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Katrina Ohstrom

Katrina Ohstrom moved to Philadelphia nearly a decade ago where, constantly armed with at least one camera, she goes about her daily business and photographs anything that catches her eye. Her ongoing documentary projects include visual catalogs of the post-industrial wonderland that exists within the city she calls home, sub-sub underground experimental music and it’s players, and the humans behind the scenes in cat and dog show culture. In her spare time she enjoys, collecting animal skulls, conspiracy theories, gardening and long walks with her dog.

Reoccupy Philadelphia?

Reoccupy Philadelphia?

November 8, 2011  |  News

With Dilworth Plaza's renovation looming, we gauge the impact on Occupy Philadelphia, which seems likely to relocate across the street > more

Wayne Junction Renovation To Begin

Wayne Junction Renovation To Begin

November 2, 2011  |  News

Key transit-oriented-development and preservation of historic station to take 3 years and cost $30 million. > more

Let's Begin By Re-imagining

Let’s Begin By Re-imagining

October 14, 2011  |  Vantage

Katrina Ohstrom sits down with Teddy Cruz, who brings his provocative approach to West Philadelphia > more

Kensington Food Co-Op To Seek Retail Space

Kensington Food Co-Op To Seek Retail Space

October 13, 2011  |  Buzz

Seeking 50 more members, the co-op holds a film benefit this Friday night > more

Occupation Begins

Occupation Begins

October 7, 2011  |  News

Philadelphians return to City Hall, resurrecting the meaning and potential of public space in the city > more