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Carter Chadwick

Carter Chadwick, TALON Co-Photo Editor

Carter Chadwick (12) is the co-photo editor of the TALON Yearbook, and this is his fourth year on staff. He aims to raise the book on a photographic level this year and share the necessary skills with the new staff members. When not working, he enjoys watching movies and spending time with friends.

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“If I was growing [on my channel] from the start, I never would have changed. The kick of the fact that I wasn’t improving and I felt like I was staggering was what set [the change] off. I have definitely become more proud of what I make. I want to see the channel grow, but I also want to put effort into it and be proud of that, Zevan Drozda (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Live in three, two, one

by Carter Chadwick, TALON Co-Photo Editor
April 28, 2022
[My passion for music] was playing with others and being a part of a group, simply making music together. Those things are the main reasons why I enjoy playing in orchestra, mainly because I really like playing the music I listen to and then trying to recreate it,” Austin Wang (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Beats and bats

by Carter Chadwick, TALON Co-Photo Editor
December 15, 2021
Emily Novikov (11) poses outside the Blackford Campus tennis courts with her Yonex Ezone 98  tennis racket. Emily helped lead the varsity girls tennis team to a CCS Championship in her sophomore year.

Apex: The right mindset

by Carter Chadwick, TALON co-Photo Editor
August 27, 2021
“A lot of people, when talking about art as their hobby, they say its their way of letting go. For me, I would say it’s the exact opposite, because I feel like art is my way of connecting with the world; it’s not my way of letting go. Art lets me intertwine myself with my future and my present, and it lets me connect with everything I want to say,” Sydney Takemoto (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Speaking through art

by Carter Chadwick, TALON Co-Sports Editor
April 22, 2021
“Even if I’m not really good at [playing a song], I don’t just quit on it. Theres this song called ‘Tom Sawyer’ by Rush, and for about nine or ten years I was trying to play that ... I remember the day I got that song down perfectly, and I was so happy. It just reinforced the idea in my brain that I can do things with hard work,” Nick Bereznak (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Business beats

by Carter Chadwick, TALON Co-Sports Editor
January 25, 2021
“I came into water polo not knowing anything, and this is part of why I’m so grateful to my team. I’m able to serve as a role model not necessarily because of how good I am, but just because of character … and I’m able to give an example to my teammates where I can be a role model on how to improve,” James Pflaging (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Driven dedication

by Carter Chadwick, TALON Co-Sports Editor
December 1, 2020
“What makes [doing cross-country] worthwhile is when everyone is fresh across the finish line, and we’re all the pure essence of a team; were giving each other high fives and supporting each other even though we’re all about to collapse. Finishing a race ... and being able to get over that finish line [feels great], but the rewarding experience is community and team that you get there with,” Grant Miner (12) said.

Humans of Harker: From the field to the stage

by Carter Chadwick, TALON Asst. Sports Editor
April 14, 2020
“It’s okay to lose, but it’s not okay to lose and not give it one hundred percent. If you lose and you feel theres nothing else that you think you could have done differently and you played a good game, then that’s okay and you can learn from that and grow and try to win the next one. The goal should always be to win, but theres also value in losing. If you lose a game, but you feel you could have done more and you didn’t leave it all out on the table, then there’s definitely something that needs to be changed,” Ryan Brown (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Keys to a captain

by Carter Chadwick, TALON Asst. Sports Editor
April 12, 2020
“When I perform, I feel liberated. I’m focused on the moment and immersed in the music. I love that feeling of being able to just focus on the music and kind of forget everything else. Whats really great to see is when people are really enjoying the music they’re feeling it, dancing, singing along. It was really extraordinary to see that,” Max Lee (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Playing for a cause

by Carter Chadwick, Humans of Harker Profiler
October 25, 2019
I think other people would describe me as fun. I’m not really a serious person, except when I have to be. I always try to have a joke or something relevant, Joshua Broweleit (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Friend and flyer

by Carter Chadwick, TALON Reporter
February 25, 2019
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