When Mac Cosgrove-Davies was 12 his parents installed a darkroom in their basement. Although his mom and sister used it, the darkroom became his space. He has been practicing photography ever since, including learning many historic photographic processes like wet plate collodion (or tintype) photography.
When he’s not at work you’ll often find DC-native Garrett McGuire exploring the local trails with his wife and their dog. The trails aren’t the only place you can catch him these days though; Garrett recently reimagined his love of the outdoors through a volunteer opportunity at the Bridges to Independence Sullivan House.
Esther has been a volunteer at Bridges to Independence for over a year and is honored to serve as part of their organization. She sincerely enjoys the time spent as a mentor every week in the youth program. She looks forward to and prioritizes every opportunity to volunteer. It’s truly a rewarding experience for her to see the children grow and develop through Bridges to Independence’s programs and activities.