You read that right. Jedi training has begun. Well, it has been going on for a few months now at this point. I'm interning for Kaitlin Newman from the Baltimore Business Journal. When I applied to be a journalism student at Towson University I told her I wanted to pursue a similar path that she … Continue reading Jedi Training 2018!
This Saturday I was able to go to Trillectro Festival. My mentor Kaitlin and I met up early that morning and set off for a long day of fun and portrait sessions. The people in attendance had the most amazing style! They looked so cool! When going to a festival, if you want your portrait taken, … Continue reading Trillectro Festival 2k18.
Have you ever set down a memory card and then immediately forget where you set it down? Well, I have, and this time this particular memory card had photos from my recent outing to the Secret Society of Mr.Trashwheel. The event had quite a good turnout to raise money, and awareness for Mr.Trashwheel and all … Continue reading The Secret Society of Mr.Trashwheel.
Today I had the opportunity to photograph the Pride parade in Baltimore. My mentor and I got some great shots, so I'm not going to write too much and just get straight into the images. I hope you enjoy! Can't you just feel the love? This queen was my favorite. YAS! SLAY! I mean seriously, … Continue reading Pride 2018.
This past week I had the opportunity to interview my friend's mother, Susan. When I decided I wanted to do an interview series on motherhood I immediately wanted to interview her first. She is such a strong and caring person and has raised two amazing daughters, so I had to ask her some questions. So … Continue reading Motherhood: Susan.
Today was the 25th annual Honfest in Hampden. It was my first time going, so I didn't know what to expect. It did not disappoint. The festival started off with some rain. However, that did not keep people from showing up and having a great time at Honfest. Everyone was having such a good time … Continue reading Baltimore Honfest.
Today was the 3rd annual Baltimore Floatilla. A Floatilla is a gathering of vessels, in this case, kayaks and canoes, to publicly support a cause. In this case, the cause is cleaning up the Harbor. The goal is to come together to support the cleanup of the Harbor and bringing awareness to the environmental restoration … Continue reading The Baltimore Floatilla.