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 covered the annual Independence Day fireworks at Trum Field for the Somerville Journal last night. The evening was chaotic, and I'm not exactly proud of the United States right now, but the fireworks sure did look pretty. And it was good to finally do some press photography after a long stretch of mostly food …
This was the last dance show I shot at Tufts before graduating! It was a bittersweet moment for me and I imagine it felt that way for the dancers who were graduating too. What a great last show. P.S. The dance group Wuzee are in the second image. I've shot for them before too.
Here's another from the archives: some solo and family portraits I did for Kelly, one of the former captains of Spirit of the Creative, when we were both graduating from Tufts last year. She's super tall compared to most of her family, but we got clever with the stairs outside Eaton Hall for some of the …
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.
Here are some shots from last year's Femme Show, "More is More." The Femme Show is always a blast to photograph: by turns fun, raunchy, and thought-provoking. Sadly, I won't be there this year, but you should get tickets if you're going to be in the Boston area at the end of May!
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!
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.
Here's another play I photographed for Pen, Paint, and Pretzels. You can see some other plays I photographed for them here. "Red," a play about Mark Rothko which only has 2 characters, was these actors' last play at Tufts.
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!