Christmas Illuminations Tour for Somerville Journal

Sometimes photojournalism is serious. Sometimes it's scary. Sometimes it's boring. Occasionally, it's driving around Somerville taking pictures of the best Christmas lights. The Illuminations Tour is an annual event put on by the town of Somerville. Participants buy tickets and take a trolley tour through different neighborhoods to see the displays residents have erected this …

Kelly’s Diner

Here's a throwback from last year: Casey and I went to Kelly's Diner in Ball Square, and I'd just gotten a 24-70 and was excited to take some wide-angle shots for once. The light in Kelly's is at least as good as the food. And Casey's hair has gotten so long since then!

Group Grad Portraits

Here's another from the archive: Cassidy, Haley, and Alex's group senior portrait shoot. They're a trio of friends who also went to Tufts, and they wanted some grad photos to send to family and headshots they could put on LinkedIn. Here's what we came up with.

Matt and Conor

Around this time last year, the Daily was gearing up for its commencement issue. Here's a photo I took for that, of Conor Coleman and Matt Zinner, two soccer players who were both in the same graduating class I was. There's something I really like about a wide-angle lens for sportraits, though I'm not sure …

Harvard Headshots with Sebastian

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!  

Portraits: Frankie

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!