While out gill netting for spot in Tangier Sound on Friday July 21st, 10 species of fish were caught. Diverse catches are not uncommon in the summer on the Chesapeake Bay, as water temperatures warm, migratory fish come into the bay from the Atlantic Ocean to feed and reproduce.
Below are the dates for my 2018 photography workshops on Smith Island. Contact me to reserve your space, they are already starting to fill up!
June 8-10 (SOLD OUT)
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Select photographs from Working the Water are on display at the Annapolis Maritime Museum until September 20th, 2017. Prints are available for sale and a portion of proceeds benefit the Museum.
Photographs of guests at the opening reception, held on July 13th, 2017. Thank you to the Museum for hosting the event and the generous sponsors for providing the food and drink.
I had the opportunity to present U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen with a copy of 'Working the Water' for the conference room decorated with prints from the book. It was great being able to talk with him about the Bay's seafood industry and share stories from the book. Senator Van Hollen is optimistic about the future of Maryland seafood, just like his predecessor U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski.