Shaw football kicker shows keen interest in photography, video and editing –
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — On Saturdays, Shaw University kicker Devin Versteegen focuses on the uprights hitting point-after attempts and field goals for the Bears football team.
When he’s not on the field he’s focusing his camera lens on everything from cars, to landscapes and even his teammates.
Chris Clark caught up with the Rolesville native to see where his interest in photography, video and editing started and where it might take him.
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