There’s a lot to be said about a man from the photographs he takes. Small glimpses of inner thoughts, interests and aspirations come flooding out from behind his viewfinder when we look closely enough.
As one of the first to visually capture our Fraternity’s history, Founding Father William ‘Billy’ Phillips had a keen eye and used his skills to document our Fraternity’s heritage, making it a point to capture and share every possible moment of SigEp’s growth and development.
Uncle Billy’s camera, which sits on display on the first floor of the Zollinger House in Richmond, tells the story of a dedicated servant who worked tirelessly to make our Fraternity the giant that it is today. As current members today, we have the same opportunity to tell our Fraternity’s story through social media, articles, photos and great video work.
What stories does your chapter tell?
Robert Pitt is marketing and communications intern at Sigma Phi Epsilon Headquarters. After graduation, he hopes to pursue a career in commercial advertising.