Women in Architecture: Jane's Walk

Big news - Kendon Photography and Philadelphia AIA's Women in Architecture Committee are teaming up with Jane's Walk to offer a walking tour in Philadelphia. Details coming soon, but this event will be open to shutterbugs, architects, history buffs, fans of Jane's work, and everyone else who wants to tag along! I'm proud to be a female photographer in a male-dominated industry, proud to join forces with Women in Architecture, and even prouder to honor Jane Jacobs. Hope to see you on our Jane's walk.

Photography Charrettes: Gear up for spring shooting!

Did you know Kendon Photography offers portfolio review workshops? We'll review your firm's portfolio, identify what makes a photo match your brand, and talk about how to get more mileage out of your images. This workshop can be done with a small group of decision makers, or expand to involve the entire firm. We can also review your digital asset systems and recommend archiving software from the most basic to state of the art. Contact us for more information and to schedule your session!

Image feature in the Inquirer: Does Philadelphia need a law mandating affordable housing?

"San Francisco does it. New York does it. So does Washington. As their housing costs have skyrocketed, pricing out the working poor and making it difficult for even middle-income people to find affordable housing, those cities have adopted laws requiring new developments to include subsidized units for low-wage workers.

Now, a City Council member wants Philadelphia to join the club.

The difference, of course, is that Philadelphia already has some of the cheapest housing stock of any big American city." 

Read more by Inga Saffron and check out Kendon Photography images here.

Figment Phila: Join us for a participatory arts fest in Clark Park!

It's been a pleasure to be the producer of this year's  FIGMENT arts festival (along with an amazing partner, Bevan Weismann of New American Public Art.) FIGMENT is a free, inclusive, participatory arts event held in cities worldwide. Come down to check out the projects this weekend in Clark Park. I'll be there with a walkie-talkie in one hand and a camera in the other, find me and say hi! Everyone is welcome!

Thanks to Sense Us Philly for the photo and coverage of our project! They asked our production team, artists, and festival attendees how they choose to spend their hard-earned cash. Check out their blog for the responses.