Here are a few shots from a shoot a couple weeks ago. The models are my acroyoga partners, Courtney and Lilly. The shots were all taken at a couple locations at MIT. Despite the not-so-great weather, the shots came out rather well.
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This morning I awoke to a somewhat frantic email from a local marketing manager. Another local photographer was scheduled to shoot headshots for the entire office and had just canceled…after another photographer canceled the day before. Less than two hours later I’m in the office, taking portraits. The shoot took about 30 minutes for 15 employees. Editing took less than two… Read more »
I took a vacation to NYC at the end of March. I finally got to visit the High Line and Guggenheim Museum. I also made an impromptu trip to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). If you haven’t visited any of these locations, do it. Even on a rather drizzly overcast Saturday, the High Line is… Read more »
The great thing about being both a photographer and a software engineer is that I don’t need to rely on others to build my website. The bad thing about being both a photographer and a software engineer is that I have only myself to blame if development is too slow or otherwise not to my… Read more »
I was going to start this post with a bit of backstory regarding how I ended up in San Francisco. Half-way through my opening paragraph, I realized that it potentially gave away a few confidential details about Kyruus’ upcoming deals. Oops. Instead, here is the simple version. I was initially scheduled to be in town… Read more »
Back in May I posted photos of Michelle in New York City. Well, I have finally finished editing the non-Michelle photos, and I must say I am quite impressed. Normally, I don’t find my non-portraiture work very appealing. After all, I am my own harshest critic. However, these are some of the first architecture photos… Read more »
On Saturday the MIT Club of Boston held its annual skating party. Here is a GIF I made from a short burst of images shot during the event. This marks my first time using Photoshop CS6’s animation/timeline functionality. Creating this was rather simple with the aid of a nice tutorial.
Toward the end of last year I created a photography bucket list with various shots and projects I want work on. One of the items on my list includes a collection of photographs of all 50 state capitols. While I have a few shots of the Rhode Island and Massachusetts capitols, they don’t count because… Read more »
This past August I “starred” in a web commercial for the Olympus O-MD E-M1. I say “starred” because you don’t see much of me in the commercial (below). Regardless of my lack of screen time, I am simply excited to have taken part in this project and had the opportunity to play with the camera… Read more »
Last week, after being enticed by the in-store marketing video, I purchased a GoPro HERO3+: Black Edition along with headstrap and suction cup mounts. As with most impulse purchases, I had a bit of buyer’s remorse after actually using the product. My plan was to shoot some footage of Boston under a few conditions: sunset,… Read more »