Feb 3 2010

CP Boxing – 01.25.2010

Fort Washington, Maryland — This was a really cool shoot at Old School Boxing, located in the basement of Rosecroft Raceway.  The thing that got me was, from the outside, you’d never know it was there.  I went back and forth down Rosecroft Drive thinking I had missed it.  Lucky for me Cyprian answers his cell phone!  The gym is a very authentic boxing gym with, you guessed it, that old school atmosphere.  Inside, dozens of sweaty, yet welcoming faces greeted me as I entered the gym.  The smell reminded me of the wrestling rooms back in high school.  Weathered boxing gloves and old speed bags line the ceiling, while posters of boxing legends hang immortalized on the walls.  I’ll definitely make another run back there and shoot around.

    Client: Cyprian (CP Boxing)
    Location: Old School Boxing (Rosecroft Raceway), 6336 Rosecroft Drive, Fort Washington, MD, 20744-1921

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Jan 14 2010

Product Photoshoot: Third Eye Earth — 12.12.2009

ROCKVILLE, Maryland

    Client: Tony Cavasilios
    Company: Third Eye Earth
    Product: Organic clothing (t-shirts)

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Nov 25 2009

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May 25 2009

Rose & Rob eSession

WASHINGTON, DC — Rob and Rose are two of my closest friends.  I’ve known Rose since we were in children’s worship service; we also got baptised on the same day back in 1992.  I met Rob when he got stationed here.  We ended up getting an investment property in Burtonsville back in 2004.  Did I mention he taught me how to snowboard?  I’m forever indebted.

Before Rob got stationed Okinawa and Cuba, he got the opportunity to spend time with Rose in Washington, DC and a couple other venues.  The two kept in contact with each other through email and Facebook and decided that they were right for each other.

So here we are again, full circle in Washington, DC to grab some frames.  It was a hot, yet pleasant day in our Nation’s Capital.  Take a look:

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Jan 18 2009

Obama Fever

WASHINGTON, DC — Can you imagine the hype and hysteria in the DC Metro errea, I mean, area right now?!  Only a trip down to DC can give you a true sense of things to come.  It was only Saturday and the Metro and DC Mall crowds are a sight to see.  Honestly, I don’t know how people will manage to get down there on Tuesday, let alone egress from the Mall.  I probably won’t make the trip down on Tuesday despite the obvious historical significance.  It’s just gonna be nuts!  I’m not the only who feels that way either.  My close family friends from Atlanta made a trip up here just for the Inauguration only to find out the magnitude of expected attendees; well over two million people.  Yeah, nuts!

We just decided to use Saturday as “I’ve Been There” day and use Tuesday to celebrate from the warm, toasty comfort of our homes.  If Tuesday’s weather is anything like this evening’s painfully freezing weather, then I say more power to Beyonce and friends; I hope you bundle up nicely.  We weren’t going away empty-handed, however.  Metro cards–the paper variety–are available from the Metro card kiosks as are the special edition Metro-issued DC maps.  That’s the most authentic and genuine Inauguration memorabilia you can get.  Here’s some shots from tonight: