“Hotloading” is Joe Bugleowicz’s photographic memoir of nearly a year driving a tourist bus in Alaska. It’s really good & super quirky. All the photos in the newspaper were made with a film point & shoot & printed by Newspaper Club.
The El Mateo! Luchador mask courtesy of the limited edition “Weird Sports” book by Sol Neelman.
BOY! Doesn’t this post’s title sound cocky!? All that means is Jen Rynda replaced me at the Patuxent Publishing Company when I quit last December. And In case you’re curious, she’s doing a great job. She’s also putting a fresh new face on the Athletes of the Year photos — which, I suppose if I [...]
Flag-laden Simon Penning, age 19, from Guilford, MD, middle, joins other Preakness-goers and uses the cracks in between the the wheelchair accessible portable toilets to urinate. Infrequent rains, beer, and urine, made this particular part of the infield muddier and more pungent than other areas. Blake Andrews recently made a really good and insightful (well, [...]
The Strobist, David Hobby.
For the last four years I’ve spent Christmas Day with my girlfriend Jess and her family. And it’s soooo weird to me. You see, I’m an only child. And I was raised by a single mom. …and, to an extent, my grandparents. For a while, my mom and I actually lived with grandparents and my [...]
Holy Smokes. You guys see that gigantic visitor’s spike in my google analytics dashboard? That was on the day David Hobby, aka The Strobist, pimped me out on twitter. …his handle is @strobist for those reading this post who didn’t find me through him. 1,835! that’s how many people checked out my blog July 15th, [...]
Sometimes photographing another photographer can be intimidating. …sometimes it can be annoying. But I felt neither emotion when I got to photograph David Hobby last week. It was
Brad Trent is super bad ass. Giving Credit to where credit is due, The Strobist recently pimped him out, discussing his regularly practiced fourth-wall-breaking “Artificial Portraits” series. So, that’s where I heard about him. Now… I’m a big fan. and I LOOOOOOVE his wackadoo style. It seems like Mr. Trent just likes to have fun. [...]
A new playground for the abused and neglected children of The Ravens Courage House had an opening ceremony Friday January 20, 2005. For the children’s safety none of them are to be identified in the photo. So, what do you do when you can’t show faces? — thank your lucky stars for the sun location, [...]
I know this sounds like I’m bragging — and well, I guess I am a little, but not in a cocky way. It’s more like a “super excited” kind of bragging. I did really well in the recently judged September clip contest. The monthly clip contest doesn’t really go in order. December’s already been judged, [...]
After the jump are more photos of some of The Collective dancers shot for their SHORTS promo post card. The Collective presents SHORTS Friday, January 15, 2010 8:00pm at the Creative Alliance. $15/general admission $12/students, seniors, and CA members Here’s the press release: The Collective, named Baltimore’s Best Dance Company for 2008 and 2009 by [...]
Pouya and I rescued a toy poodle from the treachery
There are a bunch more photos from my trip to Atlanta below the fold…
Noah Devereaux and David Walter Banks. Matt Eich made
I’m licking the ball. Howard Magazine Creative Director Michelle Moy, is in the upper left. Bryan Young, the magazine’s designer is next to her. And fellow Patuxent staffer Drew Anthony Smith is to the right. Who took
Warren Klauschus and Martie Browning pose for an illustration for the Best Of Howard County Best Golf Course winner, Hobbit’s Glen Tuesday, September 29, 2009.
Katkow Dentistry won Best Dental Practice of Howard County for 2009. The business is run by Eric Katkow, not in the picture, and his son Larry Katkow, seen posing with his daughter Emmy Friday, October 2, 2009.
Ken Griffin was voted the 2009 Best Plumber in Howard County. He is photographed at a bathroom in his office in Dayton, MD Thursday, October 8, 2009.
That’s her name… Meta Gary. She’s a really cool painter.