On a rainy night in October, I had a chance to photograph an old friend of mine, Maxwell Nitz, known in the music industry as Wolfhart. You can read a little bit about him below. And then you can look at the photos to see how cool he is. I'll give you a hint: he's really cool. 

Wolfhart is an up-and-coming DJ in the DC area, studying under Claude Whitfield and Jamie Brewer (DJ Red). He is well-versed in a variety of musical genres, including new school, old school, hip hop, progressive in electro house, rock pop, and top 40. He's played in a variety of places, such as Barreled at the Lift and the L4 Lounge in Charlotte, North Carolina and recently has been opening for renowned local DJs occasionally at Living Room DC on Saturday nights. Wolfhart can be found Thursday through Saturday working lights and teaming up with other DJs at Living Room DC. He started 2017 not knowing anyone in the music scene and has come so far in just a year that the sky is the limit for the future.

TWLOHA Benefit Concert

I had the privilege several months ago of photographing a benefit concert for To Write Love on Her Arms at Empire. These are photos of just of a few of the many talented musicians that performed. If I'd been timely about posting this, I would have the band names for you, but I seem to have lost the program. Please excuse my failing.

I do want to throw in a shout out for To Write Love on Her Arms, however. It is an incredible non-profit organization that works to provide hope for people struggling with addiction, depression, self-injury and suicidal thoughts. This is a real and devastating problem that we so often brush over in our society. I praise God Almighty for organizations like To Write Love on Her Arms that bring awareness and help to the fight against this sickness. Please follow the link to read more about To Write Love on Her Arms and support the cause.


I had immense fun photographing these four hilarious guys in Georgetown. Need some new music? Here it is. 

Synth/Electronica Pop newcomers MEDLOW burst onto the scene with their debut self-titled offering and with it hope to challenge what it means to be a hardworking, independent band in a mainstream world... and they’re doing it all on their own. Hear what the beginning sounds like. Check out their self-titled album MEDLOW on iTunes. (Read more about them on their Facebook page which I stole this bio from.)   

Check them out at their website.