The Creatives behind The Bmore Creatives

Remember our Mount Vernon Wall at Dooby's which features photos from #thebmorecreatives feed in real life? Welp, it’s time for a revamp! 

This round we’ll be featuring YOU, the creatives behind The Bmore Creatives, with our first user submitted portrait series. The gallery highlights some of your favorite local Baltimore creatives, makers, and get sh*t done-ers and we’re giving you a sneak peek of the photos BEFORE the opening party on January 10th.

We asked folks to tag #creativesbehindTBC on their IG posts containing a Baltimore creative whose story inspired them and makes this city brighter. Our goal was to bridge the gap between social media and our big bad beautiful city by sharing the stories behind the folks who call Baltimore home.  Check out the hashtag to see ALL the inspiring creatives who were submitted.

The new gallery opens up Thursday, January 10th and we’re celebrating with a party at Dooby’s from 6 - 9 pm! Dooby’s will be providing happy hour drink specials and free small bites all evening, so what’s not to loose?

Thank you to all who participated by showing off some of the truly inspiring people that live in our community.

Men Should Hold More Flowers

“How has technology affected our perspective on men? How are men trained to see other men? How are we going to change it?” Vlada Dyecheva, a local photographer, investigates the answers to these questions through her new 35mm portrait series, Men Should Hold More Flowers.

Vlada’s mission for her series was to have local Baltimore creatives pick a stem from B.Willow (one of our favorite local flower shops), and then have their portrait tell the story. Little did she know, it would be the reactions of the creatives that peeked her interest.

“Each portrait tells it’s own story on how men carry themselves in moments of vulnerability, celebration and even love.” - Vlada Dyecheva

Check out more by visiting her page!