(Note: I photographed this back in May, 2012) Most of my Education Week work a bit “inside baseball” — which makes it inherently interesting. Education Week is the newspaper of record for public schools, grade K-12 in the United States. Their audience is smart and specific. Stories about policy and programs are the norms. Common […]
Portraits and photos of Michael Phelps Working out from 2009. The 2012 London Olympics will be his last competition before retiring as a world class swimmer.
Nick Borkowicz, (aka Ghostfreehood) the bands Avec, and Attractive and Popular were game for an impromptu “zombie” shoot after their show …at a bar I forgot the name of, Wednesday, July 20, 2005. Nick wanted the photos to use as templates for drawings. That’s why no one
Learning how to groom a lamb is part of the curriculum of the 2005 Baltimore County 4-H Lamb Grant Project. Lisa Wheeler, project leader from Whitehall, right, supervises Juliana Buckman while she trims a lamb’s hoof Wednesday June 22, 2005 at Green’s Lamb farm in Whitehall. The 10am Update is a (somewhat) regular blog feature […]
Members of the Howard County Police Department Command Staff stand by during a memorial service honoring five fallen officers at the Howard County Police Headquarters Wednesday May 18, 2005. The 10am Update is a regular blog feature showcasing some of the better work from my archives.
Mixing liquid nitrogen with boiling soapy water creates an intense, but harmless explosion. A scenic foggy calm ensues, which George Boyer, age 7, is seen playing in. The liquid nitrogen demonstration was part of Johns Hopkins University’s 2nd annual Physics Fair Saturday April 30, 2005, hosted at the Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy. This […]
With tears in his eyes, Matt Porter sits in a squad car under arrest as the suspect in an accidental shooting incident Tuesday September 2, 2003. Porter’s close friend, Rob Brickle, 21, below, a local late night DJ, was taken to the Medical Center of Central Georgia where he later died from his wounds. Porter […]
Third, fourth, and fifth graders from Seventh District Elementary School partake in a popular after school skating program Friday February 11, 2005.
Javoke Terrell, a licensed mortician, arranges services for a mamber of the Knights of St. John, one of the oldest Catholic Fraternal organizations Thursday February 3, 2005. Terrell manages the Randallstown Vaughn Greene funeral home, in addition to two other locations. When I made this frame I was super duper excited. So, I showed it […]
Andrew Nuckolls, age 14, from Towson, catches air from a snow ramp on the side of the Greenwood Board of Education hill during and after snowfall Saturday January 22, 2005. Coming from Georgia, we usually only got icy rain. So, I was super-stoked when the snow was fluffy. The worst part about shooting in the […]
The secret to longevity according to centurian Beryl Hartmann, right, a Harmony Hall resident of three years, is dark chocolate. “I’d like to be embalmed in chocolate.” Ms. Hartmann’s friends from the Owen Brown Senior Center threw a birthday bash for her Saturday December 18, 2004. Can you believe it? 100 years old. I wonder […]
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, […]
A model of the E-2 Bi-Polar train engine passes by a Planters Peanut train car while the reflection of Al Pappadia, age 11, from Ellicott City, is caught in the plexiglass at the Holiday Train Garden on site at the #2 Fire and Rescue Station in Ellicott City Sunday December 11, 2005.
An act of vandalism has damaged the glasses off the James Rouse statue William Duffy (holding the glasses) originally sculpted in 1986. The sculpted frames, which are molded after Rouse’s original pair, have been damaged once before, and will be replaced this time around with a sturdier and heavier design. The 10am Update is a […]
Sara Heubeck, age 3, left, grabs one of the tiny duckpin bowing balls before methodically droping it onto the alley. Reveling in the means, she fails to pay attention to the ends, resulting in 5 or 6 stalled bowling balls mid-lane. Her sister Viviann, right, performs a graceful split in her socks after launching her […]
Al Paglione takes reprise from cooking during the 2006 Eddie Adams Workshop to chomp on a Cuban cigar…This is Al Paglione. He and his son help cook at the Eddie Adams Workshop. Meeting him was pretty great! I was shooting him with my 17-55mm and he was totally jockin’ me about my zoom. He was […]
Saturday, September 26, 2009. My assignment was to shoot the football game. But this kid was too cool to ignore. The 10am Update is a regular feature showcasing some of the best images from my archive.
Jean Tansey stands amid a canopy of trees lining Sycamore Lane she maintains for the Cedacroft community. Her work has impressed the Baltimore Rec and Parks so much that they are using her program as a model. When I was an intern I was a more anit-portrait than I am today. In fact I’m decidedly […]
An ensemble of french horns and bassoons will be competing with jet engines at BWI and last minute shoppers at the Westminster Mall in the coming weeks. Phil Hooks, instructor for the french horns, peers over sheet music and excitedly conducts his pupils at Westminster Baptist Church Sunday December 12, 2004. I love this image. […]
A fox family member sits by the Owings Mills 7-Eleven it frequents on a regular basis I made these images back in 2004, when I was an intern at the Patuxent Publishing Co. I was filling up my car with gas after an assignment, and I looked over and saw a fox. I looked around […]
CAPTION: Tri-legged “capture the pumpkin” teammates Nick Schoch, middle , 13, and Ben Stevick, 15, right, mingle with other classmate who wound up in “jail.” Ben, who has Downs Syndrome is able to play PE games and attend class with his peers because he has been included into normal 8th grade classroom settings at St. […]
A shoe flies through the air during the
The Catonsville Historical Society celebrated this year’s Founder’s Day by historically re-enacting Catonsville during the Civil War at the Townsend House Saturday September 25, 2004. Back in September, 2004, when I shot this, I remember getting peeved at the little girl in the middle for breaking the third wall. All these perfect active layers were […]