My Time As The President's Campaign Photographer.

With the New Hampshire Primary less than two weeks away, and the Iowa Caucus just on the other side of this weekend, I've been thinking a lot about my time as President Obama's campaign photographer in the run up to the 2008 election, at a time when he was still the Senator from Illinois. It seems like an appropriate time to look back on the work I did on the campaign trail.

Here's a look at some of my favorite photographs from the election.

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Corporate Headshots in Boston

I have worked as a corporate photographer in Boston for over a decade, and have had the pleasure of working with some the best companies in the city. Today I wanted to share some samples of corporate headshots that I have shot recently. The corporate headshot, while sometimes considered a necessary evil by some employees, is actually a promising opportunity to reinforce the message of your corporate brand. 

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Jewelry Campaign Shot In Brooklyn

Here's a look at a recently published jewelry campaign that I shot. The photos are for a new line of interactive necklaces from the New York City based jewelry company, Vela. The necklaces have an embedded LED diode that back lights the stone. The light is adjustable in intensity based on ambient lighting conditions, so the jewelry looks as good in a dark bar as it does on the street. There are currently seven models in the Vela collection, with more on the way.

The photos were shot with varied background light, to show the capabilities of the necklace. I've included some of the final photos, as well as some behind the scenes shots.

If you are looking for an interesting holiday gift this season, check out their website for more information: Vela Jewelry

Portraits: Battling Breast Cancer on The Runway


Portraits for Runway For Recovery:

I'm proud to have been a part of Runway For Recovery again this year. Runway hosts an annual runway show to raise money for the families of women battling breast cancer. The models that walk the runway are either breast cancer survivors or the family of women who have fought the illness. This year's event was held at the Revere hotel in Boston, and had a huge turnout of supporters.

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