Archives for the month of: November, 2011


Aperture Agency presents EXPOSURE! A student photography exhibition and sale at Temple University, Annenberg Hall Atrium, 3-7 pm this Friday, December 2. Forget Black Friday, Cyber Monday nonsense. Come purchase a beautiful, one-of-a-kind print from the artist him/herself. What better [insert the winter holiday you celebrate here] gift than the unique art of Philadelphia’s finest? Support artists, beautify your space, express yourself.

Thanks to Jessie Fox for making the exquisite fliers above.

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Occupy Philly protesters Mary Miller and Jeffrey Watterson celebrate life at City Hall on Sunday, November 20.


Revisiting my images from the Dominican Republic in August for an exhibition with La Colectiva Mujer y Salud, to debut on December 15 in Santo Domingo, D.R. Stumbled upon this shot in the mix.


Cat Pulaski is spilling over, Burlington, Vermont, 9.24.11

Occupy Philly protesters march from home base at City Hall in Philadelphia to 30th and Market streets to demonstrate solidarity with Occupy Wall Street on the two month anniversary from the start of the global movement. November 17, 2011








Samantha Urbani and Lesley Hann of Friends at Kung Fu Necktie, Philadelphia, PA, 11.16.11

The Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News  Building Clock Tower
400 North Broad St.

“the 87-year-old bone-white building with the distinctive clock tower”
-Alan J. Heavens

The Inquirer and Daily News recently announced they will be uprooting the newsrooms that have lived at 400 N. Broad Street since the building was erected in 1925  in order to transplant the operation to the former Strawbridge & Clothier store at 8th and Market streets. Developer Bart Blatstein, who is also responsible for the renaissance at the Piazza at Schmidt’s in Northern Liberties, plans to convert the 18-story beauty of a building into offices, retail and housing space according to this article.


Despite having to use five blankets to keep warm, Occupy Philadelphia protester Tom Benson says remaining at City Hall through the rare October snowfall the previous night was worth it to demonstrate his dedication to the cause on October 30, 2011. He said he wouldn’t have wanted to be anywhere else that night than at City Hall watching the beautiful snow fall.

Hillary Petrozziello for the Philadelphia Daily News


Maid of Honor Tina Andrews holds Rhys Corcoran, the daughter of the bride, as she celebrates the marriage of Alicia Nauss and Adam Hill at City Hall in Philadelphia on November 6, 2011. The newlyweds met while volunteering at the Occupy Philadelphia information booth 32 days ago.

Hillary Petrozziello for the Philadelphia Daily News, Philadelphia Inquirer

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