J. A. Ferretti

Library/Information Science graduate student -- Former Curator of Photographs and Digitization Coordinator -- BFA, Maryland Institute College of Art -- From Baltimore, Md.

Brooklyn, NY

jenny.ferretti@gmail.com

November 9, 2011 at 8:57pm
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Office, The Blessed Baptist Church of God2910 Hamilton Avenue, Baltimore, MarylandSeptember 25, 2011Jennifer A. FerrettiBaltimore: Place to Place assignment
Baltimore: Place to Place is a photography show now hanging at The Windup Space on North Avenue. Each photographer had to pick their favorite place in Baltimore to swap with someone else involved with the show. We had to photograph that place and write a blurb about our experience.
My assignment was Hamilton/Lauraville so I photographed the Pastor at The Blessed Baptist Church of God with his ushers. I have yet to make up my mind about whether or not to upload the photograph to this blog because the group had a bit of hesitation about being photographed but were extremely nice about it. The photograph above is of the door between the main floor of the church and the Pastor’s office. 
I picked Elisha Tyson’s city house and the Sellers Mansion in Lafayette Square as two of my favorite places in Baltimore. It was difficult to pick a place because all of my favorite places are trapped in time in historic photographs I see at work. No one shot either of my two favorite places, however. 

Office, The Blessed Baptist Church of God
2910 Hamilton Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland
September 25, 2011
Jennifer A. Ferretti
Baltimore: Place to Place assignment

Baltimore: Place to Place is a photography show now hanging at The Windup Space on North Avenue. Each photographer had to pick their favorite place in Baltimore to swap with someone else involved with the show. We had to photograph that place and write a blurb about our experience.

My assignment was Hamilton/Lauraville so I photographed the Pastor at The Blessed Baptist Church of God with his ushers. I have yet to make up my mind about whether or not to upload the photograph to this blog because the group had a bit of hesitation about being photographed but were extremely nice about it. The photograph above is of the door between the main floor of the church and the Pastor’s office. 

I picked Elisha Tyson’s city house and the Sellers Mansion in Lafayette Square as two of my favorite places in Baltimore. It was difficult to pick a place because all of my favorite places are trapped in time in historic photographs I see at work. No one shot either of my two favorite places, however. 

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