Work samples

  • Natural Velvet, 2021
    Natural Velvet, 2021 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Portra 400
  • Powerwasher, 2023

    Powerwasher, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak Portra 400

  • Al Rogers Jr., 2019
    Al Rogers Jr., 2019 | Digital Photography | Canon 5D Mark III
  • Ami Dang, 2022
    Ami Dang, 2022 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak Gold 200

About Micah

Baltimore City

Micah E. Wood (He/Him) is a Photographer & Musician based out of Baltimore, MD. His portrait photography flows with the vibrancy of the Baltimore music scene. Exploding with color, the work builds a sense of belonging and intimacy to the subject that can only be achieved by a thorough understanding of the specialness and sense of place in Baltimore. His portrait work from 2012-2016 culminated in his book ‘Features’, in which Micah turns his gaze adoringly on his favorite artists. Over… more

Portraits 2023

  • Powerwasher, 2023

    Powerwasher, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak Portra 400

  • NAE, 2023

    NAE, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Fujichrome positive film

  • Thunder Club, 2023

    Thunder Club, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak Portra 400

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    Suzanne Doogan, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Cinestill 400

  • Until The Very End

    Until The Very End, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Cinestill 400

  • Doubt, 2023

    Doubt, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Illford 3200

  • Nourished By Time, 2023

    Nourished By Time, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak Gold 200

  • Nan-Ana, 2023

    Nan-Ana, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Cinestill 400

  • Evangeline, 2023

    Evangeline, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Cinestill 400

  • Nina Gala, 2023

    Nina Gala, 2023 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak Portra 400

Musician Portraits, 2022

The motivation for my musician portraits is always to capture the bands/artists the way they want to be seen. I was disheartened to hear that magazines and photographers would often ask bands to dress up or pose in a way that would better “fit their music." As a photographer and musician myself, that doesn't feel right to me. The best work I've ever created comes from collaboration, which is what I strive for.

Cadeem LaMarr
Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore Rapper/Producer Cadeem LaMarr.

Ami Dang
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore ambient artist Ami Dang's new album 'The Living World’s Demands,' out now via Leaving Records.

Austin Gladney
Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Ilford Delta 3200
Promotional photos for Louisana-based ambiant artist Austin Gladney.

Bartees Strange
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for DC-based rock musician Bartees Strange's new album 'Farm To Table,' out now via 4AD Records.

Snail Mail
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Photos of Baltimore indie rock musician Snail Mail for Baltimore Magazine's February 2022 Issue
Article: 'Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan Skyrockets to Indie Stardom'
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MEGAFAUNA
Digital Photograph | Canon R5
Promotional photos for Baltimore experimental indie pop musician Megafauna's new album 'The Betrayal of Bees & Wasps,' out now.

Not Charles
Digital Photograph | Canon R5
Promotional photos for Baltimore producer Not Charles.

Eyas
Digital Photograph | Canon R5
Promotional photos for Baltimore noise pop musician Eyas' new single "Object Permanence," out now.

Pianos Become The Teeth
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 Promotional photos for Baltimore rock band Piano Become The Teeth's new album 'Drift,' out now via Epitaph Records.

Ezra Furman
Digital Photograph | Canon R5
Photos of indie rock musician Ezra Furman for Under The Radar's November 2022 Issue (Issue #70)
Arti
cle: 'My Favorite Movie with Sharon Van Etten & Ezra Furman'
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  • Cadeem LaMarr, 2022
    Promotional photos for Baltimore Artist Cadeem LaMarr | Camera | Mamiya 7II (Medium Format) Film | Kodak Portra 400
  • Ami Dang, 2022
    Ami Dang, 2022 | Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak Gold 200
  • Austin Gladney, 2022
  • Bartees Strange, 2022
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Portra 400
  • Snail Mail, 2022
    Snail Mail photographed for Baltimore Magazine's article 'Girl Wonder: Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan Skyrockets to Indie Stardom' February 2022 | Camera | Mamiya RZ67 (Medium Format) Film | Portra 400
  • MEGAFAUNA, 2022
    Promotional photo for Baltimore artist MEGAFAUNA's album 'The Betrayal of Bees & Wasps' | Digital Photograph | Canon R5
  • NotCharles, 2022
    Digital Photograph | Canon R5
  • Eyas, 2022
    Promotional photos for Baltimore Artist Eyas' single "Object Permanence" | Digital Photograph | Canon R5
  • Pianos Become The Teeth, 2022
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Lomography Redscale XR 50-200
  • Ezra Furman, 2022
    Ezra Furman photographed for Under The Radar's 'My Favorite Movie' Issue #70 November 2022 | Digital Photograph | Canon R5

Landscapes (2013-2023)

Assorted landscape photos taken over the last decade. Landscape photos are my moment for silence. I search for the quietest moments I can find.

