Shooting for a Good Home

“None of us are home until all of us are home.” — Project HOME

Over the past decade and a half, we’ve had to opportunity to photograph dozens, if not hundreds, of homes. From Manhattan to Miami to Monteray, most of the houses we’ve been hired to shoot fall into the “high-end luxury” category.

Project_Home_005It was especially gratifying, then, to do a shoot showcasing homes for those less fortunate. Project HOME has been helping people break the cycle of homelessness and poverty in Philadelphia since 1989.


Instead of shelters for the 6,000-12,000 homeless in the city, Project HOME provides a variety of housing options, from entry level “havens” to permanent abodes, all with support services aimed at getting people back on their feet.

Project_Home_062Some of these buildings are right in the middle of Center City, some are in less robust areas, but all are well-maintained and welcoming. Mark used his signature photo stitching and pole techniques to capture vantages that best showed off each location.

Project_Home_051Project HOME is currently adding to/revamping its website, which is where these images will end up. It was a pleasure to provide photography for an organization with such a good cause at the heart of its mission.



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