February Pictures of the Month

The Alberta Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament, a head chef at Hoopla Donuts, Trojans men’s and women’s hockey matchups, the Calgary Lowriders Dachshund Club annual Winter Wienerland Formal, the 2019 Special Olympics Alberta Winter Games, the Calgary Nor-am Cup slopestyle skiing event, the Calgary Hitmen vs the Moose Jaw Warriors, a kite surfer, and so much more… SAIT’s photojournalism students were all over the city of Calgary capturing moments in the month of February, 2019.

First-year baking and pastry arts student Chantal Brosseau poses for a portrait in a kitchen in the basement of the Senator Burns Building at SAIT in Calgary on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019. Brosseau is decorating red velvet cakes she made, which were inspired by Valentine’s Day the previous week. Brosseau would like to take her talent abroad and travel to places such as France, England, and Australia in the future. (Photo by Stefanie Lis/The Press)
Daniel McGregor poses in The Butchery at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. McGregor is a student of butchery and charcuterie management, and became interested in the program after he got into hunting and wanted to learn tactical skills. (Photo by Maryam Lehmann/The Press)
Larry Gauthier, Chinook Lodge Aboriginal Centre coordinator, poses for a portrait in the lodge at SAIT in Calgary on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019. Gauthier has been working at SAIT for a year and a half and coordinates the activities at the Chinook Lodge Aboriginal Centre. (Photo by Azin Ghaffari/The Press)
Katrina Reinwald posing for a portrait in Destinations travel office at SAIT in Calgary on Monday, Feb. 25, 2019. Reinwald is in her second year of the travel and tourism program and hopes to become a tour guide in the mountains once she is out of school. She has travelled to Israel and Mexico, and has a desire to go to Croatia. (Photo by Destany Bojey Kootnikoff/The Press)
Secon-year graphic communications and print technology (GCPT) student Mark Rivera poses for a portrait in the GCPT printing lab at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. Rivera came to SAIT and took the GCPT program to try to change his career to a more social occupation after working as a mechanic. In his free time, Rivera often hangs out with his friends and classmates in their competitive gaming club at school. (Photo by Ryan John Baculpo/The Press)
Educational lab technician Ben Tsui poses for a portrait in the checkout room of SAIT’s Senator Burns Building in Calgary on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019. The 58-year-old has been managing audiovisual equipment loans for both the journalism and radio, television and broadcast news programs since August 1997. Some of the items made available to students and staff include: cameras, lenses, audio-recording devices, lighting equipment, projectors, stands, and media passes. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
SAIT Trojans forward Hope Lewis goes in for a lay-up during the last regular season game against the Ambrose University Lions in the SAIT Campus Centre gym in Calgary on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. The Lions won the game 63-62 in a close game throughout. (Photo by Shiva Esmaeili/The Press)
SAIT Trojans guard Skyler Macdonald, right, pushes the ball out of her opponent, Ambrose University Lions guard Rachel McIntyre, left, during the last regular season game in the SAIT Campus Centre gym in Calgary on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. The Lions won the game 63-62 in a close game throughout. (Photo by Shiva Esmaeili/The Press)
Ambrose University Lions guard Catarina Dimonekene, left, goes in for a lay-up during the last regular season game in the SAIT Campus Centre gym in Calgary on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. The Lions won the game 63-62 in a close game throughout. (Photo by Shiva Esmaeili/The Press)
Claudia Leung studies library information technology at the Reg Erhardt Library at SAIT in Calgary on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019. Leung is from Hong Kong, China, and hopes to return there after her graduation in 2020. (Photo by Tiffany Oud/The Press)
Calgary Hitmen Carl Stankowski saves a shot from the Moose Jaw Warriors Tyler Smithies in a regular season WHL hockey game in Calgary on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019. The Hitmen defeated the Warriors 6-2. (Photo by Nick Olexyn/The Press)
Fans hold up cutouts of the characters from Trailer Park Boys as a way to celebrate Maritime Night at the Calgary Roughnecks Vancouver Warriors game at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019. The Roughnecks defeated the Warriors 8-5 in National Lacrosse League regular season game. (Photo by Braeden Park/The Press)
Moose Jaw Warriors Brodan Salmond reaches for a save in a regular season WHL hockey game against Calgary Hitmen Mark Kastelic in Calgary on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019. The Hitmen defeated the Warriors 6-2. (Photo by Nick Olexyn/The Press)
Skye Clarke competes in the semifinal heats of slopestyle skiing at the NorAm Cup in Calgary on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019. NorAm is an international competition and hosts competitors from the United States, New Zealand, Argentina, China, and Japan. Skiers faced harsh conditions as the temperature was 28 degrees below zero and was reported to feel like 39 degrees below. (Photo by Nick Olexyn/The Press)
Linda Demchuk, right, congratulates her son Chris Demchuk, left, after winning their match of floor hockey during the first day of competiion of 2019 Special Olympics Alberta Winter Games held at the Genesis Centre in Calgary on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019. Over 700 athletes from 64 communities across Alberta, Northwest Territories, and Saskatchewan came together for the largest sport event for individuals with intellectual disabilities. (Photo by Ryan John Baculpo/The Press)
Mike Carew, right, hugs his team mate Robin Jessee, left, after scoring a goal in a match of floor hockey during the first day of competiion of 2019 Special Olympics Alberta Winter Games held at the Genesis Centre in Calgary on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019. Over 700 athletes from 64 communities across Alberta, Northwest Territories, and Saskatchewan came together for the largest sport event for individuals with intellectual disabilities. (Photo by Ryan John Baculpo/The Press)
Luna Mae takes a break from the action during the Winter Wienerland Formal at Cold Garden in Calgary on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019. The event featured over 15 dachshunds dressed up to compete for the best dressed award. It was organized by the Calgary Lowriders Dachshund Club as a way to exercise and socialize their dogs during the cold winter months. (Photo by Jesse Gillett/The Press)
SAIT Trojans defender Kurtis Rutledge, left, body checks and tries to steal the puck from Red Deer College Kings left winger Jacob Wozney, right, during ACAC regular season hockey match held at SAIT Arena in Calgary on, Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. Trojans win, 7-3. (Photo by Ryan John Baculpo/The Press)
Registered nurse Jessica Gurnsey poses for a portrait in the Indigenous Student Gathering Place at the University of Calgary in Calgary on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. Gurnsey, who is working on her masters in nursing with a focus on autism spectrum disorder, is a graduate assistant in research and in teaching and tutors indigenous students in the Gathering Place from three to six hours per week. She also nannies her nephew. Gurnsey does all of this with post-concussion syndrome, which gives her daily headaches, frequent migraines, dizziness, short-term memory loss, and poor word recall. (Photo by Stefanie Lis/The Press)
Phil and Sebastian Coffee Roasters head chef Leslie Morrow poses for a portrait at Hoopla Donuts located in the Calgary Place building in Calgary on Monday, Feb. 4, 2019. Morrow, who has led the company’s edible menu since June 2013, spent over two years creating dozens of donut recipes, which include vegan and gluten-free options. The eatery, and sixth location for the Calgary-based coffee company, opened its doors on November 27, 2018. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
Ty Kobeck gets cleaned up during his fight against Allan Balon at the Alberta Golden Gloves 2019 competition at the Carriage House Inn in Calgary on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019. The Alberta Golden Gloves competition showcases over 100 boxers from all over Western Canada. (Photo by Devon Langille/The Press)
William Blackmore, right, lands a punch on Darcy Feser, left, during their fight at the Alberta Golden Gloves 2019 competition at the Carriage House Inn in Calgary on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019. The Alberta Golden Gloves competition showcases over 100 boxers from all over Western Canada. (Photo by Devon Langille/The Press)
Connor Ferrier, left, lands a punch during a boxing match against Andrew Miller at the Alberta Golden Gloves 2019 at the Carriage House Inn in Calgary on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019. The Alberta Golden Gloves is an amateur boxing competition held by Southpaw Boxing Gym. (Tiffany Oud/The Press)
Antonee Sotenskyy, left, doges a punch by Cameron McKinley, right, at the Alberta Golden Gloves 2019 boxing competition at the Carriage House Inn in Calgary on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019. (Photo by Shiva Esmaeili/The Press)
Kale ostapovich completes a grab as he airs out of the halfpipe at Winsport’s Canada Olympic Park in Calgary on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019. Athletes competed in the Canada Snowboard Provincial Snowboard Halfpipe finals in bone chilling -25 weather. (Photo by Braeden Park/The Press)
Dan Marshfield moves tries to find a place to pack up his kite after snowkitting at Nose Hill Park in Calgary on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019. The polar vortex brought ideal wind conditions to Southern Alberta for snowkitting. (Photo by Evan Buchanan/The Press)
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Kevin Udahl is a photojournalism instructor at SAIT, and the executive photo editor of The Press.

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