Our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is a rookie Houston Texans Cheerleader, one of many newcomers to the convention. As a matter of fact, I would liked to be able to photograph more of these newcomers because I like to feature as many new faces as possible in addition to some of those veteran attendees.
Well without further ado, let me introduce Houston Texans Cheerleader Shaunte, our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
We are coming close to the end of our coverage of the 2018 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta. But we have two more cheerleaders to share with you, so check back tomorrow to see who is our next All Star.
We are rapidly approaching the end of our coverage of the 2018 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta. And our next honoree is a dancer that I have featured here in the past and when you see her photos, I think you’ll be able to see why. A former NFL cheerleader and current member of the Charlotte Honey Bees, introducing Laken, our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
We are close to the end, but not quite done yet, so check back tomorrow to see who is our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
A couple of weeks ago, I shared a photo entitled “D.C. Women of Color” and that was a product of previous group photo of all the D.C. Cheerleaders that were in attendance at the P-R-O Convention…apparently they are pretty tight between both squads. So today, I want to share with you that photo featuring all the lovely ladies from our nation’s capital.
I may have mentioned this before, but one of my favorite cheerleading squads to photograph is the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders. I love road tripping out to Phoenix to catch a Cardinals game. And it’s a positive that they play in a modern stadium that has great sight lines and it just so happens that they drafted a talented QB, Josh Rosen, from my alma mater, UCLA. So you can say, I like the Cards and the AZCC and I guess I’ll have to make the journey back to the Valley of the Sun next season for some Sunday fun.
Our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is a third year member of the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders and is originally from Friendswood, Texas…introducing Ashley.
Only a few more left, so check back soon to see the 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
There were many dance teams in attendance at the P-R-O Convention and I try to photograph as many dancers from as many teams as I can, given the limited amount of down time. And this year, I was able to get some quality time with one of the Charlotte CheckMates…introducing Jennifer, a 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
There are only a handful left, so check back tomorrow to see who is our next P-R-O Convention All Star.
The Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders brought one of the largest teams to the 2018 P-R-O Convention and this year, there were a lot of new faces. So when there was a lull in the dance instruction, the AZCC gathered on the stage to take a group photo and I took advantage to showcase the entire squad that came to Atlanta.
There is a new sense of optimism in the Valley of the Sun. With the number one overall pick in the 2018 NBA draft, the Phoenix Suns selected a potential franchise changing player in Deandre Ayton, the former five star prospect from the University of Arizona and the consensus top overall draft prospect. It is hoped that he will evolve into a difference making pro player and one that will stick around after his initial rookie contract expires. Having played his high school and college ball in the area, Ayton might prefer to stay at home instead of shopping his services around to the highest bidder. So things are definitely looking up in the Valley of the Sun.
And with the advent of this year’s dance team auditions, there is a renewed sense of optimism as well for those of us who enjoy the game day entertainment. Every year, a new group of dancers courageously give it their all with the hope of making the cut and securing one of the coveted spots on the Phoenix Suns Dance Team. And I was there for a portion of the proceedings.
This was the sixth time that I have made the trek from Los Angeles to Phoenix to cover the Suns Dancers auditions. Having photographed two games with Phoenix Suns, I can tell you that the dance team is an integral part of the game day experience, so I was excited to renew my relationship with the organization and to see the new crop of hopefuls and the returning veterans.
The Charlotte Honey Bees have an amazing squad of beautiful and talented dancers. They are one of my favorite squads at P-R-O and I try to photograph as many of them as possible for these features. And as you can imagine, our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is another one of those amazing Honey Bees. A second year veteran and cute as a button, introducing Honey Bee Cassandra…our latest 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
We are coming down to the wire with respect to our coverage of the 2018 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta, but there are still a few more awesome cheerleaders that we would like to showcase. So, check back soon to see who is next.
One of the things I like about the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders is that they bring a diverse group of cheerleaders and that they wear several of their game day uniforms. And this makes for some interesting and alluring photos.
Our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is one of those impressive Washington Redskins Cheerleaders, introducing fourth year veteran Tonee.
We are coming to the end of our coverage of the 2018 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta, but we still have a few more wonderful cheerleaders to highlight. So check back soon to see who we feature next.
Every year, the Houston Texans Cheerleaders bring the largest group of cheerleaders to P-R-O and this year, there must have been over 20 new rookie HTC in attendance. There were only six or seven veterans on that squad and I was fortunate to be able to shoot a few familiar faces. Our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is one of those veterans, introducing second year Houston Texans Cheerleader Samantha.
There’s still more All Star features to come, so check back soon to see who is next.