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Women's March in Boston

Girls Just Want to Have Fun-Damental Rights // My Birth Control Will Outlast Your Presidency // Smash the Patriarchy // Stronger Together // Hitler Was Elected Too // I'm Not Usually a Sign Guy But Geez // Trump's Lies Matter // So Bad, Even Introverts are Here // The Future is Nasty // I've Seen Better Cabinets at IKEA // Hate Cannot Drive Out Hate; Only Love Can Do That // We Go High

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Modern Queer Romance: Unapologetic with Love

Meet Cale Stoeffler & Adele Levine, a queer couple in Boston. I spent an evening wandering around Jamaica Plain with these two passionate, funny and down to earth people. I asked them what their experience has been like dating in the queer/trans community. 

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Car Talk with Akheil Singla

“The best part of teaching in public affairs is that, even if my research is ignored, I can make a difference by helping to educate the people who will be making decisions down the road. That's both an extraordinary opportunity and a sobering responsibility, because what I say in the classroom might matter more than anything I ever write.”

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Red Lipstick & Hair Rollers

Self portrait on my relationship with femininity.

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Ethiopia's Omo River Valley & Kenya's Lake Turkana

In August 2014 I had the opportunity to travel with Jane Baldwin to Ethiopia's Omo River Valley and Kenya's Lake Turkana to work as Jane's photography assistant.  My role was to assist and support Jane with her ten year project Kara Women Speak.  This gave me the opportunity to travel by boat to visit the indigenous communities that live along the Omo River and depend on the Omo River and Lake Turkana watershed. 

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Back Bay to Beacon Hill Portrait Session

Spring has begun to settle in the city, and to us creative types that means the outside world has once again become a bearable workspace! I photographed the charming Caitlin Hoey up and down stairwells, elevators, bridges and buildings with a mask, a scorpion lollipop and sparklers. From the Boston Public Library through Back Bay up to Beacon Hill, we worked until the sunset across the Charles River and dusk fell across the city.  

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December 2014 Giveaway

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Portraits of Skylar Kergil

Photographing Sky is always a treat. The combination of our friendship and Sky's transparent and camera-comfortable lifestyle means that we can both relax and make interesting, creative images. In this session with Sky, I wanted to capture a day in his life - traveling on the T, walking around Boston, spending time with his cat, shaving, the rush of creativity and sunset practice sessions. 

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Chris & Vanessa's Wedding

It was a pleasure to photograph Chris & Vanessa's wedding on Saturday, August 23rd at the West Monitor Barn in Richmond, Vermont.  You can see the full gallery on Chris & Vanessa's Webpage, but for now enjoy this selection of photographs!

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Driftwood Intimacy

Two of my favorite photographers, Nan Goldin and Kelli Connell, focus on intimacy in their work. The more I study their images, the more I feel their work touches on the elusive quality that surrounds friendship and love. This summer I wanted to create a photograph for Anisocoria that touched on my own experience with intimacy.

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