I had the great pleasure of photographing Jim Calhoun, CEO of Converse in North Andover, MA for a story in the Financial Times of London.
I was assigned by the MIT News service to photograph Professor Sangeeta Bhatia and graduate student Andrew Warren in the Laboratory for Multiscale Regenerative Technologies. The story is about their amazing work developing a pregnancy style test for cancer.
In January, I was sent by the Wall Street Journal to shoot a story at a very interesting and unusual home in Sharon, MA. It is known locally as the Steampunk house and is co-owned by Melanie and Bruce Rosenbaum. The couple also are the founders of ModVic which, with the help of Creative Projects Director Mauricio Cordero (pictured in the third photo above), repurposes old often useable antiques into new usefully everyday items. Two of my favorite items that I saw during the shoot where an antique wood stove updated with a modern cooktop (photo 4) and Mr. Rosenbaum’s computer which has computer keys are from an antique typewriter and pipes from a pipe organ (photo 2). Thanks Bruce, Melanie and Mauricio for showing me around!
Street photography made with an iPhone of people looking to their right in Boston’s Financial District and Downtown Crossing.
Rarely do I ever leave a doctor’s office with a new pain in my side. But I was laughing so hard during this shoot that is just what happened! I was commissioned by Enhanced Medical Care in Newton, a suburb west of Boston, to make their company’s commercial photography including a headshot of each of their employees, interior and exterior architectural images and detail photography. We had so much fun during the shoot I was in stitches! Ha ha…. They wanted the photography for use on their website, in their marketing materials and in advertising. The practices offers a very unique approach to healthcare. It is a subscription model and Dr. Costa sees patients at his very welcoming home office.