I’m participating in the 2013 Philadelphia Open Studio Tours – mark your calendars to visit spaces East of Broad on October 5th & 6th, and you can come visit me at The Cedar Works during the West of Broad weekend: October 19th & 20th. …
I just saw the headlines that Pennsylvania’s taken yet another step in this crazy rush of gas drilling, creating the possibility of fracking sites on state-owned college campuses…. For those of you who weren’t able to be in the streets of Philly for Shale Gas Outrage 2012 last month, here’s a recap of the event and some more on why, unfortunately, we still need to keep paying attention to this issue. Since our governor rece
This is my friend Lester. I photographed his wedding in Deep Creek Lake, MD last year, and now he’s up to some pretty special work in Latin America. I’d love to share some of that with you……
The most recent How Philly Moves shoots were amazing, with over 140 additional Philadelphians being photographed over the course of an intense three days of community dance photo sessions. The video above should give you a sense of what a magical weekend it was.
An update is on the project website, along with news about the permanent exhibit in the baggage claim, and of course the massive mural… at the airport is complete. The project’
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
Huge things have happened with How Philly Move…s, the community dance photography project that I started in 2008. The images that I’ve already taken are getting massive exposure thanks to the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, The Kimmel Center, and their generous supporters.
There’s a unique and urgent opportunitiy to build on this success. There are hundreds of people that have asked to participate; in order to be
The final community paint day for the How Philly Moves mural has been scheduled for Saturday March 12, 12-3pm at The Gallery at Market East.
I’m thrilled and honored to have my images of Philadelphians dancing reproduced five to seven stories tall and six buildings wide for all to see as they enter the city on I-95. I hope that you’ll consider joining the Mural Arts Program’s team of muralists in helping create this exciting ne…