Thanks for Publishing my photos, in 6 Unexpected Pride Parades Worth Traveling For | Here Magazine

Thanks for Publishing my photos, in 6 Unexpected Pride Parades Worth Traveling For | Here Magazine

Thank you for publishing my photographs, @TheHereMagazine. I of course don’t think any of these places are unexpected, they are beautiful by nature, as is equality and the ability to the authentic human you are. Happy Pride. This year marks 50 since the Stonewall Uprising, the fateful night a handful of LGBTQ+ New Yorkers took …

Thanks for Publishing my Photograph, PoPville, in “Bowser Administration Asks Residents to Provide Feedback on DC Values”

Thanks for Publishing my Photograph, PoPville, in “Bowser Administration Asks Residents to Provide Feedback on DC Values”

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @PopVille. It’s of the awesome @BatalaDC at this year’s Washington, DC @FunkParade. #DCValues are being the most inclusive city in the 🌎, along with a lot of other wonderful things. Additional photos from the Funk Parade are below, enjoy. Photo by PoPville flickr user Ted EytanFrom a press release:”Over the …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo of the 2019 Vermont Avenue Garden Blooms Party, PoPville, in  “Best places to volunteer?”

Thanks for Publishing my Photo of the 2019 Vermont Avenue Garden Blooms Party, PoPville, in  “Best places to volunteer?”

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @Popville, in this post. It’s of the 2019 Vermont Avenue Garden Blooms (and Work) Party. The answer to the question in the title of course, is “there are many, this is Washington, DC.” Additional photos from Vermont Avenue are below. Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? With Frank Smith, PhD, visionary Executive …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Go Home Already | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Go Home Already | DCist

Thank you for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It’s of a beautiful dusk view of Georgetown, as taken from @kencen. We were there to celebrate the beautiful voice of Tiffany Lynn Royster, and the future in general. It’s what we do in Washington. Additional photos below, enjoy. Plus, area activists are bailing out black mothers before …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in A ‘Modest Yet Adequate’ Living For A Family In The D.C. Area? $105,539 | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in A 'Modest Yet Adequate' Living For A Family In The D.C. Area? $105,539 | DCist

Thanks for publishing my photograph, in this piece, @DCist, written by @ellywyu. Interestingly, this is the same piece syndicated from @WAMU885 (see Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in A Family Needs To Make $105,539 A Year To Live ‘Modestly’ In The D.C. Region | WAMU), instead of choosing a capitol dome view, this is a …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in A Family Needs To Make $105,539 A Year To Live ‘Modestly’ In The D.C. Region | WAMU

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in A Family Needs To Make $105,539 A Year To Live 'Modestly' In The D.C. Region | WAMU

Thanks for publishing my photograph in this piece on affordability in Washington, DC, @WAMU885, in this piece by @ellywyu. The photograph was taken several cameras ago, several large real estate projects ago, in Washington, DC. That doesn’t include things like student loan debt, saving for retirement, or college funds either. Source: A Family Needs To …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in The first ever London Trans Pride will take place later this year | GayTimes Magazine UK

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in The first ever London Trans Pride will take place later this year | GayTimes Magazine UK

Thank you for publishing my photo @GayTimesMag, and for the great news that London will have its first ever Trans Pride. For the first time ever, the UK’s capital city will hold a day of celebration for trans, non-binary, intersex, and gender non-conforming individuals – as well as their family, friends and allies – in …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Morning Roundup | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Morning Roundup | DCist

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It was taken near Farragut Square, of a probably LEED-designated building, by the way it’s laid out. Here are a few additional views for your enjoyment. Make sure every day matters. Plus, a new boss at Clyde’s, whether recreation dispensaries would increase housing prices, and more news. Source: Morning …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Trends in federal employment in D.C. – D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Trends in federal employment in D.C. - D.C. Policy Center

