This year’s Exposed DC Crystal City Fotowalk Underground Exhibition features 13 local photographers, including me. I contributed a 12 photograph series focusing on isolation and self identity. Modernism as a movement interested me because of its take on the isolated individual in the industrial world. My favorite modernist was Franz Kafka, with his characters often alienated and trapped alone in […]

Havana was a visual paradise as my early photos for Cuba: Seven in 10 show!

I’m thrilled to announce my next book, where I will be one of seven contributors. The book will be called Cuba: Seven in 10. Seven Washington, DC photographers journey together to Cuba and capture their perspective on the Caribbean island in 10 photos each.

I just published a gallery of my best Washington, DC photos. Here is a sneak peak.

Washington July 4th Fireworks Celebration: Rain had its impact with a moody atmosphere! #360 of the 365 Full Frame Project!

At Nationals Park in Washington, DC.

Arlington Memorial Bridge: From DC to Arlington National Cemetery.

Crossing the C&O canal in Georgetown, Washington, DC.

The Key Bridge in scenic Georgetown.

The Hotel Monaco in Washington, DC features two identical gorgeous spiral staircases. This is the bottom up perspective of the stairway.

The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts is the last of the “national” buildings on the Potomac River before Georgetown.

This interpretation of the nativity scene was taken at the National Harbor Ice Show. Hope you had a Merry Christmas.

The Old Executive Office Building in Washington, DC during a foggy night before Christmas.

The National Menorah, a ‪#‎365ff‬ tribute for the last day of Hanukkah. Enjoy it, kids.

You can take one of these photos, download it, and then use the image in Canva (a free image creation app) to send a personalized holiday card to your friends.

Union Station is one of the most beautiful buildings in DC. Here is its facade adorned with Christmas wreaths.

The Mayflower Hotel is one of Washington’s most historic sites, filled with gorgeous chandeliers and posh lounges. It also boasts beautiful holiday decorations. Here is an example.

It is literally 12 blocks to the Washington Monument from this vantage point, 3rd street, right in front of the U.S. Capitol Building.

A photo taken from the parking deck at Union Station of Third Street and the tracks beyond.

The Lincoln Memorial on a foggy night.

It’s been a long time since Washington, DC has seen a baseball penant.

395 moves through Alexandria and Arlington into Washington, DC. The last stop in Virginia on this major highway is the Pentagon. Here is a night view of 395 and the Pentagon from Ridge Road.

The Super Moon rose over Washington, DC last night. Here’s a picture of it next to the top of the Washington Monument.

Light shapes everything that happens with a camera. It is the paint that makes the portrait.

A DC-area Starbucks is overloaded with furloughed feds talking smack about the shutdown. The entrances to the Mount Vernon Bike Trail near your house — maintained as part of the George Washington Parkway by the National Park Service — is barricaded. You can’t visit any national monuments on the mall. Rush hour is slackened to a reasonable slog, but unusually […]

Many of you know I volunteer as a weekly blog writer and social media advisor for Live Earth. But my commitment will go farther this Spring as I participate in the Live Earth Run for Water on April 18. No small commitment from me, because though I am a gym rat and partake in cardio five times a week, I […]

Updated November 9, 2009 It’s with great pleasure that I am joining Allyson Kapin and Shireen Mitchell in organizing the first ever NonProfit 2.0 Unconference.  The Friday, February 12 event will be held somewhere in Washington, DC. What better way to kick off Valentine’s Day Weekend then with some love for our society and the people trying to improve it. […]