Gina and Tori were married on Friday
Matt visited Philly Foodworks on Monday. They rent out space to food producers in the city. He needs to move his micro green operation out of the garage and into a different place and he’s considering renting from Philly Foodwork’s warehouse.
Kensington Soccer Club was started by Jim Hardy, a teacher at Kensington Health Sciences Academy and Kensington resident. The goal of the club is to unite the community by providing an opportunity for students not only to learn to enjoy a sport but also be connected with a network of resources. On Saturday I got to go to the U5 practice.
This morning I met up with Alex Monsell, a pretty acomplished 19-year old theater major at Temple University, to take some head shots for him.
Some photos I took Wednesday for a brochure that Gregg Wolfe, CEO Kaplan Leaman & Wolfe, a court reporting firm, is putting together.
Media entrepreneur and Temple Board of Trustees member H. F. “Gerry” Lenfest gave the first of Provost Hai-Lung Dai’s lecture series on Thursday.
Campo-Formio, a three piece that I met in Puerto Rico last March, played in the dark basement of West Philadelphia’s Nachohouse last weekend.
Evan Ediger of Temple Men’s Gymnastics stands in front of the Student Pavilion where he first heard in December that his team would be terminated at the end of the semester.
Yesterday Temple Men’s Track held its last home meet ever.
Some shots from the Ortiz’s wedding yesterday.
Some shots from Chris and Shayna’s wedding on Saturday.
Had fun yesterday photographing Lutti in the garage with that late afternoon sun.
Brian McTear is the executive director of Weathervane Music, a local organization that’s aiming to promote up-and-coming/underground artists mainly by way of their series, “Shaking Through,” a video that shows behind the scenes footage of how a band goes about recording a single or song.