Kenzo’s On The Move

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Theresa Stigale was born and raised in Southwest Philly. She earned a B.B.A. from Temple University in 1983. Theresa is a photographer as well as a licensed Pennsylvania Real Estate Broker, developer and instructor. In the past ten years, she has documented the loft conversion projects that she and her partners have completed in Philadelphia, from stately old abandoned warehouses covered with graffiti to vintage factories, some still active with manufacturing. Visit her web site at TheresaStigalePhotography.com.

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  1. Great pictures but your real estate development is destroying the very culture that you try and capture in your photos. The unwanted struggling people who still have heart, culture and raw talent, creativity and artistic imagination are being pushed out by your lofts and condos and replaced by yuppie wannabees who think a beard and tattoos make them part of the counter culture but we dont try and be different we just are. You are destroying this city of neighborhoods and communities, being form southwest you should understand, keep those bullshit condos downtown or in the burbs and leave the row homes to the real people so you can take more beautiful pictures.

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