Tufts finished building its new Science and Engineering Complex last year. The Daily wanted pictures of it for the 2018 commencement issue. Here they are. You can tell it was just as dismal outside then as it is today.
Here's another show from last year, in a performance style I had never imagined myself photographing: pantomime. Yes, Tufts has a mime troupe, and they booked me to photograph their spring 2018 show. Here's what I witnessed.
I'm nearly a year behind on my photo queue -- these are from April 18, 2018. Breakfast for Dinner was always one of my favorite Tufts Dining events to shoot. Those crepes are great!
Yet more archive photos: promo pics for a Tufts production of The Merchant of Venice. These are up there in terms of weirdest headshots I've done. I guess that just means I haven't done enough theater photography yet!
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 …
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.
I shot some grad portraits for Christina to send home to family. We were going for a sort of "look, I'm so smart I'm graduating" vibe, so we went down into the stacks of Tisch Library.
Over winter break, I spent a week at WBUR interviewing and shadowing different people at the station. Here are some photos behind the scenes at On Point with Ray Suarez.