You read that right. Jedi training has begun. Well, it has been going on for a few months now at this point. I'm interning for Kaitlin Newman from the Baltimore Business Journal. When I applied to be a journalism student at Towson University I told her I wanted to pursue a similar path that she … Continue reading Jedi Training 2018!
Tag: street photography
This past week I had the opportunity to interview my friend's mother, Susan. When I decided I wanted to do an interview series on motherhood I immediately wanted to interview her first. She is such a strong and caring person and has raised two amazing daughters, so I had to ask her some questions. So … Continue reading Motherhood: Susan.
Today was the 25th annual Honfest in Hampden. It was my first time going, so I didn't know what to expect. It did not disappoint. The festival started off with some rain. However, that did not keep people from showing up and having a great time at Honfest. Everyone was having such a good time … Continue reading Baltimore Honfest.
The Baltimore Floatilla.
Today was the 3rd annual Baltimore Floatilla. A Floatilla is a gathering of vessels, in this case, kayaks and canoes, to publicly support a cause. In this case, the cause is cleaning up the Harbor. The goal is to come together to support the cleanup of the Harbor and bringing awareness to the environmental restoration … Continue reading The Baltimore Floatilla.
Happy Goth Day!
Today I was able to shoot with my friend Kelley. We braved the traffic to go shoot against some colorful walls near R House in Baltimore. I'm glad we did because we got some awesome shots! We decided on a nice gothy look to celebrate a belated Goth Day. I was even able to bust … Continue reading Happy Goth Day!
The Baltimore Photography Club
Thursday night I ventured out to Baltimore again. This time I was going to attend the Baltimore Photography Clubs weekly meeting. I was invited by a former professor of mine and I couldn't contain my excitement. The club was having a print competition the night I attended and they had a guest speaker/judge Howard Korn. … Continue reading The Baltimore Photography Club
I've recently come across some prisms on Amazon and ordered a few. They are dirt cheap and a pretty good quality so I decided to start using them in some of my shots. Here are a few images that I used prisms in. Hope you like them! I love how using prisms can break up … Continue reading Prisms.
First Day of the Internship.
Today I had the opportunity to work alongside my friend Kaitlin Newman who is a professional photojournalist. Her work is absolutely incredible and it was amazing to see her in action. We photographed Brett at some stunning locations in Baltimore today and I couldn't be happier with the images. I cannot wait to shoot with these … Continue reading First Day of the Internship.
Rocking The Boat
Some of my favorite things to photograph are protests and rallies. Being in the crowd and feeling that energy gives me such a rush that nothing can compare to. Normally I'm too anxious to go to large events, but if I have my camera I can handle it. In fact, I thrive in those conditions! … Continue reading Rocking The Boat
Take It to the Streets.
The past few days I have been editing my butt off since I have so many photos from Light City I wanted to process. While doing this I found my lost external hard drive! I now have a ton of images to sift through and to edit. Here are a few that I've edited so … Continue reading Take It to the Streets.