Capturing the Emotion at Events (Corporate Photography) | Boston Corporate Event Photographer
Every time I go in to cover a corporate event in Greater Boston, I think about the story that the photos need to tell. What is this day about? Who are the key characters? What are the images that we’ll need to visually weave together the events of the day?
Event photography is exciting and often fast moving, and as such thinking about these things ahead of time is vital.
Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to photograph the MLK Luncheon at Bentley University. In addition to the annual MLK celebration, the event honored the university’s longstanding ombudsman, Dr. Earl Avery, who is retiring this year.
I’ve photographed this event before, and each year it’s one of my favorites to cover. But with Dr. Avery’s retirement, I knew that this year’s luncheon would be even more full of emotion because he’s had such a powerful impact both on an individual level (for students, faculty, and staff) and on an institutional level.
It was an honor to capture these moments, and I’m already looking forward to next year!