The In(-)Between » By Boston commercial photographer Bryce Vickmark.

Commercial Photography, Architectural Images and Headshots for Boutique Medical Practice

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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.


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Hannah KitzmillerFebruary 26, 2014 - 12:02 pm

Thank you so much for your great photography Bryce! Our new website is beautiful mostly due to you. You captured the essence of our practice and staff wonderfully. We had a great time as well. We look forward to seeing you soon!


Cold People Working, a portrait series

I am originally from Minnesota so I really should be doing this project in my hometown. But Boston has the right to complain about winters too so I recently spent a morning driving around looking for people who have to be in the cold for their job.

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Cancer Today Magazine Cover Shoot Jack Whelan

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I had the honor of photographing cancer survivor Jack Whelan for a Cancer Today Magazine cover story. When the phrase cancer survivor comes to my mind, the thought of a person with incurable blood cancer is not exactly the first thing I think of. But that is what Jack is. He is managing his lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma called Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia through clinical trials. He was diagnosed 6 years ago and you could not tell by meeting him that he has an illness of any kind. His outlook on life and his general attitude is an amazing thing to see. And what is more amazing than that is how Jack spends much of his time. He is a patient advocate and volunteer who helps others diagnosed and battling the disease.

We started out the shoot day on at Jack’s home in Andover where I got to meet and photograph him having Sunday breakfast with his family. The cover shot was made in his backyard and the spread opener in his three season porch. I was also treated to audio recordings played on several of Jack’s of antique phonographs which he collects. Then we headed down to Dana-Farber Cancer Center in Boston to photograph Jack in his role as patient advocate during a meeting he lead for patients dealing with blood cancer.

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