Here are some photos from week 2 of PNDP. The assignment was to shoot dawn and write six sentences about it. Of course, it rained all week, so everyone's dawn pictures were pretty dingy. At six in the morning, the sky is just barely beginning to lighten to a pearly gray, but work has already …
I took headshots with Duncan a couple of months ago. Here are a couple! Peep the flower backdrop -- I made it for a video shoot last year and it's turned out to be a fun alternate to a blank wall. You can book your own headshot session with me here.
The woman who runs this laundromat recognizes everyone who comes in. We don't know each other at all, but she pays so much attention that she gave me a sock I accidentally left here over a month ago.
I did not love biking through this, but it was pretty.
This picture requires no explanation. If you enjoy Tex-Mex, want to eat large amounts of cheese, and are going to be in the Cambridge, MA area, please go to Border Cafe in Harvard Square and order a burro. Not sponsored, I just love this burro that much.
This semester I'm taking Program for Narrative and Documentary Practice, a photography + writing class. Everyone in the class shoots in "Wonderland," an area the teacher delineates as anywhere north of Mystic Ave, bounded on the west by the Fells and on the Atlantic on the east. The first week he just had us go …
Ashley and Addie, who you might remember from their engagement shoot at the Arnold Arboretum, got married at the end of this summer and I had the honor of capturing their wedding in Brewster, MA, smack in the middle of Cape Cod. Some highlights: a romantic first look on South Village Beach, a ceremony and …
Some neighbors a little down the street from us have an enormous collection of inflatable lawn decorations. Every Sunday during football season, they inflate this Patriots player, but the rest of the week he just kind of. . .hangs around.
My senior honors thesis class, for a reason neither the students nor the professor can fathom, is in the building that houses the Tufts Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development -- in the same room my sports videography internship with the IARYD held trainings in summer 2016. Very weird.
Tufts was still putting the finishing touches on its newest building, the Science and Technology Center, when classes started this fall. Here's my photo of the day: some rolled sod waiting to be laid out outside SciTech by maintenance workers.