MIT historian Craig Wilder photographed in the MIT Archives for a spotlight feature for the MIT News service. The story is about Prof. Wilder’s most recent book “Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities” which takes a look at the many links between US universities and slavery.
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Samples of my sports portrait work around town of Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester that I made for People’s United Bank. And yes. Those are my daughter’s shorts in the reflection of the first photo drying in the sun. Sippy cup FAIL!
I photographed Tomás Palacios, the Emmanuel E. Landsman Career Development Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for the MIT News service. The story is about Palacios’ work using ‘extreme materials’ such as gallium nitride and graphene to make electronics faster, more energy efficient and more affordable. He is also looking at new ways to use the materials as chemical and biological sensors like in glucose levels in blood samples.
I had the great pleasure of photographing National Guard members 1LT. Stephen Fiola, 1SG Bernard Madore and SSG Mark Welch during an editorial cover shoot at the Boston Marathon Bombing memorial in Copley Plaza for GX Magazine. The three men had just finished marching the Boston Marathon with 40 pound packs in honor of their fallen service members when the first bomb went off. They rushed into “complete chaos” and began helping the wounded immediately. Read the complete story on GX Magazine’s website where you can download the issue.