About Laurence Kesterson
Laurence Kesterson is a staff photographer at The Philadelphia Inquirer. With more than 25 years of diverse experience, his career has included staff positions at small town dailies, service in the US Army as a photographer, and freelancing for wire services and commercial clients. His work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, Le Figaro, Le Monde and a variety of other publications.
In the days immediately following Hurricane Katrina, Laurence was part of the Knight Ridder staff assigned to the Biloxi Sun Herald, which was awarded the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.
- Occupation: Photographer
- Organization: The Philadelphia Inquirer
- Location: Philadelphia, PA 19333 USA
- Website: http://www.lkesterson.com/
- Was accepted for Jul 12-17 2009 Multimedia Training.
Digital media stories published elsewhere by Laurence Kesterson:
- Out of Retirement to Save Business 
Larry Kesterson (July '09) uses video to follow the story of a charismatic 80 year old CEO who has returned from retirement to bring his family chain of department stores back from bankruptcy. Kesterson is a photographer for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
- 25th Anniversary of the MOVE confrontation in Philadelphia 
Larry Kesterson (July '09) and colleagues at the Philadelphia Inquirer produced an extensive feature on the 1985 stand-off between police and the radical group MOVE. The altercation ended when the city bombed MOVE's bunker on a row home from a helicopter that resulted in burning an entire neighborh
Content on this site written by Laurence Kesterson (includes contributory writing):
- Berkeley Animal Care Services
- The City of Berkeley’s Animal Care Services (BACS) is a division of the Office of the City Manager. They provide a wide range of services to our cities’ residents and ...