I had a great time at this month's Harvest Portrait Pop-Up at Larriland Farm. A big thank you to everyone who joined me, referred me and shared well wishes. This is all new for me, so I truly appreciate the support.
So, what are these portrait pop-ups I speak of? They are mini photoshoot sessions that I've been using as fundraising efforts for important causes. 30% of all proceeds from last month's sunflower pop-up and this month's harvest pop-up have been used to support the ongoing hurricane recovery efforts in the U.S. and abroad with a donation to @habitatforhumanity.
In total, with these few mini sessions, we've been able to donate over $250 to support @habitatforhumanity's efforts. Thank you to my community for making it happen! ❤️
I'm always "down for the cause," so if you're interested in partnering for a cause, let's chat. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reason # 37 to take the water taxi – sunset over the water
I'm starting this morning feeling grateful for having caught this view while waiting for the water taxi to go across Baltimore's Inner Harbor for dinner last night 😊
No filters, no edits, no fancy cameras, just me & my cell phone capturing an unexpectedly beautiful moment 💕💕 What are you grateful for today?
Cheers to Vini - a Maryland dog keeping Maryland grapes safe. #someonesgottadoit 📷 @catoctinbreezevineyard⠀
-- "Vini works from sun up to sun down chasing away deer, ground hogs, rabbits, and other critters that hurt our vines!" #MDinFocus#VisitMaryland @visitfrederickmd
Entangled Orbits at @baltimoremuseumofart , followed by tacos and drinks and surprise @molinapizza with @laurennbell at @rhousebaltimore 💗 We met when she wrote about our shop for @baltmag and it was wonderful to catch up again. ☺️
Sometimes life doesn’t allow for grand travel adventures to exotic, faraway places. Sometimes adventure must be found close to home or maybe by stopping to check something out that catches your eye. I discovered this idyllic place on my way home from West Virginia after visiting my son at WVU. I always wanted to stop and see the Casselman Bridge, so this time I did. After photographing the old stone bridge, I walked across it and stumbled upon Spruce Forest Artisan Village and Little Crossings. I followed the sound of violins playing Hotel California (!) and stopped outside the little white church to listen for a while before continuing to explore. This is one of my best memories of summer ‘17.
@travelzoo @azoresgetaways #contest#azoresadventure
BOPA and the Municipal Art Society of Baltimore City announced the recipient of the second annual Municipal Art Society of Baltimore City Artist Travel Prize @natelarsonphoto, a Baltimore-based contemporary photographer and professor of photography at the @marylandinstitutecollegeofart. Nate will use the $6,000 prize for his project “Centroid Towns,” and facilitate travel to two towns in Indiana to continue his work focusing on issues of immigration, incarceration and their relationship to national identity. (📸: Sean Scheidt, Link in bio)