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.
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 …
After being a staff photographer at the Tufts Daily for four years, I finally wrote an article. It's about a topic I'm close to, namely physical accessibility on the Medford/Somerville campus, but I wanted to tell the story of other physically disabled Tufts students, not just my own. You can read the article, which I …