Featured on The Bulls of Durham

Summer 2020

Two photographs were featured as part of the Durham Off the Beaten Path Photography Contest, hosted by The Bulls of Durham. The photographs appeared on the organization’s website and social media channels. The contest itself allowed anyone in the world to view and vote for the photographs.

Durham Bulls Employee Awards

Summer 2018-19

The Durham Bulls organization awarded me Hospitality Employee of the Year at the conclusion of the 2018 season. Later, in 2019, I was awarded Guest Services Employee of the Homestand and Guest Services co-Employee of the Year.

Photography in N.C. State Alumni Association Calendar

Fall 2018

One of my photographs, entitled “Light at the End of the Tunnel,” was chosen to be featured in the 2019 N.C. State Alumni Association Calendar that is sent out to members of the association. Marking the first time my photography had been recognized in this fashion.

Featured on hitRECord

Fall 2013

A photograph I took of a clarinet was used in a video from hitRECord as well as the cover photo of a project challenge developed by company founder, Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Throughout its history, hitRECord has partnered with creatives around the world and its work has been featured at events such as Sundance Film Festival and SXSW. I continue to be a contributor on the platform.

N.C. State Fair Photography Exhibition

Fall 2009-2019

My photography was exhibited for several years in the Kerr Scott Building at the N.C. State Fair. The photos competed alongside professional and amateur artists and have been viewed by millions of visitors throughout the 11-day run of the fair each year.

Blog Post for Vybe Sunglasses

Spring 2014

I wrote a piece on local startup business, Vybe Sunglasses, which was one of several articles recognized by the company alongside established media outlets such as Triangle Business Journal and N.C. State’s Technician.

N.C. State Diversity Symposium Presenter

Spring 2013

I was one of three students selected to make a presentation on diversity in coaching at the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Diversity Symposium on campus. The project was presented to department faculty members and distinguished guests.

Photo Courtesy: Jason Leung