Johns Hopkins, 2019

A couple weeks ago, I flew out to Johns Hopkins to visit with Rejji Kuruvilla (portrait photo here), to talk about science and deliver a talk at the Johns Hopkins Department of Biology.  Holy smokes there is some cool work that is happening at Johns Hopkins, from mechanisms of cancer spread to how spiders use neural processing to form their webs.

My many thanks to Rejji for the invitation and opportunity to share some of what we are doing, and to learn about some of the work going on in her department.  Below are some photos of some of the folks I had a chance to meet with including John Kim, Andrew Gordus, Xin Chen, Vincent Hilser, Christian Kaiser, Denis Wirtz, and Samar Hattar with Yogi (One of Samer and Rejji’s cats).  Regretfully, I did not get a chance to grab a photo of Robert Johnson, but since we are talking about a potential collaboration, I’ll have to make a portrait some time over a meal/beer.

 

Camera: Leica Monochrom
Exposure: 1/500
Aperture: f/1.4
Focal Length: 35mm
ISO: 2,000

 

Camera: Leica Monochrom
Exposure: 1/180
Aperture: f/1.4
Focal Length: 35mm
ISO: 2,000

 

Camera: Leica Monochrom
Exposure: 1/125
Aperture: f/1.4
Focal Length: 35mm
ISO: 2,000

 

Camera: Leica Monochrom
Exposure: 1/250
Aperture: f/1.4
Focal Length: 35mm
ISO: 2,000

 

Camera: Leica Monochrom
Exposure: 1/90
Aperture: f/1.4
Focal Length: 35mm
ISO: 2,000

 

Camera: Leica Monochrom
Exposure: 1/180
Aperture: f/1.4
Focal Length: 35mm
ISO: 1,250

 

Camera: Apple iPhone XS
Exposure: 1/40
Aperture: f/1.8
Focal Length: 26mm equivalent
ISO: 320

Mediterranean breakfast with Samer and Rejji was amazing.

 

Camera: Leica Monochrom
Exposure: 1/12
Aperture: f/1.4
Focal Length: 35mm
ISO: 4,000

 

Camera: Leica Monochrom
Exposure: 1/25
Aperture: f/2
Focal Length: 35mm
ISO: 5,000

 

Camera: Apple iPhone XS
Exposure: 1/40
Aperture: f/1.8
Focal Length: 52mm equivalent
ISO: 25

 

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