Tyrone Isaiah Walls. Public Relations Major.



Emma Ross and Otto, the puppy. Early Childhood Education Major.

Emma Ross and Otto, the puppy. Early Childhood Education Major.



Tim Flaherty. 

Tim Flaherty. 



Tynisha Lonon. Media Studies & Production Major. 

Tynisha Lonon. Media Studies & Production Major. 



My good friend, Aaron Cohen. UArts Student, and founder of FreePlay Clothing.

Check em out over at:  http://www.freeplayco.com/

My good friend, Aaron Cohen. UArts Student, and founder of FreePlay Clothing.

Check em out over at:  http://www.freeplayco.com/



This gentleman did pose for me, Zhang Taijia. Hospitality Major.

This gentleman did pose for me, Zhang Taijia. Hospitality Major.




New Semester, New Subjects.  I hope everyone enjoyed their snow day, I managed to fire off a few shots before Temple closed campus on Tuesday.  Not too many people wanted to pose for photos so I hope you’ll all enjoy these candids! If you knew em, comment their names!

See ya on campus.



I am honored to have been invited to participate in this iconic photograph.  Inspired by XXL’s classic “The Greatest Day in Hip-Hop” photo, “Uncool Chuck” had the idea to recreate it with Philadelphia’s own generation of forward, creative thinkers.He states,
The reason I chose to embark on the project was because I wanted give a visual to the ideas of unity and positivity. I also wanted to do something that could represent the growing, creative sub-culture of Philadelphia. Gathering all of those creative and influential individuals in one space at one moment in time to capture a photograph is not only historic, iconic and legendary, but is also a testament to the willingness of people to set aside what they have going on in their respective lives for the sake of something positive. The main goal i want to come from this project is to shine a light… or brighter light on the creative and artistic individuals of Philadelphia. Also, I hope the photo stands the tests of time and that it not only becomes an example to Philadelphia but to people everywhere; that through unity and positivity almost all things are possible.” - @Uncool_Chuck
Photo Credit: Darren Burton

 I only had my 35mm film camera on me, so the portraits of everyone’s unique style will have to wait for my roll to be developed, but I am so excited to see how they turned out!

I am honored to have been invited to participate in this iconic photograph.  Inspired by XXL’s classic “The Greatest Day in Hip-Hop” photo, “Uncool Chuck” had the idea to recreate it with Philadelphia’s own generation of forward, creative thinkers.He states,

The reason I chose to embark on the project was because I wanted give a visual to the ideas of unity and positivity. I also wanted to do something that could represent the growing, creative sub-culture of Philadelphia. Gathering all of those creative and influential individuals in one space at one moment in time to capture a photograph is not only historic, iconic and legendary, but is also a testament to the willingness of people to set aside what they have going on in their respective lives for the sake of something positive. The main goal i want to come from this project is to shine a light… or brighter light on the creative and artistic individuals of Philadelphia. Also, I hope the photo stands the tests of time and that it not only becomes an example to Philadelphia but to people everywhere; that through unity and positivity almost all things are possible.” - @Uncool_Chuck

Photo Credit: Darren Burton

 I only had my 35mm film camera on me, so the portraits of everyone’s unique style will have to wait for my roll to be developed, but I am so excited to see how they turned out!



celanderine asked:
i adore this blog! i think it's such a lovely idea, as college fashion is beautiful, and such amazing fashions can be seen around temple's campus, and i often would think "they should be captured!" thank you for making this blog, it is so sweet!




datbithc asked:
your blog is dope! i hope one day im sawgin enough to make it here

Thanks! I hope to someday photograph you.





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