Last year I created photographs during a fundraising event for The Lucky Girls! Here’s a photo from the event and below is a video of several photos. Here’s a bit about the fundraiser: The Lucky Girls Fundraiser is held each year to raise awareness and funding to benefit the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Girl’s Orphanage in…
Category: Multimedia work
Peace Day Philly, Part 2
Here is the link to Part 1. As I arrived in Philadelphia on Saturday, I felt excited to be part of Peace Day Philly. I wanted to capture amazing people who were showing their support for peace. My plan was to photograph the “Global Minute for Peace” that was being held at Independence Mall between…
Peace Day Philly 2013, Part 1
Peace Day Philly started two years ago. It was a small, local idea, spurred by a global initiative to celebrate and embrace peace in the world. I was one year old in 1981, when Peace Day was adopted unanimously through a United Nations Resolution. It stated that the day should be devoted to commemorating and…
Pittsburgh, Beautiful weather, and Bruno Mars
It was hot in Pittsburgh this week. But that didn’t bother me too much. I was so happy to return to the place I call home, even if it was just for a few days. It’s my home because it’s where I became who I am today. It made me into this person. I’ll give…
Master Debates @ 2nd Street Comedy Club
All photos ©2013/ Debra Schell Photography Please Do NOT steal my work 😉 More photos on my website. Taking the stage: Brendan Krick Manny Santiago Luke Stine Stephen Sudia Nino Rampulla Bernie Richards Hosted by Liz P Curtis Video on Youtube.
Measure For Measure, Shakespeare in the Park 2013
Harrisburg Shakespeare Festival’s Free Shakespeare in the Park MEASURE FOR MEASURE May 31-June 1, June 5-8, 12-15, 7:30 p.m. MORE PHOTOS ©2013/ Debra Schell Photography VIDEO
Looking at the past, seeing the future
Since I recently hit 10,000 views on this blog, it got me to thinking about how this all started. Why I started to blog, and how I developed my skills over the past two years. It’s been a long journey. I started blogging back in 2010 in another blog, Debra Schell. After a few months…
Erica Lyn Everest at First Friday
My favorite local jazz singer, Erica Lyn Everest, and her guitarist, Ken Geist performed during First Friday, while I was exhibiting my nature photography. She has an amazing voice and Ken is an amazing with the guitar. Check out this video I did of them last night!
First Friday Nature Photography Exhibit
Last night I participated in Lancaster Arts First Friday event. It’s great, tons of awesome art galleries and Lancaster has an amazing art scene. SO I was super excited when I got it all set up to exhibit at Lancaster Dental Arts, right around the corner from “Gallery Row” !!! Yes, I exhibited in a…
Erica Lyn Everest added to Lancaster First Friday event!
I am happy to announce that Erica Lyn Everest will be performing during the First Friday event in Lancaster in March! Here’s the flyer! Also check out this video I did while watching her perform at Stage on Herr~!
A night of improv
Harrisburg-based improv group The Oxymorons had a show at Stage on Herr in Harrisburg last night, here’s some photos from the event. Go to my website for more photos! Here’s a video from last night 🙂
Erica Lyn Everest @ Stage on Herr/ HMAC
Here’s some shots from last night’s concert featuring the beautiful and talented Erica Lyn Everest! For more photos, go to my website.
2012 in review
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 3,900 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 7 years to get…
Week 46: Music
My former boss’s band playing at the Blue Bird Inn in Cornwall !~ LIFE AFTER WORK Featuring Garry Lenton, Bob Bechtel, Jeff McGaw, and Max Naylor. Unplugged covers of songs by The Eagles, CSNY, Subdudes, Allman Bros., Jackson Browne, Van Morrison, Buddy Holly, Guy Clark, Bob Dylan, The Hollies, Jimmy Buffett, John Mellancamp, Old Crow…
2013 Exhibits Announced
My Views Exhibit Dauphin County Courthouse 101 Market Street, Harrisburg Pa., 17101 Now through January 31 Nature Exhibit Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg 913 South York Street, Mechanicsburg Pa., 17055 January 18 through February 52 Week Photo Project Homeland Center 1901 North Fifth Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 17102 April through June To view more work by Debra…
2011 in review
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,000 times in 2011. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people. Click here to…
My Year in Review 2011, Part 4
Continuing my year in review through photographs. If you missed the last post, click here, it covers July – September. October My friend Jen asked me to join her, and her family, on a camping trip in the beginning of the month. She and I took walks along trails in Trough Creek State Park, Pa….
Flash Mob at the Harrisburg Mall, Dec. 11, 2011
Dec. 11, 2011- At exactly 2:30pm on Sunday, December 11th, music started to play in the food court of the Harrisburg Mall. One by one, random people in the crowd took off their jackets to reveal a BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS t-shirt and started dancing to a routine choreographed by Zumba instructors Kim Quigley, Traci…
In Royalton, anger over boro’s response to flood
by Debra Schell / Press And Journal Staff : 10/7/2011 Video Photos Six years ago Amy Benner moved from Harrisburg to a home along the Swatara Creek in lower Royalton. Last month’s flood was her first disaster. The creek, which flows behind her home, filled the streets with water. “We were new to this. We…
Royalton residents pick up the pieces after the flood
Please go to this link for more photos in this week’s edition of the Press And Journal!
Royalton Borough- Flooding, Sept. 9, 2011
For more information, see previous post, here. Click here for more photos!~
Tri’ing for a comeback
By Debra Schell Press And Journal Staff On a warm, sunny Sunday, earlier this month, Highspire Police officer Ron Weber competed in his first triathlon on City Island. He finished ninth in his age group. Most athletes would be satisfied with that. Not Weber. “I made a lot of mistakes my first time,” he said….
A new racket gets hearts pumping
Bob Gerlach won a silver medal for badminton in the 75-79 age bracket at the Pennsylvania Senior Games in York last year. Since then, the Annville resident has picked up a new sport – Pickle-ball. “I like it so far, but I need to play more, to get used to it,” he said after his…
Keystone Multimedia Workshop – What I learned – Part 2
Continuing my two-part series on the Keystone Multimedia Workshop, the final day. Here’s a link to Part 1, if you haven’t read it yet. Saturday I awoke and headed downstairs for a smoke. I was pleasantly surprised when opening my door to find a copy of the Centre Daily Times, a daily newspaper covering State…
A day at the track, Multimedia
Multimedia project from Keystone Multimedia Workshop