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My photography style combines an experienced photographer’s eye with a photojournalist’s ethics.
I will never try to hide you behind unrealistic digital manipulation and will always strive to photograph the real you.
Even if a photo involves the bending time and space, the effects will be done in-camera and always with the intention of depicting The Truth™.
Headshot photography is a type of portraiture intended to depict someone as they are now, rather than trying to create a timeless portrait. The best headshots are created for multiple purposes, such as professional profile images on social media accounts, images used on online dating profiles, the “about us page” of a business website, and well as promotional pictures of actors, models, artists, and authors. Believe it or not, even the best photographers need a good headshot!
Portrait photography is a classic style that is intended to capture the personality of a person or a group of people by creatively using lighting, color, shadow, poses, and costuming. Portraits are created in a studio or on-location. The best portrait photographers are often hired to create images to commemorate an individual or a special occasion. Portraits can be commissioned for commercial purposes, such as fashion photography, or strictly for personal use.
Are you looking for a Boston, MA portrait, headshot, boudoir, or event photographer?
Please contact me at any time and let’s discuss what kind of photography you’re looking for!
Boudoir photographers specialize in a sensual and romantic portrait style, depicting people in an intimate setting such as a photography studio, bedroom, private dressing room, or even a hotel room. Boudoir photography is primarily intended for the client’s personal enjoyment and sometimes for their romantic partner(s) enjoyment as well! The best boudoir photography is highly suggestive, rather than explicit, and teases far more than it reveals.
Event photographers capture images of a group event or gathering as they happen. The best event photographers utilize photojournalism techniques in order to honestly tell the story of the people, location, and action of an event in a creative way. Even if an event isn’t “newsworthy,” it’s still important to the attendees and the client who hired them. Experienced event photographers are aware of this and, as a result, consistently deliver the best images as quickly as possible.