Name: Kade Delis
Date: Apr 19, 2010
Address: 837 N. 800 East
Logan, Utah 84321
How much can someone put on the Internet? For Adam Ward, a student at Utah State University majoring in public relations, the boundaries are limitless. The articles he has written are easy to find and he seems to take interest in the most modern conveniences. But he seems to give the most attention to his photography career, which seems to be off to a good start. All-in-all Ward seems like an interesting person and will likely be a successful businessman. Ward’s ability to achieve can be distinguished in the words he writes and in the art he does.
Ward was born in 1990 and has seven other siblings. His parents are John and Patty Ward. He has earned great respect and become a huge lover of photography. On his Facebook page there are numerous photos of models and nature he has photographed on different locations with beautiful backdrops. He says the job has become easier now that he knows how to use Photoshop. Several of his friends have given him great feedback on his work. His sister Melissa actually wrote, “i can almost smell the lilacs through the photo :.”
Aside from photography, Ward is also a student at Utah State University majoring in public relations. He plays for the rugby team and has written articles for the university’s news Web site Aggie Town Square, his most recent being an article about a charity between the bicycle store and a band. His interests in technology are noticeable on his Facebook and Twitter pages. On his Twitter page, he expresses the desire to work for the search engine company, Google (“I want to work for Google! Oh man that company is so cool”) and keep up-to date with the newest technologies (“I'm diggin the new windows phone 7, it looks sweet. Competition between Apple, Google, and microsoft will bring about some cool stuff!”). His Facebook page shows a link to the Adobe Creative Suite for students.
His blogs show his interests in issues that the country is debating as well as his personal interests. One post is about the war on drugs and another one discusses Web 2.0. With the cover post saying Cache Club of Interdisciplinary Studies, he was probably making this blog for a class.
Ward’s personal hobbies, according to his Blogger profile, are “Photography, school, rugby, and friends can pretty much sum me up,” and “I love taking pictures of anything and everything, so please shoot me an email at email@example.com if you are interested in taking pictures!”