Portraits

Oh, the weather outside is frightful. And for most of us, that means battening down the hatches, pouring a glass of wine and figuring out what shows to binge-watch. But for this week’s Portrait, Steve Sosna, inclement weather means he’s donning an extra layer and running into the heart of whatever Mother Nature has to offer. As an NBC10 weatherman, this is the kind of stuff he’s prepared for. He also happens to be married to last week’s Portrait, Jonathan D. Lovitz.

Jonathan D. Lovitz has an impressive résumé. He is a senior vice president at NGLCC, the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce, and a regular commentator on MSNBC, CNBC, NPR, The Advocate, Out Magazine. He has spoken at or fundraised for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, The Trevor Project, GLSEN and the Democratic Party. He is also a respected openly gay actor and news anchor for Logo TV and other networks.

“Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.”

— Plato

Winona Wyatt is a multitalented Philadelphian full of charm and gaiety- and some interesting surprises.

“Sweet Love” was a hit song from songstress Anita Baker, but it could also be a job description for this week’s Portrait. Emory McLeod is a wedding and custom-cake coordinator at Cake Life Bake Shop. A charming young woman with a lovely and frequent laugh- and I found out just before we started our phone interview that her partner is Nima Etemadi, winner of The Cupcake Wars and one of my favorite profiles from a few years back. Sweet!

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