We’re Human Beings
Human Being Productions is a full service photography and videography production company focused on creative documentation and storytelling.
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"There's magic in public performance art. It helps us to share this one ephemeral moment, this little snippet in time where we're all together in the same place, seeing something magic that will never be repeated."
Once every month during the summer, we have the pleasure of recording WTMD’s First Thursday concert in Baltimore’s Canton neighborhood. Hundreds of locals congregate by the harbor to enjoy great food, meet local businesses, and listen to great music. This is our third year working the event, and it gets better every time.
"Most museums, urban museums, are like fortresses. They say 'stay out, we have valuable things inside.' We wanted to be an extension of Federal Hill Park, right behind us, and be more like a Wonderland."
In our latest episode of Traditions, we visit the National Great Blacks in Wax Museum and speak with President and Founder Dr. Joanne Martin about the importance of visible history and museums in black communities.
Right around the corner from the Baltimore Inner Harbor is a graveyard – but it's not on land. Unused and unwanted vessels from World War I and beyond were left to quietly decompose in the brackish waters of Curtis Creek. We walked with Dr. Susan Langley of the Maryland Historical Trust as she documented the ships and discussed their future.
On a crisp November night, some of Baltimore's best live musicians came together for a performance of The Last Waltz benefiting Moveable Feast and it was amazing.
The newly reconstructed Dolphin Building on MICA’s campus will soon be decorated with a beautiful new multi-media mural by former students Jessica Unterhalter and Katey Kruhn. We got the chance to talk to them and put together this teaser trailer for the project.
Life Centers of America provide lots of important services to Baltimore citizens, and one of those is a chance to unwind and let kids be kids at their Annual Backpack and Supplies Give-A-Way.
Unfortunately August’s WTMD First Thursday Festival was drenched with an epic amount of rain, but September was a blast!