Art in the Time of COVID

The design team at the Science History Institute has been recognized for their really wonderful exhibit by Free the Museum which looks for ways to bring museum exhibits to people in the non-traditional time of COVID-19. I’m fortunate to have been able to work with these people who are thinking…

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New Video Podcast

I was happy to appear on “Hi, I’m Jason” with Jason Pollack and Justin Gonzalez to talk about these portraits. It was a really nice interview. This is a 22 minute excerpt from it.  Click here to watch on youtube On the episode before me they had two of the…

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Gallery Exhibit in the Works

I heard from Mariel Carr at the Science History Institute on 3rd and Chestnut that they’re interested in producing a gallery exhibit of photos from this collection in an outdoor exhibit. It’s really nice to think that people are thinking about ways to show art safely and also that people…

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test results saying SARS-CoV-2 Not Detected

My COVID-19 Test

Our local corner store had been closed, kind of conspicuously, for more than a week with a cryptic sign out front saying it was being cleaned. We’d been there a few times over the past month and the last time the owner had taken his mask off while talking to…

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Layers of Betweenness

As I do more photos I’m thinking more and more about what makes this different from anything else I’ve done — why is this different from Librarians or soldiers or anything else. Wrapping my head around the whys makes it easier, I think, for me to push through the doing. …

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In the neighborhood

Drive through testing centers are popping up all over West Philly. I photograph one of the first ones in Philly back in March and it was a big, strange deal — they were just figuring it out at the time and the hospital was excited to have me come by…

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