10.26.12 Army Photographer | First Tank Change of Command Parade Change of Command Parade photographs taken at Dragon Valley, Camp Casey, South Korea. Incoming Captain Lance Brender takes command of HHC, First Tank 1-72 from Outgoing Captain Dambekaln. Related PostsArmy Photographer | First Tank Change of Command ParadeArmy Photographer | Captain Brender’s Outgoing Change of CommandSt George’s Day Ball | Green Screen & Photo Booth SeoulSeoul Event Photographer | Korea Linux Forum 2012Dulwich College Seoul White Christmas Charity Ball | Event PhotographyAustCham & Kiwi Chamber Anzac Day Networking Event | Seoul, Korea Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Tags: Army,Camp Casey,Dragon Valley,Event,Fall,First Tank,Korea,October,Photographer,Seoul Seoul Event Photographer | Korea Linux Forum 2012 Previous Post Rainy Day Engagement Photos | Rachel & Daniel Next Post show hide 4 comments Top 20 Photos of 2012 - GSP - A Year in Review - 2013/01/09 - 5:30 PM […] October I added the US Army to my list of clients. Lance Brender asked me photograph his change of command parade which later lead to me photographing one of First Tank’s “Dining Out” events in […]ReplyCancel Seoul Event Photographer | Peroni Party Walkerhill Hotel - 2013/01/11 - 12:18 PM […] me, or is that everyone? Until tonight my events portfolio had only consisted of a conference, military ceremony and Christmas ball. While there was most certainly a considerable drinking and dancing contingent […]ReplyCancel St George's Day Ball | Green Screen & Photo Booth Seoul - 2013/05/10 - 1:18 PM […] Seoul: I first worked with Captain Brender when he took command of HHC, First Tank 1-72 back in October and have had the pleasure of working with him on every event since. This time […]ReplyCancel Army Photographer | Captain Brender's Outgoing Change of Command - 2013/11/21 - 12:25 AM […] Valley, Korea: Almost exactly one year ago Captain Lance Brender asked me to photograph his incoming change of command parade. From that day forward our friendship grew and I became his go to photographer for army events. […]ReplyCancel Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.