Fen Branklin. Get yours at flagrantdisregard.com/flickr

Take a look at various chunks of the world through the eyes of a Philadelphia Dog Behaviorist.

Equipment: Canon Digital Rebel XT, Kodak Easyshare P850 Superzoom, Canon Canonet 28, Pentax Spotmatic SP

All images are for sale. Please send me an inquiry via flickrmail.

To find-out more about what I do for a living or if you'd just like to see some portraits of my dog clients, check-out The Philly Pack flickr profile.

Photos of Fen Branklin (9)

  • Two of a kind by Seven Morris
  • Jeremy and Donovan by Seven Morris
  • fen shooting me shooting him by Seven Morris
  • Stacy & Jeremy by Seven Morris
  • lunch with fen by Seven Morris
  • flickr friend fen, dog walkin' man by Seven Morris
  • flickr friend fen, picture takin' man by Seven Morris
  • Fen Branklin and the Dude by Seven Morris
  • Fen Branklin and the Dude by Seven Morris

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    Lucas Landis says:

    "Jeremy should be contracted for his images in the promotion of the city of Philadelphia. At the very least, his documentation of the city's ever-changing skyline will hopefully be preserved somewhere in the city's archives. He has an exceptional eye for architectural photography and capturing the inner workings of a city in all its beauty. With images like the one's by Jeremy, Philly should stand out as being more than just a city between DC and NYC."

    February 16th, 2008

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    oybay© says:

    "Thank you Jeremy for bringing my hometown of Philadelphia onto my screen on a daily basis.

    His use of color is stunning and his pics are always unique with a perspective of the "City of Brudderly Love" like no other."

    September 30th, 2006

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    kreet says:

    "jeremy's passion for philadelphia is evident through his photography. his photographic vision inspires me to see the beauty of my surroundings and to appreciate what may have previously seemed ordinary."

    April 4th, 2006

Jeremy Burger
December 2005
West Chester, Pa
Philadelphia, United States
Dog Behaviorist/Professional Slacker
The Philly Pack