Steel City Code Fest, part off Inclusive Innovation Week, is an amazing opportunity for local nonprofits to have their challenges met with creative solutions; and it's a great opportunity for coders to apply their skills to regional issues.
I had the pleasure of photographing both the kick off and the wrap up events- seeing the projects from concept to product was incredible to me. I have zero coding skills, and the groups produced amazing problem-solving products in such little time that will have a great impact in our region. The following photos are a snapshot from both of those events.
This is the third year I've had the pleasure of photographing Pittsburgh's Yoga Expo. The event, organized by Rebecca Rankin of I Am Yoga, is a unique opportunity to try various forms of yoga from around the city, and to expand your practice. Learn more on the Expo's website.
Pittsburgh's first Food Day was fun, genuine, and important. Food is important for all, and everyone knows that; yet, food access is still something we struggle with everywhere. Pittsburgh Food Day was an event held to address that with food, awareness, and music from students who themselves experience the issue of Food Deserts.
Here is a Post Gazette article from the day.
This is the second year I've had the pleasure of photographing Pittsburgh's Yoga Expo; the event is organized by Rebecca Rankin of I Am Yoga, formerly known as Bikram Yoga Squirrel Hill.
The expo is a neat opportunity to try various forms of Yoga to expand your practice. The 2016 Expo featured yoga from the following studios: BYS Yoga, Bend Yoga, Sterling Yoga, The Shala of Pittsburgh Ashtanga, Crown of Eternity, I Am Yoga, Yoga Hive, Schoolhouse Yoga, and South Hills Power Yoga. Learn more on the Expo's website.
Below are some of my favorite images from 2016. To see my gallery of photos from the 2015 Expo, visit this link.
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