Grace under pressure

I did a shoot for Mother Seton Academy, which is a tuition-free private middle school in Baltimore serving urban students.  I’m always surprised at how I can create images I’m really happy with while under pressure.  The scheduling on this particular shoot was really tight, and we were really beat at the end of the […]

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Friday Roundup – Tracey does students too?

Yes, I know that most of the work I’ve been doing has been either medically oriented or architectural.  But, did you know my first commercial photography job was working for a college?  I worked for Towson University, photographing for things like their alumni magazine, prospectus, and the like.  I really like working at colleges and […]

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Celebrating Black History Month

To me, celebrating Black History month is not just about looking at historical figures, but at the results of that history.  History doesn’t exist in a vacuum, but rather affects the direction of events for years to come.  We’ve come so far in just over 40 years…many of the people I photograph, people who are […]

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Education is the key to our future

[slideshow][slideshow]I always like working for schools and universities.  These are places of hope, places to look forward to the future.  I really enjoyed my latest shoot where I photographed student profiles for the various colleges at a university I do work for.  It’s always great to meet the people who will be the doctors, nurses, […]

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Turning 9/11 into a positive day

Some people might think that having a family fair on 9/11 might be bad timing.  But I think it’s a great idea.  My client held their first ever “A family a fair” to raise money for their therapeutic pool for their work with people with disabilities.  To me, it’s great to remember that day 9 […]

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Back to School night!

Another shoot that makes me really like my job.  Tonight was “Back to school night” at George Washington Elementary school in Pigtown and my client was holding “Back to school” activities.  My job was to photograph kids dressed up as doctors, dentists, pharmacists, lawyers, and other professions their school teaches.  This was too cute!!  I’d […]

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