Performance: Torn Ticket II’s Assassins

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!

Harvard Headshots with Sebastian

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!  

Portraits: Frankie

Frankie Francois, a Boston-area film, commercial, and voiceover actress, did some voice acting for my thesis film "What Stays Inside" in exchange for some portraits. Drop her a line if you need someone for your project. She's super friendly and easy to work with!

Photo a Day: Rain in Jamaica Plain

I'm not in JP as often as I'd like, but every once in a while I make it down there. This time I was there filming performances by some local bands. It was pretty cold out that night. . .a little nicer than the 90-degree weather we're having right now.

Headshots with Alyssia

I shot some portraits with actress and model Alyssia Johnson for her resume. We used stand lights, but the white background is just my apartment wall and the black background is the flag side of a five-sided reflector.

Photo Essay: LGBTattoo

LGBTattoo: Connecting to community and identity through body art I did this semester-long project for Gary Knight's class Advanced Documentary Practice, the second half of PNDP, during my last spring at Tufts. You can see it as a magazine layout in PDF format (with screen-reader accessible text) here, or read the entire essay below. Tattooing …