The Faces of New Jersey Project: Jeremy


The Faces of New Jersey Project: Jeremy

Meet Jeremy, he is the fiancĂ© of Megan Steigerwalt. Jeremy goes on all of Megan’s photoshoots as an escort and sometimes even participates with props. In his spare time he likes to come up with new cocktails, play video games, and work on projects in photoshop. Jeremy would like to persue a career in either Graphic Design or Advertising. You can find Jeremy on Deviant Art here………

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The Faces of New Jersey Project: Ken Steinberg


The Faces of New Jersey Project: Ken Steinberg

Meet Ken, born in Brooklyn, NY. Ken worked for a Wall Street Company around the same time The World Trade Center had just opened. While attending school in Building 1 of the World Trade Center, Ken studied all aspects of International Trade. At the age of 29, Ken was relocated to Center City Philadelphia where he worked in the Penn Mutual Building. During this time Ken found himself living in the Echelon Apartments next to the newly opened Echelon Mall. Ken was quite the businessman, moving around in some big buisness circles of the International Trade Industry and was often a guest at the Legionaires Club. Ken has resided in many areas of South Jersey and has come to love the senior friendly atmosphere. Ken is a father, an active biker rider who is into excercising and technology. Ken can often be found utlizing the computers and internet services at the Pennsauken Public Library where he currenlty resides.

The Faces of New Jersey Project: Becky Beasley


The Faces of New Jersey Project: Becky Beasley

Meet Becky, born and raised in Cherry Hill. Becky moved to New York for college and spent nearly a decade there working in advertising. She was living the dream. Becky ended up moving back to Jersey and married the love of her life. They currently reside in Lumberton with two dogs and two cats. Becky and I first met while shooting our very first wedding as second shooters. There were a total of 4 photographer at that wedding. A bit overkill but it was a blast. While I stopped shooting weddings, Becky continued doing it on the weekends. She is a very talented graphic designer with a passion for photography. It was great having the opportunity to photograph Becky, she is such a kind soul and extremely photogenic. Please check out Becky’s Page and give her a like.

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