More from the archive: Sarabande's spring show from last year, with a belly dance group who did a guest dance during the show. I loved Sarabande's costuming this semester! Click on individual images to see them full-size.
Here's the thing about tennis: It's hard to take a decent tennis photo. It's even harder to take a decent tennis photo where the player is making a flattering face. I took these for the Tufts Daily in April last year.
I took these photos for the Tufts Daily's coverage of last year's rally in support of a dining workers' union at the university. It's apropos that they were next in my queue of images to post, because those workers successfully unionized and announced recently -- on March 5 -- that they will be voting on …
Content warning: stylized images of guns and execution by electric chair. More from the archive: here are my photos of the dress rehearsal of Tufts Torn Ticket II's production of Assassins. You can see some of the promotional headshots I did for the show here. I loved the lighting design they chose for this show!
Here's another from the archive: some headshots I did for my fellow Tufts Daily exec Sebastian at Harvard's Widener Library. It was my second time ever inside this library and I love it -- there are some really great backgrounds and light there. You can't go wrong with marble. Click photos to enlarge!
More archive photos from 2018: the March 14 women's lacrosse game at Tufts vs Wellesley. I miss shooting sports for the Daily! I was far from an expert at it, but it was always a lot of fun.
Here's another from the archive: promotional profile pics for Torn Ticket II's production of the musical Assassins in March 2018. We were going for varying shades of 'deranged' with these, hence the facial expressions.
I don't have much new work to show yet, but I have tons of work I did before my injury to share. Here's some: photos of a show by Tufts' Chinese fusion dance group, Wuzee, from March 2018. A local Chinese youth dance troupe performed too.
It's disheartening to fully apprehend just how alone you are in your body, how alone you are in your head. You already know you’re alone, but you don't really believe it until you experience it in such an extreme way.
Here's another play I photographed for Pen, Paint, and Pretzels. You can see some other plays I photographed for them here. "Red," a play about Mark Rothko which only has 2 characters, was these actors' last play at Tufts.