Higher Education Portraits: Northeastern University.

Sharing new higher education portrait work with students and faculty shot for various schools at Northeastern University in Boston. This set was meant to display a clean, classic look with colorful background palettes and room in composition for copy to be added later.

Editorial Portraits: Angela Ruggiero for Sports Illustrated.

Sharing some recent portrait work with four-time Olympian, 1998 hockey gold medalist, and Sports Innovation Lab co-founder, Angela Ruggiero. These were shot for Sports Illustrated for a cover story exploring the battlegrounds and issues that will define the future of the fight for equality in sports 50 years after the passing of the Title IX law.

A big thanks to the editorial team at SI for considering me for this assignment, and to Angela for being a fantastic subject.

Portraits: Tufts University Gordon Institute.

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 third 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 two days of shooting.

Many thanks to Tufts University for having me on board!

Portraits: Tufts Gordon Institute Student Portraits.

 

Here are some outtakes from a recent shoot I worked on for the Tufts Gordon Instituteat Tufts University. The institute was looking for individual portraits of the students in this year’s MS and Innovation Management Program. This was the second year in a row we have 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 two days of shooting, converted to black and white.

Many thanks to Tufts University for having me on board!

Boston Startup Photography: Elektrofi.

I was recently hired by Boston biotech startup company Elektrofi to shoot headshot portraits and environmental laboratory photos for their upcoming website redesign. Here is a gallery of some of my favorite portraits and lab images from the shoot. The portrait look is a simple two light set up on blue seamless, and the photos in the lab were achieved with a combination of available light and off-camera strobe.

Portraits: Tufts Gordon Institute Student Profiles.

 

Here are some outtakes from a recent shoot I worked on 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. 

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 two days of shooting. Below, I’ve also included a gallery of environmental candids of the students in the lab during a classroom session.

Many thanks to Tufts University for having me on board!

Boston Red Sox Photos: High Key Black & White Portraits.

 

Here is a series of portraits I recently shot for the Boston Red Sox. This season, I’ve made it one of my goals to shoot more portraits of the players, both in studio and environmentally.

For this series, the creative team and I decided to shoot with a ‘high-key’ look and feel. These were shot with a relatively simple two light set up on a white seamless backdrop. We were lucky enough to have outfielders Andrew Benintendi, Mookie Betts, and Chris Young, infielders Xander Bogaerts and Deven Marrero, and designated hitter Hanley Ramirez stop in for a couple shots. My favorite frame of each player is shown above. Additionally, I’ve included some assets created by our talented graphic designers, Marissa McClain and Nick Sciaratta, which the Red Sox have utilized on social media to promote voting for the 2017 All-Star Game.