This is part two of an earlier blog post about Claude Shannon. In 1948 Claude Elwood Shannon created “Information Theory” which eventually gave us the fax machine, CD, digital wireless telephone [...]
Another photo from our archives of the cryptographer, Ron Rivest. We photographed him in his office at MIT for Scientific American Magazine. Dr. Rivest is the “R” and one of the [...]
We’ve been recently reading more about nuclear power plants having problems renewing their licenses, so we decided share with you our tour of a nuclear power plant. First you have to get [...]
As the next season begins over at CBS for the Survivor, it’s time to reflect on the first survivor, Richard Hatch. Photographed below at his house, just after winning the Survivor TV show, [...]
After ten centuries of burying people in the “cemetery of Innocent,” in 1786, all the remains of 6 million Parisians were moved to a quarry under the city. The bones were laid out in [...]
Sometimes you just walk into a room and miracles happen:
This great photo of reflections on the MIT campus was installed in every room at the Hyatt Cambridge. It was converted to Black and white for the walls. They found it on my Photos of Boston website.
I shot PR and product photography for the Polaroid Corporation in the 1990’s. You can see some of them by following the “Polaroid” tag. Here’s a shot from 1995 of the lab [...]