Scott Kreilick is CEO and president of Kreilick Conservation, LLC, of Oreland, PA, a company that specializes in architectural restoration, conservation, and preservation of architecture, sculpture, and other objects. I’ve known Scott for years, but hadn’t seen him in a while. I was in the office at Philadelphia ‘s Historic Laurel Hill Cemetery a few […]
When it comes to blood-chilling fear, being locked in a cemetery isn’t quite on par with being buried alive. Still, I’d guess most people would opt not to be locked in a cemetery, given the choice.
My photography isn’t necessarily what one would call romantic, so it was with some trepidation that I agreed to enter some work in the February (Valentine’s) Show. Cupid and Psyche is not the Antonio Canova plaster sculpture from 1793, but a marble reproduction marking a grave at the entrance to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in […]
This is the maiden blog in a series on cemetery experiences I’ve had. It is a reasonable facsimile of an article I had published in the Oct. 2004 issue of Weird New Jersey magazine. In the 8 years I’ve been roaming around cemeteries, the first four were spent shooting angels. I bagged a good number […]
So you’ve been asked to present a eulogy or you feel you just want to. It’s quite a responsibility, to say just the right thing in just the right way. If you were close to the deceased, it’s that much more difficult, given the emotional ties. The purpose of this article is to familiarize you […]