During FotoweekDC, I had the opportunity to photograph the Franklin School in NW DC in it's "before" state. This awesome building, built in 1869, has had an interesting past, and will soon be the home of the Institute for Contemporary Expression (ICE). I participated in their photo contest during the first slot of the day. When I got there, I had to sign a release and hand over my photo ID. There was no electricity and we got free reign to run around. I tried to make some shots with my DSLR, but I had much more fun (and luck, dealing with challenging lighting) with my ancient iPhone. More on Instagram @jillfoleyphoto -- enjoy!