Dream Jobs: Photographer
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David was a lawyer for the D.C. police department, and he loved it. But he decided to take a chance on something he loves even more.
Can you picture yourself here? David Lewis might be able to help. He's a lawyer-turned-photographer who specializes in real estate.
Lewis shows Newsy's Chance Seales around his dream job.
Urban Winery wanted to share the mystery of the winemaking process with the people of Washington, D.C.By Andrew Shafer / Newsy
George Washington University coach Jamion Christian finds success by making sure his players feel love and accountability.
Firefighters put their lives at risk to serve their communities. For many it's a dream job.By Megan Smith / Andrew Shafer
A Colorado web designer is at the center of a controversial case for refusing to design websites for gay couples because of her Christian beliefs.By Andrew Harnik / AP
The suspect will learn what charges prosecutors will pursue in the attack, including possible hate crime counts.By Parker Seibold / The Gazette via AP
The Brooklyn Nets guard has faced backlash for tweeting a link to an Amazon documentary containing antisemitic material.By Eduardo Munoz Alvarez / AP