The poster photo illustration for Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, a play written by Irish dramatist Frank McGuinness and produced and directed by Jack Serio, of BostonTeenActingTroupe.com. We [...]
All was quiet on Christmas Eve as Gears looked over the scope. Suddenly, Rocketboy spots a blip coming out from the North Pole!
The Footlight Club runs a little side program called Series Seven A for directors and people who want to put on shows in their Parker Room, downstairs. It is a little publicized program but has [...]
Some concepts just tend to evolve as you get into the production. We had originally started with the idea of just the hat and hand, like the original production of Seusical had used. And this [...]
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is one of those classic American theater productions that never seems to age. Dealing with relationships, lies and truths, it keeps on capturing the imagination of audiences [...]
Daniel Ian Smith and I have known each other for years and have worked together several times on his various cd projects around town. He is a fantastic jazz musician, band leader and saxaphonist [...]
There are six principles that guide me through the process of making pictures. And the first is: 1. Perception is Everything. Or, as I like to put it, “Your audience is your [...]
Headshots for actors are like any other portrait: the more comfortable your subject is, the better the photos will be. You may recognize Chris from other entries. He and I have worked together a [...]