As a Multimedia Producer for the Alray Scholars Program, a non-profit dedicated to helping Boston students return to college to earn their degree, I photographed, filmed and designed layout content around ASP’s scholar and board events, interviews with mentor/scholar pairs, etc. Above is my latest video for the organization.
There are seven USDA-defined food deserts in DC, comprised of 11 neighborhoods. Many more than that struggle with issues of food scarcity, like Washington Highlands in Ward 8. This Ward has the highest rate of diabetes, the second highest rate of obesity and the fewest grocery stores of any Ward in the District. In cramped cities, corner stores often replace full-size grocery stores, providing residents a convenient place to shop. The corner store in Washington Highlands, however, cannot afford to […]
Categories: Photojournalism, Video • Tags: capital area food bank, corcoran college of art and design, dc central kitchen, food access, food deserts, hunger, southeast dc, washington dc, wheeler market
In a rapidly vacating city, street art makes Baltimore beautiful. This video takes a look at an ever more desolate landscape and how street artists are using Baltimore as their canvas. Filmed and produced by Alice Kathryn Richardson, Mary Estes and Gabe Dinsmoor; edited by Mary Estes. Copyright May 20, 2012
Judea Lawton works at Common Good City Farm, a half-acre plot of land in the upper northwest of the District of Columbia. Common Good exists because of the District’s lack of available fresh produce. In cramped cities, corner stores often replace full-size grocery stores, providing residents a convenient place to shop, but they often don’t carry fresh produce. Common Good grows many vegetables on the farm and offers 5 lb. bags of produce to Green Tomorrows participants (local residents who are unemployed). Currently, Lawton is […]
A short about hobbyist Jacquelyn Demediuk and her collection of over 3,000 bears, known locally as “The Bear House.” Copyright December 15, 2011
During my undergraduate career at The University of Michigan, I styled for SHEI magazine, a magazine devoted to pop culture and fashion. As I became more interested in photography I started assisting at photo shoots and eventually shot them on own. I also took many design and fibers classes and developed my own style of costume design. The installation images were created during my senior year at UM for my undergraduate thesis as part of the exhibition Hello: My Name Is. Design, styling, […]