Hedwig has seen a bit of a revival in recent years. The familiar themes of love, loss, betrayal, and a search for identity have resonated for fans across many years and incarnations. Both the show and the film have enjoyed cult followings, but it seems as though Hedwig is starting to (dare I say it) enter the mainstream despite her presence on the Fringe as she still is.
For the commencement issue of Pitt Chronicle, I photographed several outstanding seniors graduating from the University of Pittsburgh. First up is Brianna Kiesel, an all-star female basketball player who was drafted by the WNBA only a day after these photos were taken. Congratulations to Brianna! These photos appeared in the April 27, 2015 issue of…
Yesterday’s photo retrospective of Hop Along was such a success, I thought I would share a few more today (to celebrate Frances’ birthday! Happy birthday, lady!) I shot these ‘official’ portraits of Frances in 2009, although I somehow never got the full band together. Maybe someday we’ll try again. Until then, enjoy.
I shot these photos of student groups performing for Chancellor Gallagher’s installation last month, welcoming him to the University of Pittsburgh. Several of them appear in the March 16, 2015 issue of Pitt Chronicle and online here: http://www.chronicle.pitt.edu/issues/2015-03-16
Winter dragged on too long this year, but at least the snow made for a scenic campus. I shot these photos on campus at the University of Pittsburgh in January, and one of them photos appeared in the January 26, 2015 issue of Pitt Chronicle and online at http://www.chronicle.pitt.edu/story/scene-2
I shot these photos documenting Pitt’s MLK Day of Service in Wilkinsburg. They appeared in the January 26, 2015 issue of Pitt Chronicle and online at http://www.chronicle.pitt.edu/story/martin-luther-king-jr-legacy-service
These photos appeared in the December 8, 2014 issue of Pitt Chronicle and can also be found online here: http://www.chronicle.pitt.edu/story/chinese-nationality-room-teaching-inspiring
Chemical engineering PhD student Andrew Glowacki is dressed in blue scrubs, standing before a panel of judges and peers in Benedum Engineering Hall. Glowacki informs the audience that they might recognize him from the popular daytime television show “The Doctors,” despite a disclaimer on the screen behind him states that he is not yet a doctor, nor has he appeared on said program. Even so, the proposal he is about to present could easily pop up on the medical advice show in the future.