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Chandra Lampreich

Chandra Lampreich became interested in photography in high school, and then continued her training at Antonelli Institute where she received an associates degree in photography. She specializes in architecture photography, and has a passion for shooting old, dilapidated buildings. Her photographs can be seen on Flickr here.

There'll Never Be Another U

There’ll Never Be Another U

April 19, 2013  |  Last Light

As the window appears to close on the opportunity for saving the SS United States, Chandra Lampreich squeezes through for a spectacular look at the spectacular ship > more

There's No Beauty Like St. Bonaventure

There’s No Beauty Like St. Bonaventure

January 28, 2013  |  Last Light

And nothing so vulnerable, either. Photographer Chandra Lampreich takes us inside > more

Still A Beauty

Still A Beauty

December 10, 2012  |  Last Light

Last moments for the Church of the Assumption? With demolition permitted beginning tomorrow, Photographer Chandra Lampreich takes us inside today > more

New Life for the Logan?

New Life for the Logan?

October 1, 2012  |  Last Light

Philadelphia's movie palaces have not fared well over the past 50 years. All but a few dozen have been torn down and nearly all the ones that are left are in rough shape. Somehow the Logan managed to survive, and thanks to the efforts of a local doctor, it's in surprisingly good condition > more

Still More Silence Inside The Mount

Still More Silence Inside The Mount

June 20, 2012  |  Last Light

You wanted more Mt. Sinai Hospital and we deliver with this photo essay by Chandra Lampreich. As an extra bonus, a vintage 2006 Philly skyline taken from the hospital's roof--"the top of the mount" > more