David, Allie and I met at the Longwood Grille + Bar to create some great food photography for our friend and long-term client, Gayle Sinclair. It was great to get out of the office and get over to the Inn at Longwood Medical again.
It was a beautiful, spring day in Wellesley when we met with our new clients at The United States Tennis Association of New England-who were looking for some dynamic marketing images to promote the regional tennis community. The photo shoot took place at the tennis courts at Wellesley College, and a number of USTA New England members of diverse age and ethnic groups were available to model.
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) was founded in 1881, and is a non-profit organization and champion of promoting the sport of tennis for all playing levels in the country including: pro level athletes, recreational players and even wheelchair tennis contenders. USTA New England is the local chapter which is and is embodied by 15,000 players. It is one of seventeen divisions across the nation that make up the USTA.
We had the opportunity to photograph for one of our favorite repeat clients, the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants When one of their members is going to be featured for their magazine, we have the pleasure of making their portrait. Our client was so happy, they took photos of David in action so we could share!
Thanks to Stephen Burdick of MSCPA for these great images!
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We have photographed fun and exciting events for all types of industries – luxury automotive, medical research, higher education, high tech, Hollywood entertainment, and even royalty. Some events have had A-list celebrities for step-and-repeat photos, or an on-stage performance, and we make amazing, powerful images. But it’s a secret; we can’t always tell you about it or show you the photos.
I had the pleasure of photographing the Briggs family at Farm Pond, near my studio this past Saturday. This was a treat since I had photographed Rena and Erik’s engagement and wedding a few years ago. Now their family has grown and includes their beautiful daughter, Makenzie who was full of smiles. I was able to make some great, fun images of the family on a crisp, fall day.
Fall is a great season for an outdoor family portrait with the autumn colors and cooler weather. As much as I love working in the studio, I often suggest an outdoor location. It could be in your yard, a favorite family location like a park or the beach, the Boston Common, the Public Garden, or along the Charles. You can even bring your dog!
I like to capture the day and include a variety of images. Along with the posed family group photos, I enjoy capturing the fun family moments. A kiss on the cheek, your family walking together hand in hand and having fun together.
Call soon to schedule your family portrait session while fall foliage is at its peak.
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