I had a fun shoot at Clark Machine in Baltimore the other day. They wanted some headshots for a website revamp, but they didn't want their photos to look stiff and corporate. These guys are not pushing pencils-- they're doing stuff like fabricating sections for the Chesapeake Bay Bridge!

So instead of photographing everyone against a studio backdrop, we worked outside at their Baltimore City shop with heavy equipment in the background. Unfortunately, one of their employees wasn't able to make it the day of those shoot, and we were working in December with few decent weather days for a …

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Every year I do lots of medical residency photos. This is one of my favorite headshot assignments, mainly because of all the free advice. "Could you turn slightly to the left? Oh, and I've been having this stabbing pain in my right knee..."

In all seriousness, I love chatting with the brilliant and ambitious young doctors who come through from places like Hopkins and the University of Maryland. And helping them match with the residency of their dreams, even in a tiny way, is also very nice.

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Earlier this year (before "the 'rona" took over our lives) I had a fantastic photo shoot with the folks at Knowledge to Practice. K2P helps our docs stay current on the latest medical training and research (For example, did you know that gargling with bleach is not actually good for respiratory tract infections? Nor sadly is vodka.)

They were a really nice bunch of folks to work with and I was very happy with their headshots. After the portraits, I photographed their team in action to give them some extra imagery for their webpage.

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This post is all about the Baltimore Creative Slideshow, an event I host a few times a year for creatives to hang out and share work. Skip to the bottom if you just want the details and don’t want to hear my life story! To sign up for the mailing list to learn about upcoming events, please go to this link: Signup Form.

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It's not often that I get offered a beer at a headshot shoot, especially not at 10am, but Kittelson and Associates is an exceptionally friendly place. The company is based in Portland and has translated their kind Pacific Northwest vibe to Baltimore. My job was to take some portraits to match the existing style for their offices all over the country.

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