2018 Year in Review

Happy New Year! Although sometimes the start to the new year can feel a little anticlimactic after the build up of the holiday season, I really enjoy taking advantage of the slower pace of things to reflect on the previous year. Here are a few highlights for me…

I started off the year with a somewhat epic trip to Oregon, embarking on a road trip that covered nearly half the state with a detour into northern California as well. See the full set of images here.

Later on in the year, I headed down to Nicaragua to see how things had been going with the nonprofit we started last year and to collect some more photos and video. I had the opportunity to interview many of the women we’ve been working with and was really pleased to hear how valuable they’ve found our workshops. See more images from my trip here or click here to learn more about our nonprofit.

In the spring, I continued to work with the Broad Institute, where I always enjoy the challenge of finding creative ways t make new and different portraits of those involved in research. See more examples here.

Continuing my tradition of photographing schoolchildren, I started working with another new client in the spring, the Young Achievers Science and Math Pilot School. I spent time photographing the students both indoors and out. See more of the images here.

During the summer, I was excited to get an assignment from Yankee Magazine to work on a story about a nonprofit that works with girls who have lost their mothers. See more images from that job here.

As the year came to a close, I decided to continue my tradition of finding a place to watch the sunrise to welcome in the new year. This year I ended up on one of the beaches of Cape Cod. Next year, who knows…