A warm summer night on Spy Pond Field. A pink sunset. Popcorn. Bubbles. Lots and lots of dogs. And lots and lots of dog videos on the big screen. It can only be Fido Fest. I unintentionally took a month off from Icons of Arlington, but now I'm back, with many dog pictures. People like …
I've lived in Arlington for years, yet somehow have never been to Arlington Porchfest. I finally went. It's pretty nice. More photos and a write-up on Icons of Arlington.
After a little break I'm back with a new post for Icons of Arlington! I was homeschooled, so I've actually never set foot in Ottoson, but I've spent some time in these woods and it sounds like a whole lot of other people have too. An interesting little place.
11 years ago, two women opened a nonprofit resale shop in the Fox branch of the Arlington Library. After an unexpected closure last summer, they re-opened it last week. Read about what happened in my latest post on Icons of Arlington.
Arlington is all about placing large carved stones around to commemorate various events and people, mostly related to war. The majority of them are for the Revolutionary War, but the big column in this picture is in honor of Union soldiers from Arlington who fought in the American Civil War. I wrote about this memorial, …
I've started a documentary photography project about my hometown. (Okay, it's just a glamorized blog, but whatever.) I just uploaded the first post. Take a look if you'd like. The history and culture of Arlington is a niche topic, but I hope I can make it visually interesting enough that anyone can enjoy it.
This was my second year in a row shooting the Arlington International Film Festival. This year there was a reception for "The Typewriter Repairman" in Cambridge Typewriter, the store in which the documentary was shot.
For the last day of my summer internship at ACMi, we replicated a scene from Back to the Future for a crowdsourced remake of that movie.
Earlier this year, ACMi and A-DOG (Arlington Dog Owners Group) put on Arlington's first ever dog film festival. I helped edit together the submissions and staffed the festival, which they held outdoors on a lovely summer night at a field by the Boys and Girls Club.
Toward the end of my summer at Arlington Public News of ACMi, we held did a remote newscast at the Jefferson Cutter House in Arlington Center. I was not feeling so great, so I had to sit out for most of it, but they did a great job without me!