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

  • Man on Wire: A Baltimore street artist takes his signature creations off the wall and into the air

    Man on Wire: A Baltimore street artist takes his signature creations off the wall and into the air

    If you've been around Station North lately, there's a good chance you've seen one of Reed Bmore's hanging wire pieces, such as a whimsical sculpture of a little boy reaching for a pair of sneakers hanging from a light post. Since graduating from MICA last semester with a degree in Environmental...

  • It's Batman Day. Here's how local comic book stores are celebrating.

    It's Batman Day. Here's how local comic book stores are celebrating.

    Holy Birthday Batman! The Caped Crusader turns 75 today, first appearing in Detective Comics #27 in a story called "The Case of the Chemical Syndicate." Since then, the septuagenarian whose parents were gunned down in "Crime Alley," has had quite a ride throughout the media-verse with one TV show,...

  • Slow Jerks drop a new cassette

    Slow Jerks drop a new cassette

    With the drop of the Slow Jerks' self titled cassette this morning, Friends Records is officially on a tear, putting out a new release a month. The Jerks' manic punk release rips through 12 songs in 24 minutes, toggling between classic punk, garage, and gutter. The Slow Jerks, made up of drummer...

  • Hampdenfest cancelled for 2014

    Hampdenfest cancelled for 2014

    The organizers of Hampdenfest, not to be confused with Honfest, announced on their Facebook page that the event planned for September has been cancelled due to another city festival to be held onthe same weekend in September. Here's the post in full: "We've just been notified by Baltimore City,...

  • The Pie Man Goeth

    The Pie Man Goeth

    Update: Looks like Texas is going to get a little Baltimore flavor. Rodney Henry, founder of Dangerously Delicious Pies, announced on his personal Facebook page that his iconic local business is expanding to Texas along with him.  "It's official," Henry wrote in a Facebook chat, "Dangerously Delicious...

  • Pig's Out

    [caption id="attachment_21642" align="alignleft" width="150"] Photo by Sam Holden[/caption] The relatively new barbecue joint, Oliver Specks in Harbor East announced its immediate closure today. "It is with a very heavy heart that we say this. As of today, Oliver Speck's Eats and Drinks has permanently...

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