Archives for the month of: February, 2012

Mark Lorenzon in his home, Center City, Philadelphia, PA, 2.17.12

The Boom Room, Fishtown, Philadelphia, PA, 2.18.12

Disney dreams. Walt Disney World Fort Wilderness Resort, Orlando, FL, 12.30.11

Claire, retired stockbroker in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA, 2.17.12
First day shooting for the “Hard Times” project

What are you most excited about?
“At this stage in my life, not very much other than the fact that I do like to travel. Since I’ve lost my sight I enjoy books on tape.”

What is your greatest worry in life?
“My  great-grandmother, my grandmother and my mother  all had dementia or Alzheimer’s and that’s a tremendous apprehension that I suffer daily with. Dementia or Alzheimer’s is where you lose all memory. You have no memories. The early stages are asking questions and then two minutes later asking again. Repetition of asking the same question over and over again. If my memory serves me correctly, I remember that my mother once said to me ‘something’s not right. My head’s not right.’ I think she started to become aware of the lack of brain activity.”

“My World” assignment for Dr. Mendelson’s Documentary Photography class at Temple University, 2.14.12

Spoken word style artist statement of sorts.

Thanks to Dan Byler, Walbert YoungIan Darrenkamp, Alex Udowenko, and Michael Albany for contributing portraits to this montage. Must credit these in the final version when I’m not on deadline!

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Valentines at Broad Street and Girard Avenue in North Philadelphia, 2.4.12

“It is more important to click with people than to click the shutter.”

– Alfred Eisenstaedt

P.S. – This is my 175th post. First comment on 200 gets a print or two, loves.

Dan Byler, Mitten Hall, Temple University, North Philadelphia, 2.13.12

Some portraits from the Philadelphia Museum of Art / Fairmount Park, 1.30.12

A little bokeh photography never hurt anybody.

My Photo Seminar “Mentee” Dillon Mast, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 2.2.12

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