What happens when you take some of Philly’s finest dancers and throw some cars at them? If it’s Kate Watson-Wallace’s crew, it’s awesome. I really enjoyed photographing her piece ‘CAR’ in 2008, and if you dig these images, you might be interested in backing her kickstarter project…- it’s down to the wire!
That’s Morgan – his class at Studio 34 yesterday brought some great laughter, a few tears, and a whole lot of intensity. Highly recommended.
Morgan, like several of the other great teachers at Studio 34, trained under Ana Forrest; he just came back from a 9-day training with her and speaks of it as a transformative experience. Conveniently, she’s coming to Philly soon.
Ana will be teaching four special workshops… at St
If you’ve driven by the airport recently, you might have noticed that my images of dancing Philadelphians are starting to appear on the parking structures at terminals C & D. Lead muralist Jon Laidacker and the rest of the team from the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program are hard at work installing the How Philly Moves mural….
In just a few months, 50,000 square feet of images will unfold across six buildings, five to seven stor
Don’t miss the How Philly Moves projection project at the Kimmel Center, from dusk to dawn through May 1st as part of the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program‘s collaboration with the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts.
The three hours of randomized content includes every single dancer… who has participated in the project to date. The projections feature How Philly Moves images alongside stop m
It’s been over two weeks since an amazing 617 backers came together, raising $26,270 to help fund the continuation of How Philly Moves through a successful Kickstarter campaign. This tremendous response is a huge step on the way to my dream of creating positive imagery with community support. The next round of photo sessions are tentatively scheduled for September. Make sure to join the mailing list… on the How Philly Moves si