I shot not one but two events last Saturday! It was exhausting and I may have gotten a tiny bit sunburned, but they were awesome events and it was good to get so much practice. Here are some photos from the second event. They ran in the Somerville Journal if you want to see them there.
Towards the end of the fall semester, Tufts Dining always has holiday-themed dinners. The desserts are to die for. Also, I've noticed that I always, always photograph the wrong end of asparagus.
Here's another Tufts Dining event: breakfast for dinner in Carmichael Dining Center. Those blintzes are better than they look!
Here's yet another set of photos from a Tufts Dining event. I find it's difficult to keep event photos from looking same-y after a while -- even though the decorations and food are different for every event, after a while you start to learn the angles and light in the dining centers so well that …
I love weird, scaly things, so I dragged some friends out to the Massachusetts Reptile Expo in Brockton, MA. Click through to enlarge, unless you don't like snakes, in which case close this page ASAP.
Here's some more work for Tufts Dining, this time of the annual Under the Sea event. I teamed up with Yang Lowe, a new photography intern, who styled some plates of seafood for me.
This was my second year in a row shooting the Arlington International Film Festival. This year there was a reception for "The Typewriter Repairman" in Cambridge Typewriter, the store in which the documentary was shot.
Last semester, TUDS had me photograph their annual Autumn Brunch event. Check out the cheese spread and cinnamon raisin French toast!
Last semester I photographed a pancake-centric dinner for Tufts Dining. Click through to see the full-size pictures.
For the second year in a row, I photographed Tufts Polyhack, a hackathon put on by Tufts.io and the Tufts CS department. You can read more about it here.