raise money for the school. The silent auction was located on the stage of the dining hall and included donations made my parents and faculty. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

Guyton Elementary School, in Effingham, Ga., held their Spring Festival on Saturday, which featured a silent auction to help raise money for the school. The silent auction was located on the stage of the dining hall and included donations made my parents and faculty. (Stefany Bornman/ Georgia Southern University JOUR3333)

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