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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.

What's In A Name?

What’s In A Name?

October 5, 2011  |  Last Light

Beach Street, along the Delaware River just north of Penn Treaty Park, through the lens of Katrina Ohstrom > more

Watery Graves

Watery Graves

September 30, 2011  |  Vantage

The surprising fate of the gravestones of Monument Cemetery. They can be seen at the foundation of the Betsy Ross Bridge at low tide. > more

Warnings, Exhortations & Requests

Warnings, Exhortations & Requests

September 22, 2011  |  Last Light

Katrina Ohstrom documents the street signs of Kensington (plus one from Ridge Ave.) in this photo essay > more