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    Fuji @ Assembly Row, Somerville, MA Designer: Studio Eight Photographer: Ben Gebo
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    Fuji @ Ink Block, Boston, MA Designer: Studio Eight Photographer: Ben Gebo
  • studio eight – fuji woc

    Fuji @ WoC, Quincy, MA Designer: Studio Eight Photographer: Ben Gebo
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  • Ben Gebo wins 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…
  • magic, interiors & new england home

    I was featured throughout a recent issue of New England Home and the last issue of Harvard’s Colloquy. I sat in on two classes at Harvard. One was a book making class at the Widener Library and the other was a class called “Con Men, Neuroscience and Magic: How the World of Illusion Can Inform Our Understanding…

  • id boston

    I have been working with the Boston Design Center since Jamestown has acquired the building in 2013. It’s gained a lot of creative growth since I’ve had the privilege to work with the amazing people there. Since our partnership, I have shot everything from portraits, architecture, still-life and events for them. In addition, I get…

  • brown/fenollosa architects

    I had the pleasure to with Brown/Fenollosa Architects. They’re based in Arlington, MA and had me photograph a couple of commercial projects they recently finished. The first location was Bigelow Daycare, located in Somerville. With it’s bright windows and colorful, spacious interior, it was a lot of fun to take pictures in. It’s not often…

  • boston globe magazine, nantucket

    I recently had some residential interior work featured in Boston Globe Magazine in the Style Watch section. The kitchen was the main focus as well we the backyard patio. Below are the other shots I’ve done for PEG Properties, who did the building and interior design work. Marni Elyse Katz wrote the article, give it a read…

  • colloquy, summer ’13

    One of the biggest and most fun projects I’ve worked on for Harvard was shooting portraits of the Harvard Horizons PhD student scholars. I needed to shoot dynamic environmental portraits of eight selected students, all of whom worked in varying fields. Below are the tear sheets and selected portraits of each scholar. I was limited…

  • architectural digest, real simple

    I recently had some of my work shown on Architectural Digest’s website. I photographed a bathroom for Emily Pinney in Sudbury, MA. She submitted the project to the magazine for a renovation contest held throughout the U.S. We didn’t end up winning, but it’s still great to be able to get my photography shown next…

  • new england home

    This month my photography was featured throughout New England Home Magazine. My work with Mandarina Studio appeared in the Metropolitan Life section of the May/June issue. It was a fun experience taking photos for interior designer Amanda Reid in this Cambridge home. I have had the pleasure of working with her for multiple projects over the…

  • evelyn & angel’s, childhood memories

    A new candy store opened up in Cambridge. Mandarina Studio did the sleek, refined interior design work and the packaging design for everything in the store was created by Ferraro Studios. It was really a perfect team that Yalonda put together to help sculpt her company’s image. Yalonda is a lawyer by trade, but decided…

  • colloquy magazine, fall ’12

    I had the pleasure to work with some inspiring people in the latest issue of Colloquy magazine. Scott Lee has done fascinating things since his 2003 graduation, mostly focusing on South African and Indian community health, although he does place interest in US healthcare. His work centers around engaging communities to operate more safely and…

  • Ivy & Piper Magazine

    I was just recently published in Ivy & Piper, an Australian Interior Design magazine. I shot this home for Annsley Interiors when she completed the project recently. This is the first time my residential interior photography made a cover and I couldn’t be more pleased. It was a light and airy summer home where you wanted…

  • An Inviting Cambridge Residence

    This Cambridge home looked modest from the outside, but inside popped with a vibrant life. This house had beautiful wooden floors, both upstairs and down, which added a comfortable feel and helped accentuate some of it’s more modern delights. The colorful artwork in every room and hallway gave the space flavor and the white walls…

  • BSA Space IN FORM

    On February 9th, I was able to visit the new location of Boston Society of Architects on Congress Street in downtown Boston. I documented the IN FORM exhibit which was officially opened to the public with a kick off event. From the street, you can see the giant green stairs designed by Howeler + Yoon Architecture.…

  • A Modern and Welcoming Medford Home

    I recently photographed a Medford home for Hampshire House Design. The entire shoot was done in one day and was fueled by collaboration, coffee, and background music from Miles Davis. We were aiming to get straight architectural photographs of each room as well as details throughout the house. We needed to get shots in the…

  • Sweet Cupcakes

    A cupcake store is hardly the worst environment for taking photographs. These sugar dense, nutrient lacking cupcakes are conducive to permagrins from a cold hard sugar shock you’re vaulted into after sucking back three of these exceptionally designed cake chunks. I worked in a bakery when I was younger, I remember Day One. We were allowed to “test”…

  • Hi-Rise Bakery, Cambridge

    I recently worked with PRE-CON Construction a few weeks ago. A project they recently completed was the the Hi-Rise Bakery Cafe, second of two locations in Cambridge. It was a complete remodeling with a unique design for a Cafe, take a look at the wooden ceilings. I also love the table and chair design. The…

  • Pre-con Construction

    I recently did some work with Pre-con Construction, based out of Boston. It’s a company that does historical restorations, residential and office renovations, as well as many other kinds of construction. It was a long, but fun project to work with them as well as Visual Dialogue, who created the website. I’ve posted some photographs…

  • Keep Your Camera On You

    One of the reasons photography fascinates me is because the field is always changing. There are always new trends that come into the photo world, much like music, fashion, anything else, really. I think it’s just a natural cycle all art forms encounter. I think the key to being a good photographer is to shoot…

  • British Airways Contest – My England and France Trip

    Europe was the bee’s knees. The only issue about going there was that I wanted to also travel to other countries that I’ve always wanted to go to once I set foot. I have a lot of stories to tell, but I’ll just give the lowdown. The purpose of this trip was to shoot a…

  • Business Practices, British Airways, The Wine Bottega

    I’ve always had the internal debate on what photography is, methodically. If we capture a candid moment out of being in the right place at the right time, is that the same thing as constructing a visually stimulating photograph with complete creative control? I think a good photographer has to know both and of course…

  • Stuff Magazine and Staying Motivated

    I find myself getting inspired from everything around me. People. Shapes. Color. The world is your playground, why not use it for any and all photographic purposes as well? I find that to maintain a connection to your creative self, you need incorporate a delicate balance of work and play with what you love to…

  • The B(oNE) Show, Emerge and g2o Spa/Salon, New Things

    I recently attended the B(oNE) Show which was held at Mass Art on June 11th (I know, a month late). This is a yearly event that showcases numerous pieces from a Graphic Design competition by the AIGA Boston. I helped with shooting events and the catalog. It was a rewarding experience and worked with some…

  • Nikon D700, Photographer Jon Woolf

    I’ve been traveling all over the place, even though my ties have kept me restrained in Boston mostly. I recently went to New York to shoot the band DeVotchKa last weekend, that was a blast. It was a great show and I got a lot of good pictures, take a look at my website(www.bengebo.com). I…

  • First one!

    First blog! Hello everyone out there in internet world, I’m here to jump into the blog pool, everyone tells me it’s warm. Let me just state that I’m a photographer from Boston, Massachusetts and am basically going to use this Blog as a way to show my current projects and artwork to get critiques and feedback…

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