Fans, friends, and former Baltimore Sun colleagues of Baltimore photographer Jim Burger gathered at Creative Alliance to take one last look at his show, “A Charmed Life – The Jim Burger Photography Retrospective.
Guests roamed the exhibit, comparing notes and congratulating its creator.
Some of the photos were also available for purchase.
Proceeds benefited the Jim Burger Photography Scholarship at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and the Creative Alliance.
(Pictured LtoR) Mark McGrath, Ameriprise financial advisor; Jim Burger, “A Charmed Life” photographer; and Mary Beth Marsden, Baltimore-based artist
Pictured (LtoR) John Shields, Gertrude’s Chesapeake Kitchen chef/co-owner; and John Gilligan, Gertrude’s Chesapeake Kitchen co-owner
Pictured (LtoR) Bernie Haske, Baltimore-based poet; and Fred Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun reporter
Pictured (LtoR) Dr. Martina Callum, elderly family practice physician; and Al Max, self-employed businessman
Pictured (LtoR) Lori Rubeling, Stevenson University professor of art design; and Lisa Lewenz, artist/filmmaker/Peabody Institute ACE administrator
Pictured (LtoR) Shana Kroiz, Baltimore-based jewelry designer; and Rochelle Carroll, DC-based real estate consultant
Pictured (LtoR) Lindsay Rothstein, Johns Hopkins Medicine senior director of marketing & communications; Mike Baker, WBCM Construction Services senior vice president; Sara Baker, Johns Hopkins Bayview associate director of marketing & communications; and Alex Rothstein, attorney at Baltimore State’s Attorney Office
Pictured (LtoR) Jana Goins, Baltimore City Health Department epidemiologist; and Nick Rodricks, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health graduate student
Pictured (LtoR) Cordell Ailor, retired Baltimore City Health Department environmental sanitarian; and Charlie Vascellaro, freelance baseball & travel writer/Waverly Brewing Co. bartender
Pictured (LtoR) Peter Hermann, Washington Post reporter; and Kelsey Ricci, Michael’s Cafe bartender (November 24, 2018 – Creative Alliance)