Photos taken in Iceland, Baltimore, Richmond, Ohio, Scotland, London, & France
  • Icelandic Rainbow, 2022
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
  • Cat In the Window, 2021
    Digital Photograph | Canon R5
  • Moody Idlewild, 2022
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Ilford Delta 3200
  • Edinburgh, 2019
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Fuji Pro 400
  • Spring in Baltimore, 2020
    Digital Photograph | Canon 5D Mark III
  • On The Water, 2022
    Madison, Alabama 2022 --- Camera | Olympus Stylus, 35mm Film | Kodak Portra 400
  • Horse in Iceland, 2022
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
  • Timonium Algae, 2013
  • Aunt Janet's Childhood Room, 2013
    Camera | Mamiya 7II (Medium Format) Film | Kodak Portra 800
  • Hole in One, Iceland 2022
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400

Album Covers

I love Photographing/Art Directing album covers. No matter how many times people say "don't judge a book by it's cover" they do. Representing an album's sounds and words through its cover is both eye catching as it is important. One of the main reasons I started collecting records as a kid was their album covers. These are a collection of covers I've done for Baltimore bands from DIY to major label.

Joy Postell - 'Diaspora'

Photography & Art Direction: Micah E. Wood
Art Direction & Production Assistant: Corynne Ostermann
Graphic Design: Christopher J. Chester
Lighting Design: Lauren Castellana
MUA: Angel Jones
Stylist: Keepers Vintage
Plant Provided by B. Willow
LISTEN HERE

Ed Schrader's Music Beat - 'Nightclub Daydreaming'
Carpark Records

Photography, Editing, & Art Direction: Micah E. Wood
Lighting Design: Lauren Castellana
Wardrobe, Prop, & Set Design: Suzanne Gold + Allison Crowley
Graphic Design: Erin Nutsugah
MUA: Kotic Couture & AMNESIA
Production Assistant: Corynne Ostermann
Location: Trip’s Bar, Baltimore, Maryland
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Eyas - "Object Permanence"

Photography & Art Direction: Micah E. Wood
Graphic Design: Christopher J. Chester
LISTEN HERE

Peach Face - 'DIRT'

Photography & Art Direction: Micah E. Wood
Graphic Design: Christopher J. Chester
Polaroid: Charlie Mahoney
LISTEN HERE

Super City - 'Santuary'

Photography & Art Direction: Micah E. Wood
Art Direction, Set Design, & Styling: Corynne Ostermann
Graphic Design: Christopher J. Chester
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Micah E. Wood - Self Titled

Photography & Art Direction: Micah E. Wood
Graphic Design: Christopher J. Chester
Stylist: Al Rogers Jr.
Production Assistant: Corynne Ostermann
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Eyas - "Circling"

Photography & Art Direction: Micah E. Wood
Graphic Design: Christopher J. Chester
Photo Manipulation: Ronin Wood
LISTEN HERE

