You don’t really “get” it. You don’t understand it. You don’t catch it. You can’t stop it. It just happens. And honestly? It sucks. But I love, endlessly. And grief can’t take that away from me.Read More
I drove south on 695 for three hours. When I finally got there, on the left was three lines of barbed-wire fences, with steel fencing on the inner circle. The center of the fencing held the Gold Vault. I continued straight and tanks were on my left, with cannons on my right. I approach the gate, and pull out my ID. I roll down all the windows in my car, ask how the guard is, he checks my ID, and I enter. Fort Knox is in central Kentucky, just south of Louisville. I was chosen as a videographer for the U.S. Army Bases’ Public Affairs Office.Read More
In my Photojournalism Capstone at Ball State, I had an assignment to photograph something positive happening in the community 3-miles from our door. This is an approximation, of course. Being someone who loves volunteering and is incredibly community orientated, a few ideas crossed my mind.Read More
Two-thousand and eighteen. Oh, what a year.
A year of triumph, loss, pain and unconditional love. It was a year where I saw some of my biggest triumphs and biggest fears come true.Read More
Welcome to my site! It’s my first real time working on this platform, so forgive me if things are a little weird for a while!
Anyways, my name is Madeline Grosh, and I am a (first round) senior at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana! I picked up photography as a serious consideration for a career around 3 years ago…Read More