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, events, and food, but also have experience with and offer my services for 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 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 in Worcester, MA and am currently available to book for photography and photography tutoring. You can also contact me for licensing through that same form.
Find me elsewhere on the internet at these links.
Facebook: Ray Bernoff Photography