For this 4th of July, I got to have three celebrations! I went to the Somerville Fireworks where I had fun with some long-exposure shots, then I had a night picnic at Robbins Farm in Arlington with some friends, and went to a party at a friends’ house. I also recently got a new camera and 50mm […]
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Every couple months, I go to a meet up or training with Socializing for Justice (SoJust for short). I’ve learned some great tips about networking, branding, social media, freelancing and more! Check them out: Twitter Facebook Meetup
I was privileged to photograph musician and innovator Deepti Navaratna. Deepti has a background in south Indian classical music, which she mixes with many other musical styles. She’s been facilitating a music series called “Dialogues with the Divine”. The concert I photographed was an exploration of Hindu and Christian music, and it guest starred an […]
I did a creative exchange for a lovely gentleman named John Smith. He gave me lessons in music editing and programming in exchange for a head shot session. He studies at Berkelee School of Music and he specializes in creating music for video games. I’m grateful to him for all his help! You can check […]
I recently had the pleasure of photographing the Asian American and Pacific Islander Mental Health Forum (AAPI) at Umass Lowell. AAPI was the first conference I photographed when I started up Leah C-S Photography. There were some great discussions about improving intergenerational communication to preserve culture and tradition, as well as some fabulous traditional Cambodian […]
I recently photographed the Mother’s Day event for WAND (Women’s Action for New Directions). It was a great combination of relaxed, productive and inspiring! The speakers include Sayre Shelden, a founding member of WAND and Congresswoman Katherine Clark. I hope to wok with WAND again!
Here are some photos of my photo student, Mario and his charming companion, Darling. I’m not much of a dog person, but Darling has won me over!
Here are a few photos I took of some forsythia and some new candleholders I picked up at Michael’s craft store! Who says still lives have to be costly?
I did a shoot recently with my friend Punqrose. It was the first shoot I’ve done since winter, and we had a great time. Punqrose is a poet and artist, and overall a strong and beautiful person. When I asked her what she wanted to focus on for the photo shoot, she said “Re-emerging from […]