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  • Cover! 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.…
  • 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…

  • fall issue of colloquy

    I have had the fortunate experience to work with Harvard University for nearly five years. I shoot for a lot of schools in the Boston area, but Harvard has given me the opportunity to meet with some of the most forward thinking minds in the world. Over the course of a month, I photographed nine people…

  • alex pentland for deloitte review

    I was recently published in Deloitte Review for portraits I took of the most cited computer scientist in the world. Alex Pentland is also an entrepreneur, teacher and the director of MIT’s Dynamics Lab. I was only allowed twenty minutes to work with him in between talks he was giving at the MIT Media Lab. That is never…

  • 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…

  • recent publications, podcast

    What a better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day and Honest Abe’s birth than with an oyster knife through the heart? Our lovely models Adam and Erica helped bring this semi-ridiculous idea to reality. No, I guess it’s a fully ridiculous idea. It was another fun shoot with the best weekly Boston publication. Good ol’ Abe who’s getting…

  • life in the yard, colloquy magazine

    I was recently published in three different magazines over the past month: Colloquy, Architecture Boston and Spirit Boston. This post is about the shoot I did for Harvard’s latest Colloquy issue. The feature story is titled “Life in The Yard”. It was a different project than what I’m used to shooting for the magazine. The…

  • david koechner, dig boston

    I had the pleasure to work with comedian and actor David Koechner for Dig Boston. The guy is smart, hilarious and half a madman. If you don’t know him, he was Champ Kind from the Anchorman films. Being somewhat of a comedy nerd, I was so pumped to be able to work with the talented…

  • china

    I recently returned from a trip to Guangzhou, China. I was there for two weeks doing commissioned work shooting portraits, but also used the time there to work on my travel portfolio and street photography. I plan on doing a few other major blog posts about this amazing trip, but until then, please have a…

  • 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…

  • august boston dig spread

    I had some work of mine featured in the Dig This section of Dig Boston. This was initially shot when I was working on my portfolio on a cross country road trip in June of 2011. We stopped in Southeastern California, somewhere in the Mojave, and I waved this fellow down while he was making…

  • july 4th in acadia

    Over the July 4th weekend I went to Acadia, ME for some rock climbing, biking, hiking and camping with friends. I’ve found relocating to the wilderness and breaking routine is the easiest way to reset the brain. Instead of e-mails, editing pictures, client meetings and preparing for photo shoots, I let the outdoors reignite my…

  • 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…

  • june boston dig spread

    I had a featured spread in Dig Boston’s June for their Summer Issue. Such a joy to have work shown in the last free Newspaper in Boston. The shot was taken at Castle Island with a friendly local storyteller/wise-man.

  • boston globe

    Some photos of mine for Sweet Cupcakes in today’s edition of the Boston Globe. What a pleasant surprise.

  • 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…

  • jason stevens shoot, new book release

    It’s very exciting working with a company from the ground up. Jason Stevens is the founder and owner of TribalTLC, (Tribal) Knowledge, (T)each, (L)earn and (C)ollaborate. It’s a peer learning group geared towards acquiring survival skills for business, technology and design. Some topics are web design, SEO and running your business. He brought me in…

  • 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…

  • sandoval ranch & vineyard

    When I was in California, I made the trek up to Santa Barbara. I shot portraits of Dan and Arielle, a musical duo based in LA. You can see pictures from that shoot in my last post. I also documented what goes into making such delicious wine at Sandoval Vineyard. I now have a new…

  • Colloquy Magazine, Summer 2012, HGTV Magazine

    I was recently published in the Summer edition of Colloquy Magazine. I photographed three students all working on a documentary film with a similar theme, the theme being industrial decline. Fascinating topic and something I think anyone with a camera is naturally drawn to. Both still and video, cameras are created to tangetize(real word?) a…

  • Colloquy Magazine April ’12

    In April I shot my first assignment for Colloquy. It’s the alumni magazine for Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. I shoot people, I shoot places, I love shooting people in places. The location itself is a subject, but people respond strongest when another human being is present in the photo. Photography creates tangible…

  • Lifestyle Photo Shoot With Miss New Jersey USA 2012

    At heart, I am a minimalist. I frequently toss away things I own if I haven’t touched them in a year or longer. Too much clutter in life, as well as in the brain, is a burden a lot of people carry unknowingly. It’s important to take an honest inventory of your belongings, your gear,…

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