An eerie bowl of fruit. Plus how I lit it.
Photos of George Steinbrenner Field, the New York Yankee’s Spring training facility.
Over the holidays, I went on a road trip with Mom, her husband, Rick, and Grandmommy from Atlanta down to — get this — Treasure Island, Florida! Yup. Such a place exists. And no. it’s not an amusement park. ha! Can you imagine Grandmommy at an amusement park? hahaha! …we did get her on a [...]
I recently realized that I when I listen to music I respond waaaayyy more to the mood a song creates than I do to its lyrics. I always hear how the vocals are sung and never hear what’s being said. Maybe that’s why I like metal? It didn’t take too long for me to understand [...]
I noticed this cool-looking night scene walking around George Washington University last Tuesday, November 8, 2011 with Charlie Shoemaker during FotoWeek DC.
These are photos from a shoot held on the Bryn Mawr School campus in Baltimore, MD, Sunday, June 19, 2011 for The Collective’s “aLIVE” show at the Creative Alliance Fri Aug 26, 8pm. This shoot was a lotta fun and it went exactly how I like em’ to go… a little
Wilde Lake sophomore golfer Tyler Silberberg tied for 11th in the state and is the boys golfer of the year. He is photographed at Hobbits Glen Tuesday, November 30, 2010. Here‘s Brent Kennedy’s season wrap up. In case you’re curious, there are two more photos after the jump.
(photo by Matt Roth) Laurel resident Gabrielle Galvez, with Baltimore Fencing Center of Columbia, won a bronze in the Division 3 Woman’s Epee at the US Fencing Association’s Summer National Championships in Atlanta, GA. Galvez is photographed at BFC Friday, August 20, 2010. This was a really cool shoot for Howard Magazine. It was a [...]
Buck Jabaily, director of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance stands outside the Single Carrot Theater, which he helped co-found 10 years ago. The small performing arts theater is located in Baltimore’s first arts district, Station North, which was also set up ten years ago. I worked on a story for the New York Times a [...]
The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland is using
Atholton graduating senior John Healey was
Left-handed lead off hitter for Lansdowne High School Kelli Pease maintained a .500 batting average during the season. The two-sport junior also played volleyball for the Vikings in the winter. She is photographed at her school’s softball field Friday, June 11, 2010. A little about how this photos was made, for all you nerdy types. [...]
Bryn Mawr graduating senior Paige Hanson played top-level field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse for her school. She chose lacrosse as her collegiate sport of focus. Next year she will play for the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She is photographed at St. Paul’s School Thursday, June 10, 2010.
Glenelg junior Robbie Creese set a
Wilde Lake lacrosse player Beth Glaros scored 85 goals last year and will play for
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 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 [...]
Reservoir’s David Kuper, bottom, lost to River Hill’s Evan Shebel 11-2 during the 140 weight match. Reservoir defeated guest River Hill 42-16 Tuesday, January 5, 2010. Here’s the Howard County Times story. Lesson learned: when the winning team is depicted by one of the kids who lost their match, there’s a good chance the sports [...]
Here’s part one. No no no. that’s not blood. Nick bleeds
The Almshouse in Cockeysville held ground for some Civil War reenactors, Saturday afternoon April 21, 2007. According to Civil War reenactor Ralph Aitkin, from Lewistown, PA, during the Civil War times, embalmers, were members of the upper class and doctors, by trade. They brandished fancy pistols to ward off thievery, and wore expensive hats to [...]