Bill Hebert’s 2014 Year In Review

2014 offered a veritable showcase of dancers and dance companies in the Greater Philadelphia region.  I have tried to gather my favorite moments that I have captured this past year for this review.

The year was an especially tough one for me, losing a close family member and subsequently being away from what I love doing most. I was not able to capture as many dancers/companies as I would have liked, but still managed to get in an awesome variety of special moments. Photographs displayed were from live stage performances, rehearsals and a few outdoor venues as well.

To everyone who has followed my photo column throughout the year here on the Dance Journal and to those of you joining us for the very first time, I thank you for your support and wish you the very best for the New Year!

I hope you enjoy these moments, please comment away with your thoughts about the images, my photography, feelings the images brought to mind or just sit back and enjoy.
—Bill

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3 Comments

  1. Awesome work – as always! I’ll tell you what, it sure doesn’t look like a lean year to me. The breadth of artists and of course, quality of the work looks like TWO years, not a somewhat distracted one.

    You have a real gift, although I know saying that devalues how much time and hard work you put into your craft. Let’s talk ONE marketing/publishing idea for 2015 – just one! Why not? You never know…

    Happy, healthy New Year.

  2. WOW Bill! Fabulous photos!!! Loved the pix of Koresh, Sharp, MM2, Ballet X, Dancing Dead by JUNK, Meredith S. COATS, and many more. Brought back many great memories of a great year for dance in Philly in 2014. Doesn’t look like you missed much at all. Some pix really made me wish I had seen a few of the performances I missed (& I don’t miss too much).
    Thanks so much for sharing these wonderful photos.
    Take care, Bob Oliveti
    Also, very sorry to hear you lost a close family member. I was not aware of that previously. My sincere sympathy.

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