Pictures and a video of a few artifacts collected by: The National Museum Of Industrial History and Bethlehem Steel(Bethlehem, PA), The New Jersey Transportation Heritage Center(Phillipsburg, NJ) and The Peoples Water Company Pump House (Phillipsburg, NJ). The Peoples Water Company Pump House The video uses music by Telegraphy. The track is called Someone In… Continue reading Wheels, Steam and Steel
Dropped Pianos at Bureau Brothers Foundry The name, pictures and video were all inspired by Tim Hecker’s album: Dropped Pianos. Music played in the video is by Kimiko Ishizaka: The Open Goldberg Variations Bureau Brothers Foundry was built in North Philadelphia in the 1870s and was one of premier art foundries in the States.
Punch Cards Are Everywhere: The Scranton Lace Company Once the largest producer of Nottingham Lace, The Scranton Lace Company was established in 1890 and remained in business until 2002 when the factory was shutdown mid-shift and abandoned shortly afterwards. In the pictures and video, you will see a teeny tiny part of the huge industrial… Continue reading The Scranton Lace Company
Carrie Furnaces are the only remaining blast furnaces in the Pittsburgh, PA area. The two furnaces(6 and 7) were constructed back in 1907 and remained in operation until 1978 according to Wikipedia. The site was designated a national historic landmark in 2006. Though the two furnaces are probably the most significant remains, other buildings are… Continue reading Rivers Of Steel: Carrie Furnaces 6 and 7 in Rankin, PA
North Philly = an abandoned neighborhood in an abandoned city…
The first meetup with Philadelphia Figure Study and Lighting Photography Workshop. The theme? A night to forget. The place: Fortress Of The Arts.
This was another Brooklyn expedition with NYC Photo Outings group last Saturday. We started at Smith and 9 street Subway Station(F & G) and roamed the streets of Red Hook. I managed to capture some video after the outing where the cloud formations were dramatic and quite fascinating.