Breaking Stereotypes with Baseball and Education in Boston

Breaking Stereotypes with Baseball and Education in Boston

Boston based nonprofit, the BASE, recently commissioned me to direct and produce a film about their program. I was given almost full creative control with the mission of telling a great story in a cinematic way. Luckily, a great story is not hard to tell when they are real and happening constantly around an organization like the BASE.

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10 Lessons I Learned on my First Vacation as a Photographer

10 Lessons I Learned on my First Vacation as a Photographer

For the first time in 4 years and really for the first time as an "adult," I took an entire week off. As a freelance photographer it's extremely scary to take off time during the first few years of your career. Questions like "What if I miss out on a huge job?" "What will my clients say when they can't reach me?" "Will this end my career?" all constantly haunted me leading up to my first vacation. 

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Little Pirates: A Baseball Story

Little Pirates: A Baseball Story

For about 3 years I have helped coach a little league team in my home town of Easton, MA. I've done this for a few reasons. 1. I love baseball 2. I love working with kids 3. Owning your own business is stressful as hell. When I go to the ball field I leave my cell phone in the car, forget about bidding on projects, and just enjoy the game.

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Filming a Master: Gymnast Aly Raisman

Filming a Master: Gymnast Aly Raisman

There's something majestic and personal about filming this close to a master of their craft, especially for that amount of time. The massive gym was empty. Young girls would enter periodically in preparation for their own workouts but for most of the time it was just Aly and me. We had to figure each other out and gain some sort of trust in the middle of a workout without really being able to speak to each other beforehand.

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