This is part of a photo documentation series for Majer Metal Works. Documenting the life/work at the wood shop, the metal shop and to installation of their projects–visually preserving their essence. I always enjoy working with everyone there. They are incredibly welcoming, professional, and most of all their work is like chocolate; unequivocally delicious with endless possibilities.
This is an oldie, but a goodie. Last night I was cleaning and organizing my Lightroom and found this from March of 2013. It is my first photography session with Majer Metal Works. They were installing a steel reception desk at RE/MAX Sails in Baltimore. I tagged along with them to capture the installation process and the final product. Who know this would be a start of a beautiful relationship.
Creative Foundation and I collaborated on photographing hero images and head shots for Right Source Marketing‘s new upcoming website. We did the photo shoot in two sessions–one in their Virginia office and the other in Maryland. Everyone at Right Source Marketing was professional and friendly, which made the day go fast.
I had a pleasure of photographing Sam Preston’s practice at Good Medicine Acupuncture. I first met her after my ACL/MCL injury. My physical therapy helped in rebuilding the range of motion with my knee, but a year of limping on one side it caused an imbalance within my body. Sam’s acupuncture therapy restored my balance and had a beneficial effect on rebuilding muscle strength on my injured knee. Now I go to her on a regular basis and feel great! Especially her Gua sha–that was amazing after a shoulder injury in the gym.
The staff of Majer Metal Works are one of the finest people one can interact with. Not only were they professional, but personable as well. Photographing their entire staff was a fun experience. After the shoot they all let loose and started to do arco-hammer work.
The shop at Majer Metal Works is where the magic happens, it’s so much fun to be around it.
National Women’s Studies Association wanted one of their big meeting documented at their headquaters in Baltimore. I worked quietly like a ninja photographing their meetings, interactions, and group discussions.
NWSA (National Women’s Studies Association Meeting) recently had their Governing Council Meeting in Baltimore. My assignment was to go in silently take photos of the meeting and some group shots. The only encounter I ran into was the room was filled with 18 people and it was getting hot and I was sweating (oh man was it embarrassing). Mental note: not to wear a white shirt during a shoot in the summer.
I love photographing people, but sometimes it’s a nice break to do food or interior photography. Just the camera, the object (or space) and the tripod. In early June I did a photography project for Rockville Perio PA doing just that.