Posted: January 23, 2018 by Judy Licht Photography in Uncategorized
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Loved starting my week photographing Merrilee Harrigan’s box of jewelry.  A DC glass artist, her work is beautiful   You can read more about her work at http://www.joyofglass.comCA8A4868-Edit

The woods and the ocean are my peaceful places, and less than a few miles from my house, lies Rock Creek Park, where one day I met Melanie Choukas-Bradley, and now I enjoy my walks even more.  Melanie asked me to make a movie for her to show in London.  She is an award winning writer, teacher, and guide, who focuses on how people and nature “interconnect.”   Brad Tehaan, of Whispering Pixels, was our editor and the video was shot on a frigid day this week that Melanie warmed up with her smile, her thoughtfulness, and her love of the woods and wilds.

Melanie’s is the author of  A Year in Rock Creek Park—the Wild, Wooded Heart of Washington, DC, the winner of a 2015 IPPY award and City of Trees, which has been in print for over 30 years.   Her website is


Posted: January 19, 2018 by Judy Licht Photography in Uncategorized

On one of those frigid days, I warmed up to photograph the staff at The Washington Tennis & Education Foundation by shooting some candids.  It is so fascinating to capture different ways people look.  A princess with a floral tiara one minute, a girl finding her “woke” button, the next.



Posted: November 1, 2017 by Judy Licht Photography in Uncategorized

I love how Fred looks like Fred Flintstone and himself at the same time.  These costumes shade but do not obscure the faces under their disguises. More photos at

What a blast!!!

More photographs of Tenleytown festivities are online at


Ring it On

Posted: September 6, 2017 by Judy Licht Photography in Uncategorized

Love Carmen Eliam’s jewelry.   See more at


About Face

Posted: August 28, 2017 by Judy Licht Photography in Brothers & Sisters, Children, Head Shots, Judy Licht Photography, Kids, People, Portraits, toddlers

Cameras are inhibiting, except when you’re posing for a selfie, it can be scary to show who you are and you can be slow to be yourself.

My little friend came into my studio like other cautious clients, revealing himself with his back to me. By the end of the session, he shined as himself, and we both had a ball.CA8A0809-EditCA8A1172-Edit