Georgetown in Bloom

Today I had a photo shoot with independent filmmaker Ebony Brown in Georgetown, DC. Ebony Brown will be graduating with her MA in Film and Video from American University this spring. For a spring time shoot, Georgetown is the perfect place.

Every spring, I find myself in Georgetown.  My interest in the neighborhood has nothing to do with the retail shops or boutiques that Georgetown is so famous for. I skip the shops, and find my way around the old cobblestone streets, the colonial architecture and the flowers that bloom around April. It's my secret little hiding place. Here is a sneak peak at one of the photos from  Ebony's shoot today.


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