September 14, 2010 · 1:36 pm
attempting to revive the oyster population.
tred avon river oyster sanctuary — oxford, md.
a few weeks ago i had the opportunity to learn more about chesapeake bay oysters, while on assignment for maryland life magazine. they are running an article on marylanders grow oysters, a project that aims to foster a diverse oyster reef through community action. i spent the morning with chris judy from the maryland department of natural resources as he collected oysters grown by oxford residents in the tred avon river. 150+ volunteer oyster growers tended nearly 900 cages, yeilding approximately 250,000 oysters.
i also visited the horn point oyster hatchery at the university of maryland center for environmental science to document their production of oyster spat for research, restoration, and educational projects. i thoroughly enjoyed learning about these programs and the process, and im very excited to read the article when it is published!
horn point oyster hatchery ::
November 25, 2009 · 1:37 pm
the women responsible for making me a better twitterer.
mary mccarthy + jennifer gerlock – 49 west, annapolis, md.
last week i met up with two fabulous + funny women – mary mccarthy + jennifer gerlock – for a quick shoot for maryland life magazine! the article spotlights moms who blog + tweet and these witty women are bloggers (and mamas!) extraordinaire – check them out!
mary :: www.pajamasandcoffee.com :: twitter.com/marymac
jennifer :: www.hipasiwannabe.com :: twitter.com/mammamania
and stay tuned for the article in maryland life!
June 26, 2009 · 11:06 am
hello from southern maryland! for the past two days i have been photographing a feature story for maryland life magazine – a nice change of pace and a great opportunity to explore this serene and scenic region. i’ve determined that historic st. mary’s is the perfect microcosm of ideal maryland life – enjoy!