Posts Tagged ‘Judy Licht Photography’

LGBTQ Interns Take to the Hill

Posted: June 16, 2018 by Judy Licht Photography in Capitol Hill, LGBTQ
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The Victory Institute is an organization promoting political leadership in the LGBQT community.  Photographing this year’s Congressional interns in Russell Senate Building, surrounded by marble columns was refreshing during our national political upheaval.  These kids represent the future and each member of this group talked to me in a way that made me believe in government again.  Check out the organization at https://victoryinstitute.org/about/ and to see more photographs, please visit https://judylichtphotography.pixieset.com/mariocapitolhill18/CA8A1389-EditCA8A1282-Edit-EditCA8A1564-EditCA8A1512-EditCA8A1309-EditCA8A1419-EditCA8A1489-EditCA8A1444-EditCA8A1244-EditCA8A1683-EditCA8A1701-EditCA8A1656-EditCA8A1800-EditJudylicht@comcast.net

Jewelry

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 www.melaniechoukas-bradley.com


The curtain is open on the joyous lives of the children who thrive in the loving, nurturing environment at Temple Sinai Nursery School.  Photos of the 150 children, the teachers, staff, and families are online at http://judylichtphotography.pixieset.com/templesinainurseryschoolchildrenandstaff2015/  and http://judylichtphotography.pixieset.com/templesinainurseryschool2015/

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Great shoot this weekend — the first shot was in a neighbor’s garage. I photographed a group of men men involved in a non-profit organization called 3 Sisters whose mission is to raise awareness for families impacted by breast cancer.  The group focuses on providing support groups for men that are casual and offer a relaxed way for men to get together, find solace, and develop friendships with other men and their families dealing with similar issues.  Check out their website — http://www.F3S.org

Here are a few more shots…

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Swing into Fall with a Sunny Portrait

Posted: September 2, 2015 by Judy Licht Photography in Uncategorized
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September and October are great months for portraits.  Cooler, softer light, well-exercised bodies…great time to update your Linkedin and Facebook portraits…and nice for families to get ahead of the holidays and schedule a photo that benefits from the warmer weather.   Contact me at judylicht@comcast.net to discuss scheduling an appointment.

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Loved photographing this family.  Everyone was fun, happy, and playful.  Late summer, early fall is a great time to schedule a family shoot.collage-Edit

Please contact me for times and prices at judlicht@comcast.net