Hi, I’m Ray. I’ve been interested in photography and video since I was little; I started volunteering at the cable station in my hometown when I was 11 and never looked back. In college, I joined the photo section of the Tufts Daily newspaper and worked under photographer Nicholas Pfosi before eventually becoming photo editor myself. In spring 2018, I graduated from Tufts University with a degree in Film and Media Studies. I’ve been working as a freelance photographer since 2014. I primarily shoot portraits and events, but also have experience with and offer my services for food photography, product photography, and dance/performance photography.
As a queer person, trans man, and as someone who lives with chronic pain, it’s important to me to make still and moving images that show other LGBTQ+ and disabled people as we really are: beautiful, complex, vulnerable human beings. Don’t worry, I am perfectly happy to take your picture even if you don’t fall into either of those categories!
I live just outside Boston and am currently available to book for photography and photography tutoring.
You can find me elsewhere on the internet at these links.
Facebook: Ray Bernoff Photography