Greg Nickey just points and shoots, but what he sees behind that lens is art beyond words.
The self-taught photographer has won every award you can picture.
Among his biggest accomplishments -- showing off his Ravens Parade of Champions pictures at the Lorien Mays Chapel Nursing and Rehab Center.
In the audience was his 97-year-old grandmother.
Greg has cerebral palsy. He's as big a champion as the Baltimore Ravens as he brought the Ravens parade to the young ladies at Lorien who couldn't make it to the city for the festivities.
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