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.
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!
Yet more archive photos: promo pics for a Tufts production of The Merchant of Venice. These are up there in terms of weirdest headshots I've done. I guess that just means I haven't done enough theater photography yet!
More from the archive: Sarabande's spring show from last year, with a belly dance group who did a guest dance during the show. I loved Sarabande's costuming this semester! Click on individual images to see them full-size.
Here's the thing about tennis: It's hard to take a decent tennis photo. It's even harder to take a decent tennis photo where the player is making a flattering face. I took these for the Tufts Daily in April last year.
I took these photos for the Tufts Daily's coverage of last year's rally in support of a dining workers' union at the university. It's apropos that they were next in my queue of images to post, because those workers successfully unionized and announced recently -- on March 5 -- that they will be voting on …
More archive photos from 2018: the March 14 women's lacrosse game at Tufts vs Wellesley. I miss shooting sports for the Daily! I was far from an expert at it, but it was always a lot of fun.
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.
I don't have much new work to show yet, but I have tons of work I did before my injury to share. Here's some: photos of a show by Tufts' Chinese fusion dance group, Wuzee, from March 2018. A local Chinese youth dance troupe performed too.
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.