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A classic and timeless look. Simply beautiful.

Holgate, Long Beach Island, NJ, 5.26.12 for philly.com (full slideshow)

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Extra special thanks to Rebecca Barger who helped cull 99 potential images (out of hundreds of thousands) down to 20 for my Eddie Adams Workshop application portfolio! We included this shot, which was taken after shooting the first Occupy Wall Street eviction threat on October 14, 2011. Evolve.






Sixers Media Day, 12.14.11

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Forgot, or rather just remembered to put these photos up from the Eagles/Cowboys game on October 30, 2011.

Side note: Cannot wait for my new MacBook Pro to arrive! So pumped about how much more efficient I will be with editing, posting, distributing, etc. Life is good! Thanks to everyone who helped make it possible!

Thanks to Paige Mull, Emily Cosgrove, and Victoria Czarnik for helping out with the photos for this Philadelphia Daily News story.


Nymira Bryant and her new stuffed friend leap from the bleachers at Temple Corps Community Center, in North Philly, during the annual Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia holiday dinner, which was held on Sunday. The organization served more than 500 meals to homeless and underprivileged Philadelphians as part of its annual Christmas Campaign.

Photo of the day in today’s Philadelphia Daily News. Pick it up!

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The Philadelphia Police Department evicted Occupy Philly protesters from Dilworth Plaza at City Hall around 1am Wednesday morning so the city could move forward with a $51 million renovation project that is scheduled for the space. After nearly two months of 24/7 dissent, most of the remaining protesters linked arms and took to the streets chanting such phrases as ‘You can’t evict an idea’ and ‘Aint no power like the power of the people ’cause the power of the people don’t stop.’ Law enforcement officials on bicycles blocked strategic intersections and at times surrounded the marchers in order to prevent them from moving forward to certain locations, such as the Comcast Center and Rittenhouse Square. 52 arrests later the sun rose with no trace of arrest or revolution to impede the morning commute.


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

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






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.

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