  • Joy Postell - 'Diaspora' Album Cover
    Diaspora is the debut record of Baltimore soul singer Joy Postell. The album which centers around the history of Black America and Black Consciousness explores these concepts through an influential jazz lens. Diaspora visually embodies itself as a black hair product, paying homage to black hair product advertising of the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s.
  • Joy Postell - 'Diaspora' Back Cover
  • Ed Schrader's Music Beat - ‘Nightclub Daydreaming’ Album Cover
    After turning heads with the densely orchestrated Riddles, produced by Dan Deacon, the Baltimore-based duo Ed Schrader’s Music Beat have given us another giant leap forward with their fourth record Nightclub Daydreaming. The whiplash-inducing stylistic shifts between aggressive noise rock and operatic gloom pop that have become the band’s trademark have given way to a single aesthetic that fuses both impulses. On Nightclub Daydreaming, menace teems just below the surface as propulsive, stark arrangements leave space that Schrader fills with strident, reverb-soaked narration.
  • Ed Schrader's Music Beat - ‘Nightclub Daydreaming’ Back Cover
  • Eyas - 'Object Permanence' Single Cover
    Eyas' newest track, "Object Performance", is a glorious ode to fleeting memory. It begins with a big drum solo counting off a disorienting track that feels entirely locked into the now and slipping quickly through the sands of time. Her voice floats around and around playfully toying with the music which hints at everything from late 70's R & B to Broadcast to Melody’s Echo Chamber. It's a dreamy endeavor that you can easily get lost in. 
  • Peach Face - 'Dirt' EP Cover
    On May 28th, Baltimore-based artist Alison Ramírez, also known as Peach Face, released her debut EP, "DIRT." The EP features singles such as “Grilled Cheese” and “Lady Bird," with her latest track being “Dirt Boy,” featuring NotCharles. Even in the EP's relaxed, lo-fi pop atmosphere, Ramírez details solemn verses about the feeling of longing for someone and uncertainty. This theme is especially prevalent in the final track, “Basement Show.”
  • Super City - 'Sanctuary' Album Cover
    The band’s second full-length record, Sanctuary, shows off their staying power. Its 10 sensational songs are the kind of rock-star-worthy anthems and power ballads that just don’t get made anymore, featuring searing guitar solos, all-out soprano vocals, thunder-and-lightning drums, and full-blown shimmering fun.
  • Super City - 'Sanctuary' Back Cover
  • Micah E. Wood - Self Titled Album Cover
    In a world of bravado and swagger, Micah E. Wood’s unapologetically heart-on-his-sleeve music is a breath of fresh air. But where the local troubadour once sang about new relationships, unrequited romance, and the trials and tribulations of dating in modern times, his new self-titled record is a love letter to himself.
  • Eyas - 'Circling' Single Cover

Features, 2012-2016

Features is a collection of band portaits taken over a four year span. The motivation for this project was to capture the bands that I love in a way that they loved. I was disheartened to hear that magazines and photographers would often ask bands to dress up or pose in a way that would better “fit their music." As a photographer and musician myself, that seemed wrong to me. I imagined that the best work would come from a collobaration between myself and the bands. So, I reached out to my favorite bands, close and far, and the results were fantastic! The photos were beautiful and the bands were happy with the way they were being represented.

-Features was released in May 26, 2016 after a succesful crowd funded Kickstarter campaign raising $6,200 to cover production costs.
-The book is 200 pages and features portriats of over 60 bands photographed by Micah between 2012 and 2016.

Features features photos of 83 Cutlass, Abdu Ali, Adam Lempel & the Heartbeats, Amanda Glasser, Basement Rap, Butch Dawson, Charly Bliss,Chester Endersby Gwazda , Chiffon, DaikonDaikon, Dan Deacon, Dangerous Ponies, Dead Mellotron, Dustin Wong, Edward Lasher, Everybody Yay, Fat Tony, Fun., Future Islands, Genevieve, Gold Motel, Great Minds, The Hush Sound, Infinite Honey, Islands, Jack Martin, Jacober, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Joey Cook and The Party Raddlers, La Gholson, Le Swish, Little Smoke, My Son Bison, Natural Velvet, Other Colors, Outer Spaces, Pianos Become The Teeth, Peals, Po Po, Rap Dragons, The Sea Life, Secret Mountains, Slipper, SMLH, The Snails, Soft Cat, Spank Rock, Spook Houses, Sri Aurobindo, The Sterling Sisters, Stoopbaby Mo, TT The Artist, Us and Us Only, The Visions, Weekends , White Laces, Wind and Window Flower, Wing Dam, Zaiah Burke

BEST PHOTOBOOK 2016 - CITY PAPER 
Baltimore, Maryland

Displayed at Open Space's Prints and Multiples Fair 2017 
Baltimore, Maryland

Displayed at 7th Annual Zine & Photo Book Fair 2017 
New York

Baltimore Musicians (2020-2021)

The motivation for my musician portraits is always to capture the bands/artists the way they want to be seen. I was disheartened to hear that magazines and photographers would often ask bands to dress up or pose in a way that would better “fit their music." As a photographer and musician myself, that doesn't feel right to me. The best work I've ever created comes from collaboration, which is what I strive for.