Thanks again for publishing my photograph, @DCPolicyCenter, in this excellent analysis. It notes: By our calculations, federal workers now account for a quarter of D.C.’s employment base, down from about a third as recently as the mid-1990s.Source: Trends in federal employment in D.C. – D.C. Policy Center Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? The evolving federal workforce …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in 16 Things To Do Around D.C. This Week | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in 16 Things To Do Around D.C. This Week | DCist

Thank you for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It’s of the iconic Howard Theatre (@HowardTheatre), taken at dawn, using a cell phone camera. Sometimes you don’t need expensive glass to see the beauty. Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? DCist covers news, city politics, arts, events, culture, and curiosities in Washington, D.C. The site is owned by WAMU …

Thanks for Publishing my Photograph, in Under New Leadership, The Funk Parade Is Returning In May | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photograph, in Under New Leadership, The Funk Parade Is Returning In May | DCist

Thank you for including my photograph in this piece, @DCist. It’s of the DC @FunkParade, which happens every year in the U Street corridor. Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? DCist covers news, city politics, arts, events, culture, and curiosities in Washington, D.C. The site is owned by WAMU 88.5. Source: Under New Leadership, The Funk Parade …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Could “build higher” untangle a thorny Shaw school controversy? – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Could “build higher” untangle a thorny Shaw school controversy? – Greater Greater Washington

Thank you for publishing my photograph, @ggwash, in this in depth piece, which I will not try to summarize in this post. I recall I took this photograph when I was first learning photoshop. Here’s what I created with it, how did I do (no endorsement of any candidate implied)? Two groups of DC school …

Thanks for Publishing my Photos, in How can D.C. make bikesharing family-friendly? – D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for Publishing my Photos, in How can D.C. make bikesharing family-friendly? - D.C. Policy Center

Thanks for publishing my photos, @DCPolicyCenter (and syndicated to @ggwash) in another excellent analysis involving data, insights, active transportation, and Washington, DC – many of my favorite things 🙂 . D.C. is still a pioneer in bikesharing, but more must be done for it to be a part of local families’ car-free transportation options. Source: …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in What These 2020 Candidates’ DC Neighborhoods Tell Us About Them | Washingtonian

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in What These 2020 Candidates' DC Neighborhoods Tell Us About Them | Washingtonian

Thanks (again) for publishing one of my photographs, @Washingtonian. This one was taken in the Ivy City Neighborhood of Washington, DC (of course) Here’s a more recent one of the same landmark, taken at the @CapitalPrideDC annual reveal event. Equality Equals Health 🙂 . Mostly, that they want to live near work. But let’s dig …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Do aspartame and artificial sweeteners help or hinder weight loss? – Cancer Research UK Science blog (and how a “Meat:NO” policy is often a “Diabetes:YES” policy in the work environment)

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Do aspartame and artificial sweeteners help or hinder weight loss? - Cancer Research UK  Science blog (and how a "Meat:NO" policy is often a "Diabetes:YES" policy in the work environment)

Thanks for selecting my photo, Cancer Research UK (@CR_UK), to illustrate this piece on the health effects of artificial sweeteners (hint, they are not positive, more info below). I normally wouldn’t write a post about a post showcasing a photo of sugar sweetened beverages that I’ve taken, however in this case, the photo has special …

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in Testimony of Executive Director Yesim Sayin Taylor on the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs – D.C. Policy Center

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in Testimony of Executive Director Yesim Sayin Taylor on the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs - D.C. Policy Center

Thank you (again) @DCPolicyCenter for using one of my photographs in your post, linked to below, containing another excellent analysis of the lesser-known economic impact of consumer affairs, specifically licensing. It’s a good read. Testimony of Executive Director Yesim Sayin Taylor on the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs – D.C. Policy Center Source: Testimony …

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in D.C. Will Offer Financial Help For Immigrants Applying For Citizenship | DCist

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in D.C. Will Offer Financial Help For Immigrants Applying For Citizenship | DCist

