Here is a gallery of images shot for Wake Forest University athletics during their game against Boston College this weekend. The Demon Deacons showed up with a commanding win which made for some good late afternoon frames.
A big thanks to Wake Forest for having me out.
Sharing a few images from regional high school football action during Thanksgiving Week at Fenway Park. It’s always fun to see the field transformed and the passion the kids display for these games. Enjoy the images.
Last week, I covered an eight-bout card at SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire topped by a middleweight bout between Demetrius Andrade and Jason Quigley for Andrade’s WBO title. The main event lasted just two rounds, as Andrade knocked Quigley down three times, with the referee stopping the fight after the third one.
Above are images from that Andrade-Quigley fight as well as a selection of action and features from the other fights on the card. It was fun to shoot boxing after not having covered the sport for a few years. A big thanks to Getty Images for having me on.
Above is a selection of recent portrait work with Dharmesh Shah, CTO & Founder of inbound marketing, sales, and service software, HubSpot. I photographed Dharmesh at his home in Massachusetts, which allowed for a wonderful variety of stunning backdrops and natural, earthy elements.
A big thanks to Dharmesh for his hospitality and to the team at HubSpot and Nice Pass Productions for including me on this project.
Here is a selection of student portraits shot for The Tufts Gordon Institute at Tufts University. The institute was looking for individual portraits of the students in this year’s MS and Innovation Management Program. This was the fourth year we’ve worked on this project together.
We decided upon a simple three light high-key set up for a classic, seamless look on a white backdrop. All of the students were fantastic to work with, and weren’t afraid to let their personalities show through in front of the camera. Above are some of my favorites from the full day session.
Many thanks to Tufts University for having me on board!
Sharing new healthcare photography work shot for medical software company MatrixCare by ResMed. Our crew travelled to Missouri earlier this summer to document MatrixCare software in action and capture lifestyle and hero shots at Luther Manor Retirement & Nursing Center and Clark County Nursing Home.
A big thanks to my friends at Path-8 Productions, who produced the shoot and associated videos for MatrixCare, for including me on their shoot.
Above is a gallery of images I shot for the Special Forces Foundation during their Pro-Am training event at Sig Sauer Academy firearm training facility in Epping, New Hampshire. This event included access for guests to renowned firearms and elite level instruction from members of the United States Special Forces.
It was a rush to be in the mix of this event in a live action environment. I flew the drone for the aerial clips in the video above, which was shot by Kevin Green and produced by 309 Productions. Big thanks to the crew for having me on board for this one.
Happy to share two short web & digital video mini-spots shot and edited earlier this summer for sports and recreational facility Chelsea Piers Connecticut. This shoot was produced and photographed by fantastic New York based photographer and friend Jen Pottheiser in collaboration with the fantastic folks on the Chelsea Piers marketing and creative team.
A big thanks to Kevin Greene, my first AC for this project, Jen, Chris, Tara, and all the others involved in making this a great week of shooting.
I am excited to share recent commercial campaign work commissioned by baseball equipment company Easton for the launch of the Easton HYPE youth and college baseball bat. These images were shot on set of a commercial produced and directed by Jake Loskutoff of Life In A Van Studios at Popsicle Studios in Los Angeles. Displayed here is a set of still images, point of sale graphics, and behind the scenes video.
A big thanks to Jake and his team for having me on board for this impressive campaign.
Sharing new motion and still brand work for produced by Boston-based content agency Bolt Creative Group for high-end custom home builders Woodmeister Master Builders. As the company expands to offer custom designed furniture and personal office space, we provided a suite of video a still photography content to launch them into the new market place in a style fitting with the same unmatched quality and elegant craftsmanship that founders Ted and Kim Goodnow made their mark with.
The imagery above was commissioned and produced by Bolt Creative Group.