Julie Botos is a graduate
of Kent State University with a bachelor’s degree
in Photojournalism. She
has worked as a staff
photographer with The Repository since 1998, where she has photographed everything from presidents to rock stars, from births to deaths, from sports to crime and from the bad in people to the amazing in people—all of which she would not change for the world. She is married to Tim and has two daughters, Claire, age 10, and Lily, age 12.
When a reader asked Todd if he knew of the oldest church in Stark County, he dug deep to the find the answer. While out shooting the photo for Ask Todd, Julie Botos was able to capture this beautiful shot inside of the Basilica of St. John the Baptist.
Fall is a beautiful time of year. The mornings are crisp with fog, and the leaves change color and fall to the ground. It’s a perfect time to enjoy the outdoors. Here are some of your favorite moments from this colorful season.
Sad to say, but the cobbler’s children definitely have no shoes at my house — I’m a photographer and have few pictures of my own children. Looking back over those I do have, I found these from an impromptu “photo shoot” on a beautiful fall day.
Our mischievous chocolate Lab puppy, Gracie, can find our shoes in the best of hiding places. Our first reaction is to get frustrated — and in this case, grab a camera — but it is tough to stay mad at her with her tilted head and droopy eyes. She has doubled in size in the four months since this photo was taken. And many shoes later, her picture-perfect puppy-dog eyes still have the exact same effect.
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