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Lanscapes vast and deep

Jonathan Blair ("Looking for Amelia"), a longtime contract photographer for National Geographic magazine, first fell in love with nature's landscapes on a trip to the American Southwest during his college years. In the 40 years since, his photographic adventures have taken him across the globe -- from Asia Minor to the Sahara Desert -- and his photos have appeared with dozens of National Geographic articles, including an October 1999 story about the "last dive" of the Japanese sub I-52. Blair joined Nauticos as media director in December 2001. His first big projects was the company's search for Amelia Earhart's plane. --JCS

Field work, Hopkins Magazine style

"Each topic I write about is like entering a new world," says cognitive science major Jocelyn Kelly '02, this spring's Corbin Gwaltney '49 fellow at the magazine. Kelly, who will spend the summer in Mexico writing for an English language publication, enjoyed getting the full range of magazine experience: tagging along on interviews, hanging out at photo shoots, and researching topics ranging from AIDS to the university's interfaith community. --SD

Photographer Jennifer Bishop ("The Big Question") lives and works in Baltimore. She can be reached by calling 410-366-6663.
Photographer Jonathan Blair ("Looking for Amelia") has been a longtime contract photographer for National Geographic (see "Contributors").
Photographer Mike Ciesielski ( "Sexy Devils") lives and works in Baltimore. Phone him at 410-235- 8274.
Illustrator Gilbert Ford (Essay, "Digestible Prose") lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Phone him at 347-452-4098.
Illustrator Michael Gibbs ( "$2 Billion and Beyond") lives in Clifton, Virginia. Reach him by phone at 703-502-3400.
Photographer David Harp (Alumni section: Photos of the new Ralph S. O'Connor Recreation Center) lives and works in Baltimore. Phone him at 410-433-9242.
Chris Hartlove ( "All-Star Statues" and Wholly Hopkins) is a Baltimore-based photographer. To view his work and for contact information, visit
Melissa Hendricks ("Angioplasty Outperforms Drugs," Wholly Hopkins) is the magazine's former senior science writer. Based in Annapolis, Maryland, she is now a freelance writer and teacher. Contact her via e-mail:
Photographer Sam Kittner ( "The Big Question") is based in Takoma Park, Maryland. Visit him on the Web at
New Jersey-based illustrator Michael Morgenstern ( "Toward a Spiritual Awakening," Wholly Hopkins) counts Adobe, the New York Times, Random House, Atlantic Monthly, the New Yorker, Sony, Macworld, Farrar Straus & Giroux, and the Washington Post Magazine among his many clients. His Web site is Call him at 609-823-2420 or e-mail him at
Michael Purdy ( "Patches of Insight") is a Baltimore science writer. Contact him via e- mail at
Writer Greg Rienzi ( "Championing the Art of Deduction," Wholly Hopkins) is a freelance writer and staff member of the Johns Hopkins Gazette. E-mail him at
Tom Waldron ( "Biotech Park to Fight Blight," Wholly Hopkins) is a freelance writer based in Baltimore. He can be reached by calling 410-323-5966.

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