Here's another from the archive: some headshots I did for my fellow Tufts Daily exec Sebastian at Harvard's Widener Library. It was my second time ever inside this library and I love it -- there are some really great backgrounds and light there. You can't go wrong with marble. Click photos to enlarge!
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.
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!
Here are some portraits I shot with Matthew and Akil back in February. Check them out on Instagram (Matthew, Akil) to see some more of their awesome style. Matthew Matthew's a photographer too and you can see their work here.
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.
I shot some portraits with actress and model Alyssia Johnson for her resume. We used stand lights, but the white background is just my apartment wall and the black background is the flag side of a five-sided reflector.
Arkadiy and I met on Craigslist -- he'd done some modeling in Russia and wanted to get some headshots and model in the US, and I wanted to practice three-point lighting, so we teamed up to take these pictures.
Torn Ticket II put on a production of Pippin last semester and I did both promo pictures and photo call for them! The show had heavy uplighting and weird, creepy characters, so we tried to make that come through in the promo pictures.
Back when it wasn't nasty out, my friend Matthew and I took a trip to Mount Auburn Cemetery to take some photos. You can see Matthew's work (as well as some amazing poetry) on Instagram here.
Here’s PNDP assignment #6: go to another game by the same team as the previous assignment, and shoot away from the action. The writing assignment was a poem made out of conversations overheard at the game. Number 4! Mohammed, come back You can't let him get there On the ground There's still so much I …