Butch Dawson
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore rapper Butch Dawson.

Bobbi Rush
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore r&b/soul singer Bobbi Rush.

COLLINS
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore electronic artist COLLINS'  EP 'Entity Relation,' out now via Leaving Records.

John Tyler
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore rock/soul musician John Tyler's EP 'Free Spirit,' out now.

Adjective Animal
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore indie rock band Adjective Animal's album 'America's Got Talons,' out now.

Chiffon
Digital Photograph | Canon R5
Promotional photos for Baltimore indie pop band Chiffon.

Manners Manners
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore indie rock band Manners Manners.

Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore indie pop musician Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon.

Kotic Couture
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore rapper/DJ Kotic Couture.

Jupiter Rex
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore indie psych pop band Jupiter Rex.
  • Butch Dawson, 2021
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
  • Bobbi Rush, 2020
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
  • COLLINS, 2021
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
  • John Tyler, 2021
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
  • Adjective Animal, 2020
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Portra 400
  • Chiffon, 2021
    Digital Photograph | Canon R5
  • Manners Manners, 2021
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
  • Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, 2020
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
  • Kotic Couture, 2021
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Kodak 400
  • Jupiter Rex, 2020
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Portra 400

Baltimore Musicians, 2019

The motivation for my musician portraits is always to capture the bands/artists the way they want to be seen. I was disheartened to hear that magazines and photographers would often ask bands to dress up or pose in a way that would better “fit their music." As a photographer and musician myself, that doesn't feel right to me. The best work I've ever created comes from collaboration, which is what I strive for.

Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Ilford Delta 3200
Promotional photos for Baltimore indie pop musician Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon.

Abdu Ali
Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore electronic musician/writer Abdu Ali.

Butch Dawson & Basement Rap
Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Basement Rap.

Rovo Monty
Digital Photograph | Canon 5D Mark III
Promotional photos for Baltimore r&b/pop singer Rovo Monty.

Al Rogers Jr.
Digital Photograph | Canon 5D Mark III
Promotional photos for Baltimore rapper/singer/stylist Al Rogers Jr.

Ex Hex
Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
Photos of DC rock band Ex Hex for SheShred's May 2019 Issue (Issue #17)
Article: 'Ex Hex and Their New Work Hinges On Creativity and Trust'
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Proper Nouns
Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore indie rock band Proper Nouns.

Mateyo
Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore r&b singer/producer/DJ Mateyo.

Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon
Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Ilford Delta 3200
Promotional photos for Baltimore indie pop musician Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon.

Modern Nomad
Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Fuji Pro 400
Promotional photos for Baltimore psych rock band Modern Nomad.
  • Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, 2019
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Ilford Delta 3200
  • Abdu Ali, 2019
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
  • Butch Dawson & Basement Rap, 2019
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Fuji Pro 400
  • Rovo Monty, 2019
    Digital Photography | Canon 5D Mark III
  • Al Rogers Jr., 2019
    Digital Photography | Canon 5D Mark III
  • Ex Hex, 2019
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
  • Proper Nouns, 2019
    120 mm film | Mamiya 7II
  • Mateyo, 2019
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400
  • Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, 2019
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya RZ67 | Ilford Delta 3200
  • Modern Nomad, 2019
    Medium Format Film | Mamiya 7II | Kodak 400

Micah E. Wood - Music

Born in the Tidewater of Virginia, Micah E. Wood moved to Baltimore in 2009 and quickly entrenched himself in the art scene. Befriending and collaborating with musicians across genre, be it the wild and weird hip hop wordsmiths, seductive dance producers, or the roots players. Micah’s sound is deeply influenced by Baltimore’s musical communities, creating a sonic cholent, long-stewed in Charm City.

Micah E. Wood returns with a fun-filled EP soaked in pop hooks bolstered by musical contributions of Baltimore’s finest. A long-time collaborator in the highly potent Baltimore arts scene, his sound has taken new form on this record, leaning into his talent as a songwriter able to craft the catchiest of melodies out of even the most mundane subjects. The EP is a delightful rock record perfect for a bouncy walk around the park. You will hear some Lou Reed, some Regina Spektor, some Kevin Morby and a whole world of Baltimore on this one. So put on your walking shoes, pop in the ear buds, embrace the end of a sweltering summer with a 6-song EP that will keep you bouncing as the steps add up.

