Airman Jaime-moreno Kimberly & lilly Bass-strings Keeper-in-the-lights
Airman Jaime-moreno Kimberly & lilly Bass-strings Keeper-in-the-lights
Airman A member of the Air Force's Honor Guard makes his way down the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during an early morning photo session in Washington D.C.'s National Mall.
Jaime-moreno United veteran forward Jaime Moreno focuses on the ball during his team's match against the Kansas City Wizards. United defeated the Wizards 2-1 to earn their first points of the season.
Kimberly & lilly Kimberly Winsor of Alexandria VA enjoys an early morning walk with her dog Lilly in Washington D.C.'s National Mall.
Bass-strings A Member of The 40th Infantry Division Band, of The California Army National Guard, plays bass for the DoDEA Administrators' Conference participants at The Waestin Bonaventure in Los Angeles California.
Keeper-in-the-lights D.C. United's goalkeeper, Troy Perkins, can do little but watch Chris Wondolowski's shot sail to the upper left corner of his goal. United lost 2-0 to the visiting San Jose Earthquakes at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C.
Airman Jaime-moreno Kimberly & lilly Bass-strings Keeper-in-the-lights






frescoVA = Martin Fernandez.

Martin Fernandez is an energetic and passionate Northern Virginia/Washington D.C. area based freelance photographer. His primary specialty is action sports but he also enjoys editorial and portrait photography.

Martin began shooting while in the United States Army where he was a member of the 55th Signal Company, Combat Camera. His work has appeared in Soccer America Magazine, The Washingotn Post, the Catholic Standard, El Pregonero and various online publications and magazines.

Martin is an active member of the National Press Photographers Association, and YCJ Images, a small group of sports photographers who document professional sports in the DC Metro Area.

When he is not on assignment, Martin enjoys shooting snapshots with his Holga or iPhone, spending time with his wife and daughter and riding his Mountain Bike through the trails of Northern Virginia.