When Alejandro Orengo, a Baltimore photographer and filmmaker, covered the riots in April following the death of Freddie Gray, he wasn’t working as a member of the press. He just wanted to document what he thought would become history. He was roughed up in the crowds, but managed to capture remarkable images. And that’s just a small part of the work he’s done in Baltimore.
Orengo shared nearly 100 images of his work in Baltimore, the April unrest and glimpses of daily life. You can view more of his photography by following him on Instagram at @CinematicFRESH. If you are a Baltimore Street Photographer (or know one) and would like to be featured in this series, contact series producer Jon Sham at firstname.lastname@example.org.