Past midnight on a long, exhausted drive back from Central MA after a shoot for my LGBTQ+ tattoo photo essay, I stopped at the Fifties Diner in Chicopee.
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'm not in JP as often as I'd like, but every once in a while I make it down there. This time I was there filming performances by some local bands. It was pretty cold out that night. . .a little nicer than the 90-degree weather we're having right now.
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 have so few shots from this Tufts-Babson game because, get this, there were three other Daily photographers there, two of whom were there to get trained on sports photography. Basketball is hard to shoot because it's so dark in the gym!
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.
LGBTattoo: Connecting to community and identity through body art I did this semester-long project for Gary Knight's class Advanced Documentary Practice, the second half of PNDP, during my last spring at Tufts. You can see it as a magazine layout in PDF format (with screen-reader accessible text) here, or read the entire essay below. Tattooing …
Ashley and Addie are getting married at the end of this summer, so they wanted some pretty engagement photos among the flowers at the Arnold Arboretum. It rained a ton, but we got some cute shots anyway. They look so happy!