Thank you for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It was taken in 2017 at a community dialogue around TravelBan 2.0. I appreciate the ability to capture images of our time in our nation’s capital. ✌️ The fund will provide each person with up to $725 to help offset the costs of applying for citizenship. Source: D.C. …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in 14 Things To Do Around D.C. This Week | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in 14 Things To Do Around D.C. This Week | DCist

Thank you for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It was taken in Washington, DC (of course) in the historic Blagden Alley (See: Photo Friday: Blagden Alley, Washington, DC USA) This week, there are plenty of opportunities to make some art, learn a skill, or get educated on a niche topic. Source: 14 Things To Do Around …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Washington DC becomes the first territory in the US to ban gay ‘cure’ therapy for adults – Gay Times Magazine

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Washington DC becomes the first territory in the US to ban gay 'cure' therapy for adults - Gay Times Magazine

Thank you for using my photo to illustrate this story, @GayTimesMag These are the things that happen in the most inclusive city in the 🌎, the protection of human beings to live in their true identities. It’s what I came to health care to help people do. I continue to love this century 🙂 New …

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in We got the NEWS! – ShoutOut! James Madison University

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in We got the NEWS! – ShoutOut! James Madison University

Thank you for publishing my photograph, @ShoutOutJMU, the James Madison University feminist blog. I support voices from the future, especially ones who say: The wording of the policy is shotty, to say the least. Certain transgender folk are able to serve in the military if they are at least three years “stable” after starting hormones …

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in Turning the Women’s March Into a Mass Movement Was Never Going to Be Simple | The Nation

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in Turning the Women’s March Into a Mass Movement Was Never Going to Be Simple | The Nation

Thanks for publishing my photograph of the 2017 Women’s March, @TheNation. Social movements are never easy, nor do they follow a clear trajectory. However, the future has to start somewhere, and it’s usually here, which is why we #WeAreDC. Enjoy the photograph. The reason goes to the heart of inclusive, democratic movement building. Source: Turning …

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in 5 Companies Resisting President Trump’s Policies In 2018, TriplePundit

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in 5 Companies Resisting President Trump’s Policies In 2018, TriplePundit

Thank you for publishing my photograph, @TriplePundit. It was taken in front of the White House at a protest against the removal of protections for people who are transgender or gender nonconforming (#WontBeErased). The Home – Business Statement for Transgender Equality includes over 180 companies, including the one I work for, who issued this statement …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in The Best Of DCist, 2018 | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in The Best Of DCist, 2018 | DCist

Thanks for using my photograph as the featured image for this recap of 2018, @DCist. It was taken in 2017 in Washington, DC, at the now defunct Town Danceboutique, a welcoming place for the LGBTQ community in the Shaw neighborhood in Washington, DC DCist might have started the year in non-existence, but I like to …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Greatest Greatest Hits: Your favorite posts of 2018 – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Greatest Greatest Hits: Your favorite posts of 2018 – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photo, @ggwash, in this recap of posts from 2018. Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? I can’t wait to acquire more images of Washington, DC, in 2019 🙂 Dear readers, as this new year begins I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your support. In 2018, we brought you 1,157 …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in It’s easier to close a service station in DC now, but you still need permission to “structurally alter” one – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in It’s easier to close a service station in DC now, but you still need permission to “structurally alter” one – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash. It’s of a gas station, one with a lot of history, at the intersection of 15th and U Street, Northwest, in Washington, DC (of course). Click through to the image to learn more. If you operate a gas station in DC, there’s no workable way to close it or …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in D.C. Officially Hits 700,000 Residents For The First Time Since 1975 | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in D.C. Officially Hits 700,000 Residents For The First Time Since 1975 | DCist

