Rome – The Eternal City, Part 1

This year’s Thanksgiving was a bit unconventional. It was not spent inside around the fire surrounded by family watching football while eating turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes. This year I was in Rome,… Continue reading

Uganda work featured for World Prematurity Day

Several of the photographs I produced while shooting newborn health projects in Uganda in August and September for Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives program were featured as part of the second annual World… Continue reading

My Maryland – White’s Ferry

White’s Ferry has stood the test of time. According to officials in Poolesville, the ferry, which began operation in 1817, is the last of 100 ferries that operated on the Potomac River. It… Continue reading

Reflections on Paris, part II

In my mind, Paris is a city that looks just as spectacular in color as in black and white. The light, people and buildings all have their own feel in both color mediums.… Continue reading

Reflections on Paris

Though I’ve taken a few weeks off from posting Maryland photos, I’ve done it for a good reason. I recently spent a week in Paris and am currently working in East Africa. Despite all… Continue reading

My Maryland – Sideling Hill

When driving across Interstate 68 in Washington County, the Sideling Hill Road Cut is a landmark that’s hard to miss. Interstate 68 spans over 112 miles through West Virginia and Maryland, terminating at Hancock,… Continue reading

My Maryland – Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Nothing says summer like baseball. The sounds of vendors selling beer and pretzels, the smell of barbecue filling the air and families enjoying America’s pastime together as the sun sets over a beautiful… Continue reading

My Maryland – Civil War Reenactment

For the eighth straight year Civil War reenactors arrived at Rose Hill Manor Park in Frederick for the annual encampment and battle reenactment. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the 1862 Maryland… Continue reading

My Maryland – Cumberland Extras

As I mentioned in the last post, I wasn’t able to spend all that much time in Cumberland during my recent stop. I only captured a small little sliver of what Cumberland is… Continue reading

My Maryland – Western Maryland Scenic Railroad at Cumberland

When deciding to make the drive home from Rockville to Pittsburgh last weekend to visit family I knew I wanted to try and stop along the way to see what I could find… Continue reading