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“A prolific collaborator and charismatic performer, Wood has become a staple of the local music scene.“
-Baltimore Magazine, 2022

“Here, he emerges with six new nostalgia-tinged songs that feel like the fruits of his labors, evolving from the lovelorn lyrics and digi-pop melodies of his early work into some of his most expansive songwriting and versatile vocals yet—including his first true rock song, which draws inspiration from the likes of Lou Reed and Ramones.”
-Baltimore Magazine, 2022

“This is not your square grandparents' typical Xanadu or ABBA-odyssey but an updated vision of the polyester era through a dream machine lens captured in high def.“
-Week In Pop 2021

“Baltimore’s resident troubadour Micah E. Wood returns with a new single and love song we’ve been waiting for all along.”
-Baltimore Magaine 2020

“In a world of bravado and swagger, Micah E. Wood’s unapologetically heart-on-his-sleeve music is a breath of fresh air.”
-Baltimore Magaine 2019


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"Too High"  (Official Music Video)
Album: 'YOU ARE HERE'
Directed by Aaron Barlow
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Written, Performed, Produced by Micah E. Wood © 2020

Guest Vocals by Joseph Mulhollen
Guitar by Daniel Ryan
Bass by Ari Pluznik
Drums by Ian Viera
Mixed by Steve Wright at Wrightway Studios
Mastered by Nick Messite at The Old Quarry


"Day2Day (feat. Bobbi Rush)"  (Official Music Video)
Album: 'YOU ARE HERE'
Directed by Samantha Mitchell
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Written, Performed, Produced by Micah E. Wood © 2020

Guest Vocals by Joseph Mulhollen
Guitar by Daniel Ryan
Bass by Ari Pluznik
Drums by Ian Viera
Mixed by Mateyo at The Moose House
Mastered by Nick Messite at The Old Quarry


"Ring Ring"
Album: 'Ring Ring'
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Written, Performed by Micah E. Wood © 2022
Produced by Tom McLean


Guitar, Bass, Piano, Backing Vocals: Tom McLean
Violin: Yu-Ting Wu
Production: Tom McLean
Drums by Ian Vierra
Mixed & Mastered by Nick Messite at The Old Quarry


"Adderall"
Album: 'Ring Ring'
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Written, Performed, Produced by Micah E. Wood © 2022


Bass by Ari Pluznik
Choir by Jenna Balderson, Britt Olsen-Ecker,
Melissa Wimbish, and NAE
Vocal Sample by Isaiah Winters
Guitar by Tom McLean
Saxophone by David Diongue
Drums by Ian Vierra
Mixed & Mastered by Nick Messite at The Old Quarry


"2:30PM"
Album: 'Ring Ring'
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Written, Performed, Produced by Micah E. Wood © 2022


Bass by Morgan Spaner
Saxophone by David Diongue
Piano by Jon Birkholz
Drums by Ian Vierra
Vocal Sample by Isaiah Winters
Mixed & Mastered by Nick Messite at The Old Quarry


"Snow Cover"
Album: 'YOU ARE HERE'
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Written & Performed by Micah E. Wood © 2020
Produced & Arranged by Jon Birkholz


Bass by Ari Pluznik
Drums & BG Vocals by Tom McLean (Modern Nomad)
BG Vocals by Jenna Balderson (Eyas)
Violins by Yu-Ting Wu
Cello by Zack Branch
Mixed & Mastered by Nick Messite at The Old Quarry


"All About You (feat. Not Charles"
Album: 'YOU ARE HERE'
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Written, Performed by Micah E. Wood © 2020
Written, Produced & Arranged by Charlie Thompson


Backing Vocals by Emily A. Salinas
Mixed by Thomas McLean
Mastered by Nick Messite at The Old Quarry

'A Hanukkah EP'
Written & Performed by Micah E. Wood and Ari Pluznik © 2022

Produced by Micah E. Wood
Mixed & Mastered by Nick Messite at The Old Quarry


"Take It Slow"  (Official Music Video)
Album: 'Micah E. Wood'
Direct & Animated by Pauline Tomasi
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Written, Performed, Produced by Micah E. Wood © 2019
Co-Produced, Engineered, Mixing by Mateyo at Moosehouse Studios


