Sean Kelley is a professional photographer from the DMV area and brings 20 years of creative and technical experience to each project. He also is the owner of Sean Kelley Art in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. It is a photography gallery that specializes in ocean fine art photographs, Wearable Art and beach portraits. The photo above is of Sean being interviewed by ABC-Channel 7 @ his "Still Standing-Still Free" 9/11 photography Exhibit. US Womens' Memorial. Arlington Cemetery.Arlington, VA . August 2012. See Sean's full gallery at seankelleyart.com.
Joe Pisciotta, a former history teacher and soccer coach, has been a free-lance amateur photographer for over 30 years. He sees himself as a Renaissance photographer, capturing the unusual and angles not typically photographed. He likes shooting a wide variety of candid subjects during his international travels but he says Washington has it all; it is the place where history comes alive through the incredible memorials and the opportunities to photograph political figures, military events, sports, city life, architecture, people, and animals in nature. His singular photos of the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon were included in the "Here is New York" Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Women’s Military Memorial in Arlington, VA, and other venues in the Northern Virginia area over the past 20 years. He is a member of the Northern Virginia Photographic Society. See Joe's full gallery at pisciottaphotos.com.
Bob Pugh began his career as a freelance still photographer for the Associated Press, the Washington Post and the Washington Star in the early 1970’s shooting spot news and taking assignments from news agencies in the US and Canada. He began providing news video to the local television stations and National network channels in the early 1990’s. His video and still images have been aired on all of the DC Metropolitan affiliates, NBC, CBS, CNN, NATGEO and broadcast throughout US as well as used in documentary productions. His images are on permanent display at the NEWSEUM and the 9/11 Ground Zero Memorial in New York.