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Boston Corporate Photography

On Location and In The Studio

If it is true that “a picture is worth a thousand words”, then Boston Corporate Photography leader Matt McKee has developed a whole new vocabulary from his years behind his lens.

Corporate photography is not simply documenting what is there, but a way to tell your company’s story, a way to showcase your company culture, to your best customers.

We are based in Boston, with a full service studio in the Westinghouse Plaza dedicated to creating executive headshots and product photography.

We also produce corporate culture photography, industrial photography and life science photography, on location, all over New England, including Boston, Cambridge, Waltham, Watertown, Woburn, Framingham, Providence, Warwick, Nashua and Hartford.

Portraits must portray, Products have purpose.

Every photograph tells your story.

Commissioned Photography Portfolios

Research Lab

In The Lab Photography

Images created to market research, bio technology and educational sciences.

The Strategy Meeting

Work Lifestyle Photography

Building photo library sets of photo assets for B2B and B2C marketing programs.

Julia

Executive Portraits

Because you only get one chance at a first impression.

Products on White

Table top product and catalog photography on white for Ecommerce.

Productive Product Photography

Table top product photography to help you tell your story and sell more.

Creative Portraits

Conceptual Portraits

Stylistic and editorial portraits.

Recent Photography Commissions and News

Every picture tells a story and has a story behind it. The old saying is that a picture is worth a thousand words. 

Browse through some of our recent projects and check out my How-To section if you are considering hiring a photographer for a photoshoot.

Tuck Everlasting Poster design

Tuck Everlasting Poster Illlustration

If you could live for ever, would you? From sketches to key art to the final poster for the musical Tuck Everlasting.
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The Man in Red has a new mission for the boys when a mysterious key gets delivered. Only one clue: “SHARE!” Who is behind the plot to steal the key? Where is the Lost Workshop? And, why do the boys always end up in the middle of these incredible stories? It’s time to join RocketBoy and Gears as they start another great adventure in The Case of the Frosted Key Be sure to check out all the behind the scenes and stories from their past adventures online at mckeephotography.com/christmas

The Case of the Frosted Key – A McKeePhoto Holiday Card

The Studio Holiday Card: The Man in Red has a new mission for the boys when a mysterious key gets delivered. Only one clue: “SHARE!”
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Behind The Scenes and FAQ: A McKeePhoto Holiday Card

The Annual Studio Holiday Card gets lots of questions! Although, generally, they are along the lines of "Why did you do that??" But, some people do ask the question "How?"
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Poster Key Art for behind the scenes

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Spooky Play Poster

This is no dream, my friend! The making of a spooky play poster.
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A Man of No Importance

A Man of No Importance – A Tender Tale for a Play Poster

A Tender Tale for a Play Poster​, photographed in studio for A Man of No Importance.
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Difference between a headshot and a Business Portrait

What’s the Difference between a Headshot and Business Portrait?

If you call me and ask about "headshots" for you or your company, don't be surprised if I call it a Business Portrait! Here's the difference between a headshot and
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More Behind the Photo Stories

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Your marketing project is unique and special

What are your goals for your commercial, advertising or executive photo shoot?

With a little information, we can design a custom Boston Corporate Photography shoot, either in the studio or on location, that can meet and exceed your goals for your marketing program.

Or, give me a call and we can get the project moving that much quicker.