Bass by Corynne Ostermann
Guitar by Tom McLean
Backing Vocals by Jenna Balderson
Addional Drums by Thomas Yewell
Additional Engineering by Andrew Russell
Mastered by Sarah Register


"Ghost"  (Official Music Video)
Album: 'Micah E. Wood'
Directed by Samantha Mitchell

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Written, Performed, Produced by Micah E. Wood © 2019
Co-Produced, Engineered, Mixing by Mateyo at Moosehouse Studios


Bass by Corynne Ostermann
Guitar by Tom McLean
Backing Vocals by Jenna Balderson
Addional Drums by Thomas Yewell
Audio Samples by Ronin Wood, Jessica Harllee, & Heda Hokschirr
Additional Engineering by Andrew Russell
Mastered by Sarah Register

  • Micah E. Wood - Too High (Official Video)
    Lead Single off of Micah E. Wood's 2020 EP 'YOU ARE HERE' | Music Video Directed by Aaron Barlow
  • Micah E. Wood - Day2Day feat. Bobbi Rush (Official Video)
    Song featured on Micah E. Wood's 2020 EP 'YOU ARE HERE' | Music Video Directed by Samantha Mitchell
  • Ring Ring
    Lead single off Micah E. Wood's 2022 EP 'Ring Ring'
  • Adderall
    Song featured on Micah E. Wood's 2022 EP 'Ring Ring'
  • 2:30PM by Micah E. Wood
    Song featured on Micah E. Wood's 2022 EP 'Ring Ring'
  • Snow Cover by Micah E. Wood
    Song featured on Micah E. Wood's 2020 EP 'YOU ARE HERE'
  • All About You (feat. Not Charles) by Micah E. Wood
    Song feature on Micah E. Wood's 2020 EP 'YOU ARE HERE'
  • Micah E. Wood - Take It Slow (Official Video)
    Song featured on Micah E. Wood's 2019 self-titled album | Music Video Animated by Pauline Tomasi
  • Micah E. Wood - Ghost (Official Video)
    Song featured on Micah E. Wood's 2019 self-titled album | Music Video Directed by Samantha Mitchell

Graphic Design Portfolio

I've used design as a way to communicate with my community via event rollouts, fundraising campaigns, branding for shows, and virtual concert experiences. Graphic Design should be accessible and convey information as clearly as possible for as many people as possible.

Most designs made during tener as Marketing Designer at Creative Alliance in the Highlandtown neighborhood of Baltimore, MD (2017-2022).
  • Chiffon Poster | Creative Alliance 2020
    Poster for Chiffon's 2020 Virtual Concert live from Creative Alliance theater.
  • The Legendary Ingramettes 2022 Ireland Tour Poster
    Poster for Richmond's own The Legendary Ingramettes' 2022 Ireland Tour. Brought to you by Center for Cultural Vibrancy.
  • Laraaji live at Creative Alliance, 2021
    My intent was to have a joyful poster that represented the healing powers of Laraaji's ambient music.
  • Resident Info Session | Creative Alliance 2021
    Instagram Graphic for Creative Alliance
  • Poster Template Redesign | Creative Alliance
    During my time as Marketing Designer at Creative Alliance I was able to redesign their print/Instagram poster template. The redesign made it so anyone on staff even without design knowledge could cleanly crop any show poster and put online. All print only info was placed at the top and bottom of the design while the info needed for digital was always in the center of the composition so it wouldn't get lost in cropping.
  • Bombino Poster | Creative Alliance 2021
  • Sidewalk Serenades 2022 Relaunch Campaign
    reative Alliance believes that a Baltimore without live performances is a Baltimore without joy – and we won’t stand for that! As you likely know, working musicians, dancers, magicians, burlesque performers, aerialists, and other performance-based artists have had their gigs and their livelihoods cancelled for the foreseeable future. Join Creative Alliance in creating performance opportunities for these artists throughout Baltimore while simultaneously respecting the need for everyone to keep a safe distance.
  • Creative Alliance Print Calendar Redesign 2021-2022
    During my time as Marketing Designer at Creative Alliance I was able to redesign their bi monthly mailer. The intent was to still mail out the calendar but also have it designed in a way that people could view online or print out at home with ease.
  • Panorama Jazz Band Show Header | Creative Alliance 2018
  • Creative Alliance BOGO Membership Campaign