Photography Photo Story Thurmond Bucklew, 28, ties his apron at the beginning of a training session with a new Caffe Driade employee in the Open Eye Training Room.Bucklew gazes over Caffe Driade during an afternoon when he was shadowing the new hire on his first shift.Bucklew teaches an Espresso 101 workshop for the public in the Open Eye training room.After smelling the grounds of a variety of coffees, Bucklew pours hot water over the grounds to brew them before assessing aromas and tastes during CRR’s weekly cupping process.Bucklew and the CCR Head Roaster skim the surface of the brewed coffees to assess their aromas and tastes during the cupping process.Bucklew shares stories with co-workers during a weekly meeting of the Shift Leaders in the Open Eye training room.Bucklew also manages CCR clients. At the end of Deli Edison’s opening day, he takes apart one grouphead of their new espresso machine to show an employee how to clean it. CCR suggested the restaurant buy this specific machine and helped install it.Bucklew laughs with Chef Dan Obusan of Deli Edison on the opening day of the new restaurant in Chapel Hill, which includes an espresso bar. Bucklew trained the staff at Open Eye and provided support during their first shifts.Bucklew picks up a used cup while cleaning up after an Espresso 101 workshop he taught for the public, another component of his position. Singles Light reflects off of water droplets on a table at Caffe Driade. Janet Trent checks her pinhole camera which she had left to capture scenes at a nearby pond. Parents gather their children to leave Kiwanis Park in Sanford, NC, on an overcast afternoon. Claire Lorch, right, explains different types of carrot seeds to Madison Hoffer. As garden manager of Carolina Community Garden for the past 10 years, Lorch coordinates volunteer efforts. “It helps to delegate so then I can kind of just make sure everyone is busy doing something useful,” Lorch said. Coffee apparatus gleams in the training room of Open Eye cafe after an Espresso 101 workshop for the public. Bucklew takes notes on the coffees’ aromas and tastes as part of the cupping process in the Caffe Driade roasting space. Patrons at Caffe Driade sit in the heated screened-in porch on a November morning. Yentl Leemans, a senior midfielder, passes the ball during the second round of the NCAA tournament, which UNC won. Sarah Paschal, a first year double major in statistics and computer science, performs the leap frog jump at a practice for Club Jump Rope. “It takes a lot. It’s not just jumping the ropes, you really have to think about coordination,” Paschal said.