Cranbrook Graduate Creates a Family and Art Space in Former Pickle Factory

Jaime Alvarez (Photography ’05) created a family space and art-photography business in a 19th-century former home of a pickle factory.  The story in the Philadelphia Inquirer about the 4,000 square-foot building in Fishtown are just where Alvarez and wife Leah Shepperd now thrive along with their infant son, a large St. Bernard named Seamus, and two indistinguishable orange cats named Chester and Lester.

 

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