Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Scott Strazzante worked at suburban newspapers before joining the Chicago Tribune in 2001. There, he was named Illinois Photographer of the Year an unprecedented 11 times, and was part of the Tribune team that won a 2007 Pulitzer Prize in Investigative Reporting. His work has appeared in National Geographic and Sports Illustrated. He now works at the San Francisco Chronicle. A two-hour photo shoot assigned to Scott in 1994 turned into a 20-year side project and his first book, Common Ground.
BP Miller is an award winning photographer, photojournalist and speaker whose work has been published in both local and national publications like The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Philadelphia Daily News, Rolling Stone, and The New York Times. Subjects in front of his lens include local families and businesses, as well as national and international celebrities, politicians, and dignitaries. BP is the former Mid-Atlantic Chair of the National Press Photographers Association, and a former board member of the Northern Short Course In Photojournalism. He can be found speaking across the country about non-profit photography as well as photojournalists' rights.
Since studying photography at the Maine College of Art, Megan Keller has been focusing her skills on weddings and portraits. What she loves most about photography is showing moments of joy and love; connecting the viewer with the subject to feel the emotions inside the photograph. Things that make Megan happy: her husband Bill, photography, pancakes, ice cream, and her cat Carlee.
Born and raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Rachel has always had a passion for art. She received a BS in Photography at Drexel University and has completed internships with various photographers and publications. She loves photojournalism and lifestyle photography, as well as volunteering, traveling, and music. When she doesn’t have a camera in her hand, it’s probably because she’s eating pizza.
Harrison had an on-again, off-again relationship with photography throughout high school but decided to settle down with it while studying journalism at Temple University. He hasn't looked back since. Harrison fell in love with the blend of technology and emotion that photography offers and uses both to create dynamic portraiture and event images. A hobbyist as well as a professional, you can usually find him playing around with a new style of photography in his spare time.
Yael graduated in the top ten percent of her class from Hallmark Institute of Photography. Ever since, her heart and soul has been dedicated to capturing portraits and weddings. Yael's goal is to highlight the connection between people, the emotions of a wedding day and the pride of a Mitzvah celebration. Yael has 8 amazing nieces and nephews, loves to run, and is always happier with a camera in her hand.
Patrick was born and raised in Virginia before moving to Philadelphia to pursue an undergraduate degree in media production from Temple University. Since then he's cut his teeth working in the many facets of photography and film production at home and abroad. His greatest regret was selling his first childhood camera, a Tasmanian Devil-shaped Polaroid. Always open to new podcast recommendations.
Karen was born and raised right outside of Philadelphia. She fell in love with photography while receiving a bachelor’s in Film and Media at Temple University. She focuses her skills on photojournalism and portrait photography. When Karen is not shooting, she enjoys creating designs for local businesses, rock climbing, learning to cook, and cuddling her cat Andy with her favorite cup of tea in her hand.
While not at all handy behind a camera, Michele Miller is well acquainted with leading strategy, creative direction, and content development. She oversees the Chorus brands and in the process, drives her husband, BP, crazy. In her other life, she is a leader in Content Strategy & Solutions Innovation at Adobe. Yoga, Pinterest, furniture rehab, anything DIY, and wine tasting pretty much occupy any additional free time.
We would be remiss to exclude our honorary office mascot and professional greeter, Murphy. He’s perfect for breaking the ice when clients come onsite and he’s hypoallergenic too! He’s been with Chorus since it was first founded and holds the tie-breaking vote among the founders. When he’s not scrutinizing our work, he’s plotting against his nemeses: squirrels, raccoons, deer, birds, bunnies, etc.