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gruelings of the fool’s loop

Our foolish acts occurred in part because we were misinformed and over eager. We popped a flight to Phoenix with a new set of wheels made for every cycling condition. I wanted to give the bike and my soul a stress test. This was the ride for that. The photo above was art directed by…

design museum magazine

I photographed the newest cover of Design Museum magazine! I had the pleasure of working with Amy Heymans, the CEO of Mad*Pow, a strategic design consultancy in Boston. Watch her HXR 2016 Design For Change talk on Empathy and Purpose here. 🔸 Amy was a pleasure to work with. We took photos inside her fun…

harvard colloquy winter 2018

Harvard Colloquy Winter 2018 I photographed Harvard Horizons scholar Shane Campbell-Staton at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. He was a wonderful man to work with and offered to give me a personal tour of the museum! Below are some other shots we took.

grab back art show

the grab back art show I was so happy to be a part of a pop-up art show on Wednesday called The Grab Back! It was all artwork promoting women empowerment. Read more about it on this Vanyaland article. 70% of the sales and 100% raffle went to Planned Parenthood. Thanks to everyone who joined…

ben gebo is best of houzz

I'm so happy to announce that Ben Gebo Photography has been voted "Best of Houzz" for FIVE years in a row! I can't thank my clients enough for giving me such great projects to work and collaborate on. Below are the photos that collectively have 35,000+ saves! You can view that work on Houzz here. The…

chicago reader, agenda magazine

I was contacted by the Agenda Magazine to do a portrait shoot of music composer and teacher Anthony Cheung for both Agenda as well as the Chicago Reader. This was my first time shooting portraits with the intention of having the images appear in two magazines. It was also my first job for both publications.…

harvard colloquy magazine

Photography is a balance of exploration and trusting your gut. I try to keep the amount of people on set small. When possible, it’s my subject, assistant and myself. The more photo gear and people involved can make anyone in front of the camera timid. I shot the majority of these with one light and a reflector. “Don’t…

burning man 2016

I have returned from the dusty city of Burning Man. This year has been the most colorful, sleepless, powerful, adventurous, saddening, heart-opening, loud, weird and beautiful week yet. After three years, I think I have finally found how to apply what I've learned at BRC to the default world, yet still trying to process the…

july musical mystery bicycle ride

improper bostonian

Recent portrait of mine in the Improper Bostonian! On-location in the Market Stalls at the Boston Design Center.