The photo book I have been working on – Havana: Light Beyond Vision – is now live on Kickstarter (the world’s most established crowdfunding platform). I would love to have you on board!
There are a bunch of cool rewards offered to supporters (wallpaper images, signed copies of the book, and fine art prints, among others). If this is the first time you’ve used Kickstarter, this is how it works: I need to get as many people as possible on the campaign, so I can reach the goal, get funded, and print the book. Money is transferred only if the project reaches full funding, so it’s all or nothing.
Thanks in advance for your support, it means a lot to me!
I am a freelance photographer based in suburban Boston, Massachusetts. I work primarily with natural light, unadorned settings, and a genuine, direct approach. The result is photography that conveys a sense of authenticity for the corporate, healthcare and educational clients I serve.
Much of my work involves individuals with special needs. Among my subjects are children with autism, children with brain and spinal injuries, and adults with persistent mental illness. I have a low-key, unobtrusive approach combined with a sense of respect for every person I photograph. The body of work which has emerged includes a traveling exhibit, Faces and Voices of Autism, that has shown in the United States Senate Russell Rotunda and the Massachusetts State House.
I also have a unique niche in color, infrared photography. Oriented toward fine art display, these pictures have been described in the Boston Globe as vivid and energetic with “an attitude about acceptance of change that’s actually rather Zen – Technicolor Zen.”
I hope you’ll look around my site and contact me the next time you need a photographer.