It’s been a busy season working with Sagamore Spirit! This time, they reached out to shoot their Double Oak whiskey campaign. For this shoot, I was tasked with connecting the brand with a few models and creating a gallery of images with an October/Fall feel. The set for this campaign was at Sagamore Farm in Reisterstown, MD.
These set of images were captured for Monument Realty early in October at one of their latest projects in Baltimore – 225 N Calvert St. Most of us have definitely noticed the new colorful apartment building as it stands out in the middle of the boring brick and concrete structures in Downtown Baltimore. I found it interesting to learn that the bottom concrete floors of this building housed a bank’s office and branch. Monument realized an opportunity to extended upwards, due to it’s sturdy bottom structure, and built a few more floors using a steel structure. As a former Downtown Baltimore resident, I wish I would have had the opportunity to live in this building. The amazing full gym, rooftop swimming pool and multi-floor garage are some of the awesome amenities it has to offer.
Check out a few of my favorite images from the day below.
I met Oneil a little while ago shooting for DCity Style & Design Army. It was the pink issue, no. 12 I believe – you can find him at the bottom right on the spread below. From that point we followed each other on Instagram but that was about it. Fast forward to 2018, we reconnected again on social when I noticed he tends to shoot often in Baltimore! Turns out, he actually lives pretty close to the city so we met up to catch up and shoot a few outfits for his brand collaborations. Check out a few of my favorites below!
Follow Oneil on instagram @thecreativegentleman.
This past September, twelve thousand people of all different ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds joined the festivities of the first ever Charm City Night Market in Baltimore! The festivities included 13 performing artist acts, 25 artists, 25 food vendors, storytellers, and cultural ambassadors - all converging on an historic block of Baltimore’s Chinatown. I am so glad I was able to be part of this tremendous effort in part by Stephanie and her amazing team.
Hit the play button below, and watch a brief recap of the first ever Charm City Night Market.
You can also follow them on Instagram at @charmcitynightmarket.