The Downtown Partnership and Veolia have collaborated in an effort to paint three of the steam pipes in Downtown Baltimore. Artist Kerry Cesen has been commissioned to paint the three large steam pipes.
Like most people, the death of Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz took me by surprise. I had never had any personal dealings with Mr. Kamenetz; it was always work related. He was always on one side of the camera and I on the other.
Recently I had a magazine assignment to photograph Christopher Schafer and the miniature skate park he had built in his backyard. Schafer, a clothing designer, has always had a passion for skateboarding so he built a 16-by-30-foot half-pipe in his yard.
As the season is set to begin next week and the Orioles are about to head north for the season, Baltimore Sun photographer Lloyd Fox looks back at his time in Sarasota, Florida with a some video highlights.
The spontaneity of an event such as the #gunsdowngradesup protest in Baltimore made it one of those days on Tuesday. Hundreds of public and private school students took part in a school walkout to protest gun violence in schools and in Baltimore City.
Sun photographer Lloyd Fox writes about photographing U.S. Olympic Bobsledder Aja Evans during a early morning training session at Under Armour's facility in Baltimore. Evans is heading to the Pyeongchang, Korea Winter Games, which start Friday.
Last fall I was assigned to photograph Fortego, LLC, a small cyber security firm for our annual Top Workplaces magazine. It was one of a dozen companies I was given so the challenge is always to make each of them look different.
Today, I am excited and proud to launch my new weekly blog, Fox In Focus, where I will share my insights and approach in photography. In addition, I will offer a behind-the-scenes look into my assignments from sports, features, news and fashion to my black and white Instagram posts.