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 a unique niche in color, infrared, panoramic 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.”
My photographs have been published in the brochures, advertisements, annual reports, magazines and interactive media of The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston College, The May Institute, Make-A-Wish Foundation, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Hewlett-Packard, Eastman Kodak, Sprint, Samsonite Luggage, USAA Credit Card Bank, MBNA America Bank, The International Monetary Fund, International Hospice Society, U.S. Information Agency, NBC, Panasonic, Prentice Hall, Steinway & Sons Pianos, Staples and Scholastic Reader Newsletter among others.
See more of my work at: www.AndrewChild.com