Monthly Archives: February 2010


I started working on a project over the summer with a boxer named Silas Levy, a local up-and-coming heavyweight. The project kind of went to the back burner when things started to get real busy at the end of the summer (Gates-gate, Ted Kennedy’s death, etc.).

Silas recently won the Golden Gloves, the prestigious amateur boxing tournament and the starting point for a potential shot at the U.S. Olympic Team. Here’s a very loose edit of some time I spent with Silas at a fight and at one of his training sessions.

Congrats, Silas!
Silas Levy

The Main Event

I spent my Saturday night last weekend photographing an event for the Boston Center for the Arts in the historic Cyclorama building in the South End. It was a fantastic space for an event billed as a night of fine dining with a little bit of spontaneous art thrown in as well. The main performers in the event were local chefs Barbara Lynch and Gordon Hamersley, who were set up in an “Iron Chef”-like kitchen, spotlit in the center of the hall.

Here are some photos from the event.

Sexy’s Back

May I present to you, the guy who put the D in a B.

2.5.2010 —€” CAMBRIDGE, Mass. —€” Justin Timberlake shows off Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theater's 2010 Man of the Year award on Feb. 5, 2010.

Nothing fancy. A select press pool was allowed to photograph the roasting and awards presentation for the Hasty Pudding Theater’s Man of the Year at Harvard University, who just so happened to be Mr. Sexy’s Back, Justin Timberlake.

I was not part of that press pool, but I’m sure the whole thing will be on YouTube soon enough.

This photo is pretty much the only one without him sitting at a table. Them’s the breaks.

And for the record, Justin Timberlake is a weird-lookin’ dude in person.

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