Description Orton Hall is one of the oldest buildings on the Ohio State University campus and is named after the University's first president, Edward J. Orton Sr.. The building is unique because it is built of 40 different building stones found in Ohio and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The bell tower contains bells which weigh 25,000 pounds and the tower is encircled with 24 gargoyle figures.
Courtenay Gregory Member Since July 2009 Artist Statement I'm an amateur photographer from Ohio who loves taking great photos and sharing them with other people.
I love to travel and believe that my love of both photography and travel started at an early age. My family went on many vacations during the years that I was growing up and both my parents and my brothers and I always had cameras on hand. My father, with his Minolta 35mm SLR, would shoot excellent photos and still does today.
My current passion for photography started while I was in college at The Ohio State University but didn't really get moving and become serious until after I graduated and bought my first digital camera. Since 2001, I've been shooting digital and trying to constantly improve my abilities.
I greatly appreciate your visit to look at my gallery and thanks for your support!