I'm a New England based commercial photographer, specializing in structures and spaces. Commercial buildings, landscapes, and public space design are among my favorite subjects to shoot. That said, no matter what I put in front of my camera, chances are, I'm having fun doing it.
I live in Salem, Mass - a coastal New England port town with a burgeoning food scene and weekly public events (these days it's more than its witch history). Although this town is a lot of fun to visit in the fall, it's quite a busy place year-round.
I'm here with my wife Stephanie, our daughter Lucy, and our dog Baloo. Our home often smells like fresh baked sourdough bread - another passion of mine. And, it's not rare to find fresh handmade pasta at the ready, or prepared on a whim. If you're in the area, let me know. The music is always on, there's always a little wine, and we'll probably feed you.
CLIENTS & PUBLICATIONS
Aircraft Owners and Pilots Assoc. Magazine • Alpine Restaurant Group • American Lung Association • Applied Form & Space Architects • Boston Magazine • Boston Home • Boston Urban Partners • Edible Boston • Infinium Wall Systems • Lark Hotels • Marquit Fine Art & Design • MassGeneral Hospital • Merrimack College Magazine • North Shore Magazine & Northshore Home • Phase Zero Design • Proto, MassGeneral Hospital's Magazine • Red Thread Spaces • Spagnolo, Gisness, & Associates • Stantec, Inc. • Suffolk Construction • Taymil Partners • Workflow Interiors, Inc.
RATES, PRICING, & IMAGE LICENSING
All of this has been laid out in long form and I encourage all of my current and potential clients to familiarize themselves on How I Determine My Rates, Pricing, Establish Licensing Terms, and Copyright (click here).
I consider each of my clients needs and their budgets unique. Factors that influence price often are made up of the scope of the project and how technical the approach to image making will be, how the images are intended on being used, and how fast the images are need to be finalized and delivered.
The right price for a specific job, for an individual client, is often found through negotiation. No initial price quote is final. But, once we've established a rate and terms, it makes it easier to determine pricing going forward on future projects. Booking or committing to multiple shoots in a calendar year will always reduce the price of each single shoot, as I always consider client's annual budgets when projecting a number of jobs for the year ahead.
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