new england May 2023


Daylight Boston Boston rental studios photo & film

Daylight Boston is a rental studio in Newton, with two spaces: the Loft and The CYC.

The Loft features hardwood floors, windows on two sides, south and west, sliding blackout curtains throughout, plain white walls on east and north, six dedicated 110 electrical lines, a full kitchen and common space to the elevator.

The CYC features: a 20’ wide CYC wall, white epoxy floor 30’ wide x 36’ deep, additional wood floor on either side, west facing windows along entire white floor, sliding blackout curtains throughout, two east facing windows and seven dedicated 110 electrical lines.

Paul Saraceno Boston Still Life and Food Photographers

Paul Saraceno is a food and product photographer based in Newton, Massachusetts. With over 25 years of experience, Paul has consistently created stunning images through his meticulous craft and deep relationships with creative directors, food stylists and prop/set designers.

Together with top digital, video and retouching teams, he is able to provide outstanding work for his clients. His 5000 sq.ft. studio has a fully equipped kitchen and abundant daylight.

His portfolio can be viewed on his website.

Heath Robbins Photography Boston people & lifestyle photographers

Heath Robbins is a Boston-based photographer and director who loves to tell real life stories. Whether on location or in his 12,000 sq ft studio, he is methodical and detailed in his approach to creating authentic imagery.

His lifestyle and business images are both aspirational and relatable and as an unapologetic foodie, his immersion into the culinary industries shows that he is not only knowledgeable about the genre but a genuinely passionate participant.

His commitment to great creative partnerships has generated a large client list including Stonyfield Yogurt, 90+ Wines, Heineken, BJ’s Wholesale Club and Hood among others.

Peter Baiamonte Berkshires - New York Lifestyle and Portraiture Photographers

Peter Baiamonte wants to tell a story, give a glimpse of a place, show some personality, and reveal some meaning behind his images.

His strengths include clean storytelling, rigorous composition, vibrant colors, creative problem solving, and an ability to connect with his subjects, setting them at ease and making their time in front of the camera comfortable. He also excels at assembling an excellent crew, working collaboratively with clients and creating a friendly, happy vibe on set.

Peter’s work includes many styles and disciplines: portraiture, lifestyle, landscape, travel, and sports, among others. He splits his time between New York City and the Massachusetts Berkshires, working regularly with clients in New York and Boston as well as the entirety of New England. He is available to travel worldwide.

In this Showcase, there are images from work for Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, University of the Pacific, First Manhattan Co., Sarankco, an experimental multiple exposure portrait, and images from an ongoing essay exploring the world of dirt track automobile racing at Lebanon Valley Speedway.

Peter's clients include Ernst & Young, Con Edison, Panasonic, Bayer, Harrison and Star, Novartis, Berkshire Magazine, TevaNeuroscience, and Webster Bank.

Mike Cutler Vermont - New York car & transportation photographers

Mike is an automotive photographer and videographer based in Vermont.

He specialises in the automotive industry, working recently with Roadshow by CNET.

Mike is eager to branch out and work with new clients in 2023.

Mark Manne Boston food & drink photographers

"I have been a food and beverage photographer in the Boston area for three years. 

My favorite part of being a food photographer is that I usually get to try the food. So with a consumer's eye (some pun intended), I eat with my eyes first. I try to bring that perspective to my photos, by making images starring the food first and foremost.

Working directly with restaurants, marketing groups, and magazines, my work has been featured all over the New England area. Other recent work includes campaigns for Harpoon Brewery (UFO), and Cold Fusion Gelato."

Ben Gancsos Boston architecture photographers

Ben is a photographer who entered the medium by way of the documentary tradition. He honed his skills of observation and invisibility with years of street and journalistic image making, before turning his attention more fully to the constructed environment. Following stints as a staff photojournalist and an institutional photographer for universities and medical centers, Ben has been photographing architecture and interiors for well over a decade.

Ben photographs architectural exteriors, interiors, and people. He works closely with architects, designers, and decorators, as well agency creatives to make images that communicate their ideas and intentions, while granting viewers a taste and feel of the created environments. Wether commercial, residential, or something in between, Ben has been photographing places and spaces, from the boiler rooms to the board rooms.

Based in Portland, Maine, and working throughout the New England region, Ben travels frequently to various parts of the country, as well as abroad. He gladly accepts assignments anywhere in the world.

Cheryl Clegg Boston portrait photographers

Photographer Cheryl Clegg has over 25 years of experience in the advertising world. She works on a range of portrait projects, lifestyle work, catalogue work and corporate work.

She is equally comfortable shooting in studio and on location near and far; Cheryl is able to capture the essence of her subjects, evoking emotion in every shot and creating visuals that are eye catching.

The photographs appearing in this Spotlight include: Marcus Smart of the Boston Celtics, The Kelley family of the Endangered Lobsterman project, portraits for McLean Hospital’s 'Deconstructing Stigma' campaign, influencer Chef Nick DiGiovanni, musician Dave Herlihy of OPositive Fame, the Geyed sportswear collection, writer Blythe Brown and work for The Worthington Foundation.

Scott Goodwin Boston advertising photographers

Scott Goodwin is a commercial photographer and has been shooting for over 30 years. Although Scott’s studio is located in Ipswich, MA, he shoots both domestically and internationally.

Scott particularly enjoys the variety of challenges that the diversity of his assignments brings him. He will be shooting on location abroad one week, followed by the next week of in-studio. From location to jewellery to fashion, Scott adds his trained eye and creative talents alongside an even temperament that keeps the shoot together and moving.

Scott not only diversifies his abilities in photography, but his personal hobbies are quite broad ranged as well. Scott shoots competitive skeet and sporting clays, is a certified re-breather scuba diver, spends some of his free time as a rescue boat captain for SeaTow, and is a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.

Adam DeTour Boston Food and Portrait Photographers

Whatever the subject, photographer Adam DeTour brings a unique and devoted eye to his projects and assignments. A sought after food and portrait photographer, with a full service studio in Boston, MA, his clients include The New York Times, Boston Magazine, Improper Bostonian, and many others.

Landing in Boston by way of New Hampshire, Italy, and New York City, Adam is both meticulous and approachable in his work. Outside of photography he enjoys swimming, hiking, and time at home with his wife and daughters.