Baltimore, MD, USA
Andrew Mangum is an independent documentary photographer most often described as a portrait artist who engages with people on the fringes of society, exploring community, identity, and social issues that affect humanity.
The New York Times, Sierra Club, Presidential Inaugural Committee, Curbed, United Ministries, The Globe and Mail, The National Aquarium, Montgomery Housing Partnership, Curators of Hip-Hop, Impact DC, Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions, Black Girls Rule.
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Protest: Loring Cornish
Baltimore artist, Loring Cornish, installed this art piece to protest police brutality in West Baltimore.
In collaboration with Mozell Films and Brian Schneider, Invictus is a sports lifestyle project about the inspiration of family, and the pursuit of dreams through the motivation of basketball. Nate Barnes, a Baltimore City teen, sheds light on what it's like to grow-up in West Baltimore. From losing his older brother to street violence, to raising his younger sister while his mom works 3 jobs - Nate is determined to hustle for his family.