Portrait Scheduling Calendar
Please take a look at the calendar below to check for open portrait sessions. You are looking for entries that say "Available" followed by the location (for example, Studio or Cylburn Arboretum). Entries which have a name in them or say "booked" are no longer available.
Please arrive to your session on time or even a bit early, especially on busy weekend shoot days. You can wear either formal or casual clothing, though I do suggest that you avoid bright whites, loud patterns and text (yes, even if the Ravens are playing today!) The idea is to keep the attention on your faces, not the clothing.
Location Information and Directions
Studio Hun is located in a large brick mill building, formerly used to make sailcloth and now full of painters, architects, woodwookers, photographers and others who enjoy the bohemian feel and large open spaces. Please pay attention to the directions here. Using your GPS alone will probably get you a bit lost as the studio address is for an entire industrial area, not just one building. The studio is also near a back entrance to Druid Hill Park, where we can spend part of your session photographing among the trees.
Cylburn Arboretum is a large and beautiful oasis of forest and gardens located in the heart of Baltimore City. The location offers a multitude of fantastic spots for location photography whenever the weather permits. For sessions at Cylburn please meet in front of the stone and glass building next to the visitor parking lot. Directions to Cylburn here.
Sherwood Gardens is a charming Baltimore City park maintained by the fine people of the Guilford Neighborhood and particularly good for spring photo-sessions when the 80,000 tulip bulbs are blooming and numerous cherry trees blossoming. For sessions at Sherwood please meet near the corner of Greenway and Stratford (near where the star is on the map here.)
The Baltimore Street Car Museum is the meeting place for nearby sessions on Fallsway. This area is more industrial and gritty than my other locations. Instead of flowers and trees, here you get rusting train tracks and graffitti covered walls. For these sessions please meet in front of the museum, directions here.