J.M. Giordano

Photographer

J.M. Giordano, City Paper's Photo Editor started at the paper in 2013. His photo essays on Baltimore's homicides, homeless issues, and the uprising following the death of Freddie Gray have been featured by international news organization such as Al-Jazeera America (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w35VrO7JOXY), The Guardian, i-D Magazine, The Telegraph, Rolling Stone, and DATUM magazine in Austria. email:  jmgiordano@citypaper.com Twitter @jmgpix Instagram: jmgiordanophoto

Recent Articles

  • Free Comic Book Day In Baltimore

    There are a few high holidays on the comic book nerd calendar. Free Comic Book Day, which takes place this Saturday, May 3, is one of the highest. Each year, the comic book stores of America dole out a myriad of free floppys to both entice the newbies and prepare vet readers for the coming Summer...

  • Darkroom Productions Drops new Firearmz Video

    West Baltimore rapper Firearmz aka Willy Murch collaborated with Darkroom Productions on his new single "Firearmz Is The Illest." Firearmz is working on a new EP titled Razor on a Plate with Darkroom, who are known for the seminal mixtapes Hamsterdam volumes one and two and producing music for...

  • Summer of the Gun: 200 block Diener Place

    On July 15 at about 9 p.m., police responded to a shooting in the Irvington neighborhood in Southwest Baltimore. Police found the body of 20-year-old Montae Higgins behind a housing complex in the 200 block of Diener Place. Detectives and the Baltimore City Police forensic team inspect the body...

  • Summer of the Gun: 1000 block of Patterson Park Ave.

    On June 25, a man ran down Patterson Park Avenue calling for help after being shot. In many cases, there is not a "crime scene." It's just where the person fell. Police are often spend hours looking for the actual scene of the shooting. This is one of those cases. Police scour the area of 1000...

  • Teenager killed in Saturday night shooting was a local rapper

    On Saturday night, an illegal dice game on the 1500 block of W. Fayette Street reportedly went bad, leaving 6 people shot, including 15-year-old Deshaun Jones, the only victim who died of his wounds. According to multiple sources on Twitter and YouTube, Jones was a local rapper who went by the...

  • Beach House, Jenn Wasner, Ami Dang, and Katrina Ford Slowdown & Grind

    This weekend, Lazerbitch (Lazer Libby and DJ Mad Max) tore up a set at the Ottobar with Symbol (formerly of Claire Hux) and DJ James Nasty at the Turquoise Jeep party, which was also attended by John Waters; DJ's Calvin Garner, Exclaime, and Cooper Miley kicked off a super cool new monthly dance...

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