Documentary-Style Video Production

Residents and community organizations gathered at Womrath Park in the Frankford neighborhood of Philadelphia to rake leaves, pick up trash and contribute to a growing sense of community in the area. Organized by the office of State Rep Joe Hohenstein, 177th District. Photos available at www.chrisbakerevens.com.
 
The PMA Bike Ride is a pizza party on the streets of Philadelphia to let people who are hungry know they are not alone, and to give them something tasty to eat. PMA Bike Rides occur regularly in Kensington, Center City, and West Philly, handing out free pizza, water and warm clothes and blankets (during the Winter). The video was selected for the 2018 Bicycle Film Festival in New York City.
 
Lives on the Line is a photographic and multimedia documentary project focusing on local residents resisting the Mariner East 2 pipeline. The project builds on a previous photo essay, Climbing Trees to Save the World published by WagingNonviolence.org in June, 2017. The project combines environmental portraiture and photojournalism capturing portraits of residents and photojournalistic images of their work. Portraits will be made at locations of significance to participants such as homes, schools, parks, libraries, offices and other places of public use impacted by construction, or risk of leak or explosion. Photojournalistic images may include details of people engaged in protest, pipeline equipment and landscape photography of impacted areas.
 
After 3 years of small changes by PECO, Philadelaphia's electric utility, the Power Local Green Jobs campaign is demanding big change NOW! Ratepayers paid one penny on their electric bill to signal their frustation over PECO's "small change." The action included members from Philadelphians Organized to Witness, Empower & Rebuild (POWER), Earth Quaker Action Team (EQAT) and local Philadelphia residents.