Wednesday, November 30, 2016
I got an exciting message out of the blue a few weeks ago. Dudley Brooks, photo editor at the Washington Post Magazine, reached out to me wanting to publish some of the photos from my Hampden Alley Portrait Project. The story ran as two double page spreads along with a short text I wrote
Sunday, November 20, 2016
The photo above muchs sums up Kara and Alvin's wedding, where tears of joy were bubbling under the surface much of the time. The entire wedding was held at the beautiful and historic Belvedere in Baltimore, with a ceremony in the Palm Room and a reception on the 13th Floor. Between the
Monday, November 14, 2016
At some weddings, my greatest challenge as a photographer is not taking pictures. It is resisting the urge to chomp down on some Argentinian steak, do a shot with Terry and run whooping onto the dance floor. (In other words, Jeff and Ally's wedding was incredibly fun!)
The day started at
Friday, October 14, 2016
I'll admit that photographing speakers at a podium is not always the most exciting job. Often you get the guy with the deadly PowerPoint: "Here on page 77 of the new tax regulations, we see a slight improveme...ZZZZZZZZZZ."
This was not the case when I covered the Campaign for America's
Sunday, October 09, 2016
Kelsey and Jeremy had a blast of a wedding day at locations all over Baltimore!
I started out shooting some getting ready photos of the ladies at the Indigo Hotel while Karen snapped the guys down in Locust Point. As soon as I walked in the door, I felt the fun energy and knew it was going