Date & Time
Monday, September 23
7:00am - 8:00am
43 N St NW, Washington, DC 20001
Take a break from your screen and start your day with a dose of DC inspiration on this morning exploration of the North Capitol neighborhood.
For this photogenic event, Austin Graff and Steven Cummings, will take attendees on a creative tour of the North Capitol area. Along the guided walk will be multiple discovery points, where they will pause to explain the cultural relevance and history of the neighborhood, including murals, statues and architectural features that have made North Capitol a unique fixture in DC. Bring your camera (or camera phone) to capture each stop of the tour!
We will be leaving promptly at 7:05am. Please aim to arrive between 6:45 - 7am, to make sure you don’t miss the departure time!
The walk will be held at a conversational pace, allowing plenty of time to stop and see the sights along the way, and appreciate a beautiful fall morning. Space is limited for this walk – so be sure to reserve your space! You will be reimbursed IN FULL for your deposit, when you show up in the morning.
This is event is pet-friendly. If you don’t have to get to work right away, stick around and join us after the walk for a short coffee mixer at Republic Cantina.
Manager, Marketing and Acquisition, The Washington Post
Austin Graff works at The Washington Post, leading the talent brand and acquisition team. He is also a contributing writer for By The Way, a new travel destination by The Post. Prior to The Post, Austin led social media and celebrity relations for a leading human rights organization and then for Honest Tea, America’s #1 organic iced tea brand. After growing up in Russia, Kazakhstan, and Germany, Austin now proudly calls Washington, D.C. home. He’s on the features team for IGDC, a community of local photographers, and often documents life in the city via his Instagram. He lives in SE DC with his wife, daughter, and friend.Instagram
Local photographer and North Capitol area long-time resident
Steven Cummings is a photographer and documentarian who has a studio in Northeast, Washington, DC. He was born in Okinawa, Japan in 1965 and traveled through Europe with his military family as a child. Steven has lived in the North Capitol area since 1994.
Steven depicted black life in Washington, DC and shot almost exclusively in black and white. He captured people as they were, outside the studio, in natural light, and going about the business of living.
He graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2010 with an M.F.A. in Photographic and Electronic Media. Steven’s selected exhibitions included D.C. Undercover: Photographs by Steven M. Cummings, Artuare, and Chocolate City Rest in Peace.Instagram
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