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  • Travel + Leisure

    I had my first feature in Travel + Leisure magazine! This was for a shoot I did for Sam Adams where I captured the first hops that went to space. The new beer is being used for their new IPA Space Craft. Below is the article if you’d like to take a look. I’m stoked!…

  • Cycling Boston to Cleveland

    Cycling Boston to Cleveland Biking Boston to Cleveland. We’re currently on day five riding the Erie Canal Bike Path. It’s stunning and a true joy to ride this well-maintained route. We’re averaging 85 miles a day. Yesterday we did 105. 🔸 Why am I doing this? A practice of radical self reliance. A focus on…
  • Living Etc Feature!

    I was just featured in the wonderful magazine Living Etc! This was a project I shot for Georgantas + Design in Newton, Ma. Over the span of two long days, we captured the entire house. There is so much to show and below you can read all about it. Have a look at the original…
  • New Video! Juggling In The Park

    Juggling In The Park with Drew During the 2020 quarantine, my friend Drew and I went out for a socially distanced bike ride. We stopped at a park where he taught me how to juggle. I am still awful, but he is unbelievable. I made this short and fun video of him as a thank…

  • Creative Mornings Feature!

    Creative Mornings Feature! Today, I was featured on the Creative Mornings Profile on their newsletter as well as the homepage. I couldn't be happier that they decided to promote my work! I got a message from my friend Kenny on Instagram who first told me about it. Happy to say, it was the best news…
  • Cambrige Before/After

    Cambridge Home Retouching Before/After I am a porch man. Also a front door man. And a lamp man. And a coffee table man. Photographed for the super talented Sam Kachmar Architects back when life was green. It will be warm and green again as sure as the sun rises. If you find here and now intolerable,…
  • Burning Man, Portland & The Sierras

    California So much has happened in the past month and a half. All of which is helping realign my values, shape who I am and how I’m moving forward. I am slowly integrating the lessons I’ve learned from mother ayahuasca, burning man, solo time in the mountains, the new relationships I’ve built and the fortifying…
  • October 2019 House Beautiful

    House Beautiful Feature I recently had my photography featured in House Beautiful. It was for a two day photo shoot in Martha's Vineyard for Georgantas Design + Development. Below are some quotes from the article article written by Jennifer Blaise Kramer, to give you a deeper insight into the fun project. This is something I've…
  • Climacell Portraits & Behind The Scenes

    Climacell Portraits & Behind The Scenes October 11, 2019 A quiet moment captured of me in between photographing fifteen people for @climacell. You have all the time in the world if you let yourself have it. 🔸 I’m getting prepared for another intense portrait shoot for @dunkin on Friday at their HQ in Canton, Ma. It’s something…
  • Polaroids, California, Portland & Burning Man

    Polaroids, California, Portland & Burning Man As I write this, I am still collecting scraps of myself. I leave a little of my life force in the dust every year before heading back to the default world. Take it easy, no need to rush. After a chaotic week with little sleep, deep connections forged, friendships…
  • Grueling 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…
  • Cover! 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

    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.
  • 2017 Photographs

    Selections from 2017 First post of 2017! The odd years are best. I started today off with sunshine, cycling, breakfast tacos and a self tour of Providence. This city is filled with historic gems of all kinds. Documentarian Ben Shaffer 2 of 2. The second photo in this series with Ben shot for Harvard University’s…

  • 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…
  • Gardner Museum

    I was recently commissioned by the ISGM to capture refreshed imagery for their promotional and commercial needs. This was taken at most their recent Third Thursdays night. The rules there are no tripod and no flash. How do I shoot in dark spaces with such limitations? I used high ISO, leaned on walls for stability…

  • 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…
  • 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.…
  • 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.

  • shooting on-location in brookline, ma

    I was shooting a beautiful home in Brookline today. Thought I would share a snap from the fun!

  • galapagos

    For Christmas and New Year's, I traveled to Ecuador to visit the Galapagos Islands. It was Act I of my three part trip in South America. I snorkeled with turtles and sea lions, visited lava caves, ate fish caught an hour before, met amazing travelers and had endless synchronicities. The main purpose of my trip…
  • idyllwild, ca

    I recently returned from a few weeks of traveling around the country. I visited Savannah to run a marathon, Florida to visit some family and ventured all over California. Here are some photographs from a cabin adventure in Idyllwild, CA.

  • cambridge residence for mandarina studio

    I’ve had the pleasure to grow my career alongside talented interior designer Amanda Reid of Mandarina Studio. One of my first photography jobs while still a student at New England School of Photography was shooting a home for Amanda. She’s great to work with, makes styling look easy (it’s not easy) and has a great sense…

  • Trophy Lungs

    Trophy Lungs Album Cover September 14th, 2015 I just photographed the cover art for the new album for Boston punk band Trophy Lungs. We set up a stealth photo shoot late one night in the kitchen of rock venue Sinclair in Harvard Square. Things got a bit grimy! Below is more about the new album…
  • this anthro life podcast episodes

    My Guest Appearances on This Anthro Life Podcast The past weekend’s successful annual bike ride to Provincetown is the prologue to my upcoming August adventure. Tomorrow, I’m journeying out to the Pacific Northwest for the first time. Biking from Seattle to Portland, hiking and camping in Oregon and Idaho, then finishing things off with Burning…

  • id boston magazine

    I had some recent work of mine featured in the latest issue of ID Boston magazine. Have a look! The Boston Design Center had me follow around high school students for their Job Shadow Day. The students were picked because of their interest in becoming interior designers and were given a first hand experience on what it’s…

  • 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…

  • one mission

    I teamed up with Full Contact Advertising to shoot stills for a video piece for the cancer foundation One Mission, who raise money for child cancer research. We shot on-location at a salon in Sudbury, MA. It was a very fun, emotional, challenging and fulfilling day. The point of this shoot was to photograph each person,…

  • 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…

  • dig boston winter cover

    I was featured on the cover of the latest Dig Boston issue! Shot on-location at Ski Monster in downtown Boston.

  • 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…

  • burning man

    This Summer was arguably the best one I’ve ever had. The months leading up to my 30th year as a human being on this planet were filled with humor, pain, uncertainty, growth, adventure, community, truth, and pushing my mind and body beyond limits. I’ve seen a truer reflection of myself in this corner of 2014 than at…

  • Lincoln Park, MA

    Time for some Massachusetts history. This is an abandoned roller coaster at Lincoln Park. I went here kid until it closed in the late 80’s. It was eventually torn down in 2012. The most popular ride was the “Monster Ride,” where diabolical creatures were plotting your demise from beyond the railways. It featured two paper…

  • weekly dig july 4th bbq issue

    I made another cover of  Dig Boston! It was such a fun shoot, like every other job I shot for the Dig. Great crew to work with, perfectly sunny day, chilling by the pool, beer and plenty of Bar-B-Que. It’s tough calling what I do work some days, but makes the many hours staring at…

  • 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…

  • inside out magazine, houzz

    I was recently contacted by Indian magazine Inside Out that wanted to do a feature on a series of Nantucket homes that I photographed for Annsley McAleer of Annsley Interiors. There are three projects featured. The first was an Inn called The Gate House that took about two days to complete. There are also two residential…

  • 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.