From it’s inception, How Philly Moves has been benefitted from a tremendous amount of community support.
Extra special thanks to:
- Ellen Reynolds Video for generating most of the video that you’ll find on this site and continuing to provide editing services, much of which has been generously donated in-kind to support the project. Additional footage has been captured by Nicole Ward, Cait Davis, Marlo Reynolds, Jos Duncan and Victor Garcia.
- Melissa Miller for generously donating web design services for How Philly Moves. For other examples of her work, visit JJ Tiziou Photography, EveryoneIsPhotogenic.com, or browse her website.
- Studio 34: Yoga Healing Arts, the Community Education Center, and The Painted Bride for hosting our photo sessions.
- James Penistion Sculpture for amazing support during the early phases of How Philly Moves.
- Anna Drozdowski / Ladybird Inc for invaluable consulting, community outreach and project management support.
- Deputy Mayor for Transportation Rina Cutler for conceiving of the Airport Gateway Project that led to the How Philly Moves mural project.
- The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program for the How Philly Moves mural project and all of their efforts on our city’s behalf, particularly Director of Special Projects Judy Hellman for her project management of the mural project.
- Jonathan Laidacker and his assistants Tjai Abdullah, Efrain Viveros-Herrera, Charles Newman, Laura Velez and Tom Walton for the execution of the How Philly Moves mural.
- Patrick Reynolds for generous assistance with early 3d modeling and Google Sketchup support.
- NextFab Design studio for providing 3d modelling and using their marvelous machines to build a physical 3d model of a section of the airport parking structures to support our approval process by the city’s art commission.
- Big Picture Alliance for their work on GATEWAY: an exciting documentary about the mural project.
The amazing volunteers:
- A wonderful team of volunteers has supported How Philly Moves in it’s many incarnations.
They are listed alongside the dancers: after all, we’re all dancers, aren’t we?