Visual storyteller Christopher T. Assaf lives in Salisbury, Md., on the Delmarva Eastern Shore. He works throughout Washington, D.C. and Baltimore; Delaware, Virginia, and the Delmarva Peninsula; as well as Philadelphia and parts of Pennsylvania. He is an experienced photojournalist, photography--sports, portrait, lifestyle, magazine, corporate, pet, commercial & wedding. He is an award-winning video editor and cinematographer.
Marilyn Mosby leads her children, Nylyn, 6 (left,) and a reluctant Aniyah, 4, onto the grandstand past Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts during her Inauguration as State's Attorney for Baltimore at the War Memorial in Baltimore. A few months later she would appear on the national stage as the unrest follwing the death of Freddie Gray roiled Baltimore. Mosby's office prosecuted six police officers involved in the fatal injury of Gray while in police custody. Batts was later relieved of his duties over the Gray case and Rawlings-Blake has announced she will not run for mayor again.