The Boston Globe just ran an article about the history of modern biotechnology and software industries in Cambridge. It starts with Dan Bricklin conceiving the first spreadsheet for a [...]
There are a lot of photographers out there all claiming to do the same thing, so it’s often hard to differentiate myself from others in the market. Until you take the photo, no one really [...]
Dr. Linda Buck, winner of the 2004 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, photographed in her lab at Harvard Medical School, with HMS fellow Bettina Malnic (left). They worked on discovering how [...]
Here’s our photo of Dr. Michael Rosbash in his Brandeis University lab with his “ant farms.” He won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discoveries in the [...]
From an unsolicited Facebook posting:
Looking for an adventure, Eric and I drove for 2 days from Boston, up to Prince Edward Island, to watch the two minutes of “totality” of the solar eclipse that year. It was worth the [...]
Last year, while biking through Provence, I came upon several caves that were repurposed. One was turned into a gigantic audio/visual show with 360 degree projection of Marc Chagall’s art [...]
Below is my photo portrait of leap year baby, Henri Termeer (February 28, 1946 – May 12 2017). He was photographed for Genzyme.