Archive for the ‘Sports’ Category

What A Team!!!

Posted: May 17, 2013 by Judy Licht Photography in Children, General, People, Sports, Teens

0001_CA8A0526-EditWilson High’s Varsity Four Man Boat was smoking on the Schuylkill River today.  They were 9th out of 56 boats in the time trials!!!!  Super impressive.  Now they’re resting up for the semi-finals tomorrow.  Go Tigers!

Pull Hard, Tigers!

Posted: May 14, 2013 by Judy Licht Photography in Children, General, People, Sports, Teens


It pays to get up before dawn to photograph crew.  Love these Wilson rowers!

A People Person

Posted: March 15, 2013 by Judy Licht Photography in Children, People, Portraits, Sports

The other day, I met Matt at his house as he was finishing lunch. His house was filled with campaign workers and friends inputting data on computers. We drove around the corner to photograph four friends of Matt’s wife Lena, who are very excited about supporting his council race. Matt sat down in a chair in the sunroom in the midst of the group, and while it was a modeled shoot — there was nothing phony about the conversation. Matt is a great listener, engaging and entertaining, and though the session was about him, at each shoot he focused more on the real-life people he was talking to than he did on the camera. A politician who can multi-task while the spotlight is on him. Pretty impressive.


Teens Living with Cancer

Posted: June 13, 2012 by Judy Licht Photography in Children, General, Portraits, Sports, Teens

When teens are fighting to overcome the challenges of cancer, it’s hard to find the time, energy, or motivation to exercise.  Teens Living With Cancer (TLC) is a national organization, based in Rochester, NY, that has organized a fitness program, geared to young people struggling to get well.  The goal of the program is to build confidence and physical strength and well-being.  The program is expanding to the DC area this fall.

One afternoon, a group of kids met me at the Bethesda YMCA.  Trainer Nola Murphy brought exercise equipment and moved the kids through some fun activities.  For me, it was great to capture smiles and laughter as they mugged for the camera.  For them and their moms, our hour together was a respite from the rigors of doctors’ visits and listless days recovering from treatment.  For more information, TLC is online at