Colonial Theatre Documentary

Posted on Jun 18, 2009 in Artifacts

This October, The Colonial Theatre, located in downtown Phoenixville, will celebrate ten years since reopening its doors to the public. To commemorate this momentous event, Miller Designworks offered to create, pro bono, a 15-20 minute film on the Colonial’s long history of community involvement. Built originally as a stage house, The Colonial Opera House opened […]

In a Different Light

Posted on Apr 23, 2009 in Artifacts

Here’s a bunch of shots I took using a digital infrared camera. It was loaned to me by a great photographer and our upstairs neighbor – Charles Bartholomew. Infrared cameras capture a different section of the light spectrum and are especially sensitive to plants. These shots were taken along the Schuylkill River and the French […]

Point of View

Posted on Dec 19, 2008 in Artifacts

A photographic gallery of urban archaeology. Photos taken around Phoenixville, PA. showing remnants of the turn-of-the-century industrial center. From the giant flywheel at the former steel plant to the interior of the Byrne Building knitting mill, the quadtone black and white shots show how taking a different point of view on things all around us […]