Business Portraits with an Edge

Business Portraits with an Edge

I pretty much took Ron to all my favorite spots in Baltimore. He wanted an industrial feel with a mix of casual and professional imagery. I think we nailed it.

Calvert School Eighth Grade Graduation

Calvert School Eighth Grade Graduation

I couldn’t help but reminisce back to my own middle school experience as I stood on the precipice of the summer before high school. I somehow felt these kids were way more prepared than I as I listened to their speeches and photographed their awards. The proud smiles, the embarrassed attention, pictures with family and friends. So much excitement packed into a two hour program.

International Monetary Fund

International Monetary Fund

At least twice a year I work for the IMF during their Spring and Annual Meetings. The week of coverage usually consists of 12-16 hour days photographing meetings, speakers, presentations, portraits and events then editing the images on site as quickly as is humanly possible. It is grueling and fast-paced but I enjoy working with their creative team. I’ve become quite the regular, enough so that I now have my own badge and ID number. I can’t post any of the images I’ve taken on assignment for proprietary reasons but here are some behind the scenes shots of my adventures.

Easter Seals Bright Stars

Easter Seals Bright Stars

I spent Valentine’s Day this year with some pretty famous celebrities at a private VIP reception. This magical evening provides an exciting night for children and adults with disabilities, including wounded warrior, active duty military personnel, veterans, and their families. I was just excited to see Mickey.