I once again had the pleasure of shooting a show for the Boston New Music Initiative. Last night’s concert, Memory & Reflection, took place at the Longy School of Music and was another hit show!
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About two months ago, I received a call from Rachel Losordo asking if I could do a photoshoot for her that same weekend. The shoot was for the cover of Smart Tan magazine and I gladly accepted. While I have no interest in tanning (mine is natural), I do enjoy paid shoots–even more so when… Read more »
Here are a few more shots of the aftermath of Nemo. A few Engineers took to building tunnels and igloos in Cambridge!
This afternoon MIT and Harvard had an amazing snowball fight at Cambridge Public Library. I ended up joining the fight, so most of the photos below were snappped by my friend Michelle.
Remember Francy? She’s now a one-year-old and, to celebrate, she and her family stopped by for a photoshoot! We started out with a few shots on a seamless white backdrop before going outside for a few shots at the park. Finally, we simply let Francy play in the window sill, doing what babies do and… Read more »
If you haven’t already realized, photography is not my full-time job. No, I am a software engineer at Boston-based startup Kyruus. The thing I love about startups is that I get to wear many hats. Sure, I am officially a software engineer; but, sometimes I moonlight as a designer. Last week I got to play the… Read more »
Last November I shot a show at Middle East featuring a number of acts. Canary stood out. The song selection and vocals of lead singer Naomi Gillies made for an awesome set! If you’re in town, check out a show. In the meantime enjoy a few pictures from the show.
Yesterday, I worked with Anya on a set of makeup shoots. You may remember Anya from an earlier shoot at Castle Island. This time she was working as a makeup artist and four of her friends–Stacey, Elizabeth, Mia, and Shelly–stood in as models. Since the goal of this shoot was to produce shots that showed… Read more »
Early this morning I set out to capture the Leonids meteor shower. As is the case with most solar events, I learned about the meteor shower late the day before. (At least it wasn’t the day after!) The shower was supposed to peak from about midnight until 3 or 4 AM. I rented a Zipcar… Read more »