Barbara Haddock Taylor has been a staff photographer at The Baltimore Sun since 1984. Her assignments at The Sun have sent her from the political halls of Annapolis to Tuskegee, Alabama to Siberia, Russia.
Barbara’s interest in photography began as she interned as an assistant to the social worker at a nursing home in Wheeling WV, where she attended college. She found joy in photographing the residents and giving them the pictures, and ended up pursuing a graduate degree in photojournalism at Ohio University a few years later.
It’s evident by Barbara’s work that she relates to people. Her pictures demonstrate the moments of human interaction, whether they show the humor of people going about their daily lives or reflect the simple interaction between individuals sharing the dramatic moments.