Axis Cov

Axis Cov. A People’s Liberty project by Emily Wolff to spruce up a foreboding underpass. Now this darkened part of Covington has visual interest and light.

Looking up in the Globe

Fellow fellows

From left to right (thanks to Megan for the photo): Tracy created a newspaper of resources and hopeful stories for those struggling with addiction. Me? I connected people to neighborhoods through photography. Brandon paired skilled retirees with aspiring home improvers to bring out the best in both generations, build relationships and beautify neighborhoods. Tamia connected […]

Tether Cincinnati

Tonight was the launch of the Tether Sourcebook, bringing together photographers, wardrobe stylists, makeup artists, hair stylists, models, creative directors, and fashion designers in Cincinnati and celebrating their work. There was a huge mountain of donuts so I didn’t take a ton of photos, but this was among the favorites.

A Wonderful Moment

So A Wonderful Moment happened and it was, well, wonderful. The ask was, find some joy captured in a photo and send it in with the story. Over 225 submissions later, the day drew nearer and it all came together. We digitally printed everyone’s photos and hung them on the walls with captions. And in […]

Noted

As part of the People’s Liberty Intermission, Sam Conover had an evening called “Noted.” She asked folks to send in “positive, uplifting words, quotes, reminders and doodles of why we do what we do” and then put them on Post-It® notes all over the space downtown.

Corps workout

I know exactly when posting starts to slip around here. It’s when I’m packing the days with lots of work. In this case, pulling together photos for an event where folks sent in a photo that represented “A Wonderful Moment“. Response was fantastic, in part because I think we’re in need of a little more […]

The Madisonville Edition

Though my Fellowship technically ended in March, I still had some ideas left to execute for PhotoCorps. One such thing was the concept of a “Neighborhood Edition” which would invite folks to explore a community throughout the year, bring together their photos and publish them in a collection. The first two editions focus on Madisonville […]

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