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It’s of a DC Flag day, several cameras (and years) ago. Good to know that the most inclusive city in the 🌎, is also one of the ones that’s growing fastest. It’s what happens in the future. Since 2010, the District’s population has expanded by more than 15 percent. …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Ten Facts You May Not Know About Navy Yard | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Ten Facts You May Not Know About Navy Yard | DCist

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It’s of Navy Yard at the somewhat-annual @CapitalPrideDC pool party. Equality looks good on everyone, doesn’t it. 🏳️‍🌈 We’re taking you beyond the ballpark, beyond the travails of Trump staffers, for a look at what else is hidden around the area. Source: Ten Facts You May Not Know About …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Immigrants Make Up 15 Percent Of D.C.’s Population | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Immigrants Make Up 15 Percent Of D.C.’s Population | DCist

Thank you for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It was taken in the early days of the current administration. These are the things that happen in the most inclusive city in the 🌎. Mayor Bowser has released the “State of Immigrants in the District of Columbia” report to gain insight into how immigrants are acclimating to …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in 10 interesting facts about Navy Yard you probably don’t know – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in 10 interesting facts about Navy Yard you probably don’t know – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash. It’s of the Navy Yard part of Washington, DC, near the not-yet-built @DCBridgePark (which is going to be amazing). Here are 10 things you almost certainly didn’t know about the Navy Yard neighborhood in DC. Montgomery County can bring its ambitious bicycle master plan to fruition—here’s how. There are fewer low-income …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in LGBTQ youth disproportionately experience homelessness. Some are also entrepreneurs. – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in LGBTQ youth disproportionately experience homelessness. Some are also entrepreneurs. – Greater Greater Washington

Thank you for publishing my photograph, @ggwash, and for supporting a key organization in Washington, DC, @SMYALDMV. Artist credit for the photo: @WerkForPeace Homelessness impacts people from many backgrounds, so it may not seem like an LGBTQ issue. However, the District’s 2017 Homeless Youth Census found that 31% of young people experiencing homelessness self-identified as …

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Protesters Are Bringing A Queer Dance Party To Stephen Miller’s Home | DCist

Thanks for Publishing my Photo, in Protesters Are Bringing A Queer Dance Party To Stephen Miller's Home | DCist

Thanks for publishing photograph, @DCist. It’s from a well known dance party in front of the home of some of our adminstration’s leadership. I personally prefer this photograph from that event. Enjoy. “We believe immigrants should not be welcomed with tear gas at our border. We believe they should be welcomed with biodegradable rainbow confetti.” …

Thanks for Publishing my Photograph in The 6 DC Neighborhoods Where You Paid Above Asking in 2018

Thanks for Publishing my Photograph in The 6 DC Neighborhoods Where You Paid Above Asking in 2018

Thank you for publishing my photograph, UrbanTurf_DC. The photograph is of historic U street at dusk. Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? Strong competition on the DC housing market led buyers to shift their attention elsewhere in the city. Here are the six neighborhoods where buyers paid above asking this year. Source: The 6 DC Neighborhoods Where …

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in In The Money: Major Changes Are Coming To D.C. Elections | DCist

Thank you for Publishing my Photo, in In The Money: Major Changes Are Coming To D.C. Elections | DCist

Thank you (again) for publishing one of my photographs, @DCist. This one is of a Get Out the Vote event staffed/supported by LGBTQ people in Washington, DC. What was great about the scene was the diversity of people engaged, taking control of their health and life destiny, one of the reasons we are all here. …

Thanks for Publishing my Photos, in What DC can learn from walkable communities around the country (Part 2) – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for Publishing my Photos, in What DC can learn from walkable communities around the country (Part 2) – Greater Greater Washington

Thanks for publishing my photographs, @ggwash, and for helping DC stay walkable 🙂 . Isn’t Washington, DC beautiful? Urbanist author Philip Langdon uses six neighborhoods around the country of varying density, age, urban character, and geographical location as case examples for which kinds of built environments lead to places that are walkable, community-oriented, pleasant to …