Last week I shot Somerville's annual marshmallow fluff festival, "What the Fluff," for the Somerville Journal. See all the photos on their site at WickedLocal.
Here's the other event I shot this past Saturday! This is actually the first -- the Haitian culture night was later in the day. This event was a blast. The weather was lovely, the festival-goers were friendly, and the art was fun. Check out all my photos below, or click through to the WickedLocal article …
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.
Here are some sunset campus stock photos I took for the Daily last year before I graduated. Maybe you recognize where these were taken.
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 …
The farmers' market is the place to be in Arlington this summer. I checked out some produce and met Patsy Kraemer, the woman behind the operation. Read about it on Icons of Arlington.
I've lived in Arlington for years, yet somehow have never been to Arlington Porchfest. I finally went. It's pretty nice. More photos and a write-up on Icons of Arlington.
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.
I'll admit it, this is my favorite one of these posts so far. I love the bikeway and I think it's an important community resource for Arlington, and as a result I wrote. . .kind of a lot about it. See more photos of the bikeway and read about its history and current state on …
11 years ago, two women opened a nonprofit resale shop in the Fox branch of the Arlington Library. After an unexpected closure last summer, they re-opened it last week. Read about what happened in my latest post on Icons of Arlington.