The Calvert Marine Museum staff did an amazing job on the instillation of their new 'Working the Water' exhibit. This exhibit will be on display at the museum through December of 2019. Stay tuned for more information about the opening reception and book signing at the museum on May 3rd.
Thanks to Terry Plowman and the staff at Delaware Beach Life magazine for submitting my work into the Delaware Press Association's 2018 Communications Contest. 'A Hard-Shell Life' was awarded first place in the Photographer-Writer category. The photo-essay highlighted the commercial fisheries for Blue Crabs, Oysters, Striped Bass, Horseshoe Crabs and Whelk in the Delaware Bay.
Chesapeake Bay photographer Jay Fleming has taken stunning— and haunting— pictures of the Bay’s smallest communities. He’s been given rare intimate access to Smith and Tangier Islands, shedding light on the rising water and shrinking land that threaten the residents of those islands.
At Annapolis Maritime Museum’s Winter Lecture Series on February 7th, 2019. Hundreds of people turned out to hear Fleming’s insider perspective, and to see his stunning photos.
Fleming, who is also a contributing photographer to Chesapeake Bay Magazine, shares what drives his projects with Bay Bulletin’s Cheryl Costello.