Thom Carroll

Thom Carroll

Thom Carroll is Photographer and Photo Editor for Based in Philadelphia, he is intrigued by how people live, interact, create and love. His photographs initiate communication, provoke thought and help contribute to the overall understanding of those living in cultural difference. He strives to maintain a healthy and positive lifestyle through his love of exploring and learning, biking, climbing, nature and yoga. Follow him on Instagram @Thom_Carroll.

April 27, 2018


PHOTOS: Athletes compete in the 124th Penn Relays

Photo gallery from the opening day of the 124th Penn Relays.

April 20, 2018


PHOTOS: Colorful Chinese lanterns shine at Franklin Square

Photo Gallery: This is a preview of the 2018 Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival at Franklin Square. 30 artists from China will spend over a month to create the massive park-wide display.

April 16, 2018


Photos: Supporters rally for Meek Mill during key hearing

Photo gallery: Supporters rallied in the street during a hearing on Monday for Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill. During the hearing, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner announced that he believes Mill's current conviction should be thrown out and he should be given a new trial.

April 5, 2018


Photos: Scenes from the Phillies home opener

The Philadelphia Phillies shut out the Miami Marlins 5 - 0 at the 2018 home opener at Citizen's Bank Park, Thursday, April 5. This is a gallery of the game.

April 5, 2018


Photos: Villanova's championship parade

Photo gallery of the 2018 2018 Villanova men's basketball in Center City Philadelphia.

March 21, 2018


Winter Storm Toby – in photos

PhillyVoice staff photographer Thom Carroll was out early Wednesday in Philadelphia as Winter Storm Toby hit the region. More images of the storm to come throughout the day:

March 7, 2018

Winter Weather

PHOTOS: The nor'easter known as Quinn

Photos from Wednesday's nor'easter, Quinn, that came through the Philadelphia and South Jersey region, March 7, 2018.

February 22, 2018

Mural Arts Philadelphia

Photos: New mural will celebrate the life of Octavius V. Catto in South Philly

Last summer, Octavius V. Catto became the first black male to ever be remembered with a statue on Philadelphia public property. That same influential man will soon have a mural in his honor near the location where he was assassinated on voting day in 1871 after working to register thousands of black citizens to vote. It was one block from where he lived at 814 South Street. 

February 13, 2018


PHOTOS: Philadelphia's iconic LOVE sculpture returns

Photo gallery: The iconic LOVE sculpture is retuned to LOVE Park in Center City Philadelphia during the 'LOVE on the Move' parade, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018.

February 8, 2018


PHOTOS: The Eagles championship parade

Photo gallery of the scene on the street during the Philadelphia Eagles championship parade.

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