For an hour every Wednesday morning, City Paper’s editorial staff and art department meet to hash out the visuals that will accompany the stories you read in this paper. For assignment after assignment, I go to that meeting prepared with contact sheets to show the group the best of what I shot. Unfortunately, only a handful of photos get to live in print. But outside of that weekly meeting, I’m out on my beloved streets of Philadelphia, photographing the wide range of subjects we cover — from mom-and-pop shop owners in Eastwick struggling to stay in business to a plate of foie gras prepared at Le Bec Fin in Rittenhouse. In 2012, I was sent out on assignment more than 230 times. Click here to see some of the photos that didn’t make the proverbial “cut,” but miraculously are given new life in our inaugural issue of “The Photos We Didn’t Run.”
In 2012, I was sent out on assignment more than 230 times. These are some of the photos that didn't make the proverbial "cut."
The Photos We Didn't Run 2012
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