As Baltimore feels the ground steadying again after the bomb Ray Lewis dropped on us yesterday (ok we all knew it was coming soon but this year?), we have to get ready to brace ourselves again for this weekend’s playoff game against the Colts. A pep rally is being held tomorrow at Power Plant Live at 6:30. I think your boss will understand if you take Purple Friday to the next level and don eye black to conceal the bags under your teary eyes. This weekend is going to be a roller coaster.
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Sleeping on a bed in his closet to maintain a professional aesthetic in his studio is about the only compromise Baltimore photographer Glenford Nunez will make for his art. “I turn down several paid projects a week because it’s not the people I want to shoot, it’s not my audience, it’s not the people I’m trying to reach out to so I turn them down. When I started I had a very specific goal. I don’t want to do Sears portraits. It’s not my thing.”
Despite jobs coming in from New York and a goal to host a fashion shoot from atop an elephant, Nunez plans to continue working in the401. What Weekly recently sat down with the 24 year old and discussed his upbringing in West Baltimore, keeping his studio in the city, and his plans to get his bedroom out of the closet.
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