Cassie Bauer’s Photo Portfolio


Anna Egermayer


Lake Zorinsky

Sports/Action Photo

Batter’s Up! Creighton Prep Junior, Ryan Bauer, awaits the perfect pitch during a scrimmage on Prep’s home turf back in spring of 2021. Their hard work in the preseason, led the varsity baseball team to a successful year.

Light/Shadow Photo

Lake Zorinsky



Pet Portrait


Academic Moment

I Choose You! Theology teacher, Deacon Kevin Fuller, calls on Julia Trainer during a junior Theology III class. The class spent first semester discussing morality.

Marian Spirit

Group Hug! A group of Marian juniors pose for the camera at an all school assembly congratulating the swim team on their first place finish at state. The team brought home yet another trophy, amounting to 17 state swim titles for Marian.

Emotional Response

Disco Time! Julia Trainer and Maggie Tynan take on the dance floor at Omaha’s annual Maha music festival in Aksarben Village. The pair spent the evening at the silent disco, eating food from the vendors, and listening to live music.

Ethics Statement

I believe that photography should be used to capture candid moments and create memories. As a photographer I strive to capture individual’s raw emotion and genuine reactions. In order to portray accurate images I believe that as a photographer, I should not influence my subjects by altering their reactions in any way. In order to achieve this goal I ensure that when I am behind the lens I blend into my environment.

3 thoughts on “Cassie Bauer’s Photo Portfolio

  1. Hello, hope I got this right.
    1. Photography should be used to capture candid moments and create memories.
    2. To achieve this goal, photographers should not influence their subjects by altering their reactions.
    3. To achieve this, photographers ensure that when they are behind the lens they blend into their environment.
    Thanks so much!


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