Laura S. Kicey is a photographer and artist based in Ambler, Pennsylvania. Kicey is a 1999 graduate of Kutztown University, where she studied graphic design and photography. Since 2004, her work has been shown in numerous galleries and museums across the U.S., and has been licensed by such clients as Architectural Digest, Urban Outfitters, Terrain at Styers, AMC Network, Lensbaby, Philly Weekly, and Pantone. Her photographs and digital composites can be found in several private collections and have been prominently featured in print publications internationally. Check out her website HERE and her Twitter feed HERE.
OK, we figured you might not believe that Philly is a great city for Art Deco architecture, so we sent Laura Kicey to shoot some of the most stunning examples around town > more
The faded beauty of the former Fourth Reformed Church in Roxborough, through the lens of Laura Kicey > more
Laura Kicey's unsettling photos of the old barracks housing at the Navy Yard, scheduled to be demolished December 27th to make way for South Port, a new multi-modal marine terminal. The suburban-style houses were used for training exercises by SWAT and demolition teams > more
Whitemarsh Hall was a Jazz Age palace of gargantuan proportions that stood for only six decades. Today, some of its remnants decorate a suburban subdivision built on the grounds of the estate. > more
For our money, there's nothing haunted about Eastern State Penitentiary, but there is something haunting about the decaying prison in these photos from Laura Kicey. Enjoy > more