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.
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!
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 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 …
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.
As part of my photography intern duties with Tufts Dining, I went with my boss to the Tufts Medical School campus to take pictures of the various dining options available there. Check it out.
Carmichael Dining Center tried out a new food: spinach feta pizza. I was there to taste it (gets my approval) and take pictures.
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.
The DC-based Environmental Film Festival (peep their cute logo!) had a Boston satellite screening of Anthony Bourdain's documentary "Wasted! The Story of Food Waste" at the Kendall Landmark Theater and a VIP reception at the Dante Aligheri Society, and I had the privilege of photographing the reception, audience, and after-screening panel discussion. Don't worry, the …