Category Archives: portraits

Inside Out Baltimore

Inside Out portraits located on Fleet St. in Harbor East, Baltimore, Maryland Photo by Kristin Stith Public Unveiling and Celebration, June 7, 2012, 6 p.m. I am blessed to be part of a global project in Baltimore that aims to … Continue reading

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>Defining Who We Are

>A unique exhibit where words are as important as photos My Defining Ourselves exhibit will soon be in its third showing but this time in Baltimore. For two years, I challenged people to answer the question, “How do you define … Continue reading

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>Smile !

>Yesterday, a few photographers, including me, from Creative Exposure Baltimore volunteered at Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital where we took free portraits of patients and their families. Marc Siegel is shown here taking a picture of a tiny subject. Today’s Sun … Continue reading

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>Defining Ourselves

> Yesterday my “Defining Ourselves” exhibit opened at the 333 Gallery in Annapolis. It will hang for three weeks. In today’s blog I’ve included images of my father and myself, along with our self-definitions. Below that is the talk I … Continue reading

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>Defining Ourselves

>For two years, photographer Bonnie Schupp challenged people to answer the question, “How do you define yourself?” The answer had to be just one sentence beginning with the words, “I am…” Answers were followed by defining portrait photos. She received … Continue reading

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