I am a Boston event photographer working in a creative, documentary style. What started as a hobby taking concert photos, has turned into work as a freelance Boston event photographer for nightlife, social, networking and corporate events. View my photography portfolio at Sooz Photography.
The JP Music Festival is an annual summer music festival in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts featuring musicians who either live or work in Jamaica Plain. This year’s festivities took place on September 7, 2013. View the JP Festival photo gallery to see more of my photos of Tallahassee and The Grownup Noise.
Now in its seventeenth year, Science Club for Girls (SCFG) has established an excellent reputation as a nonprofit organization with expertise in girls-specific programming in underserved communities. SCFG was recognized with one of six national MetLife AfterSchool Innovator Awards in Fall 2010 for the design and impact of our Science Clubs and CELLS program. We are also the recipient the Nonprofit of the Year award by Cambridge Chamber of Commerce in 2009.
Currently, SCFG provides free, hands-on science and engineering programs to over 1,000 girls in five cities in eastern Massachusetts (Cambridge, Lawrence, Boston, Newton and Fitchburg), and in Pokuase, Ghana.
About the Catalyst Awards:
The Catalyst Awards recognize individuals who are strategic, innovative and effective in promoting diversity in science, technology and engineering; who are skilled and dedicated to effecting change from a systems level down to a personal level to help individuals and groups realize their dreams; and embody those qualities that inspire the best in us: a sense of justice, dedication to excellence, and genuine engagement.
Sooz photography provided event photography services for the National Assessment Governing Board’s symposium on October 24, 2011 at the Westin Waterfront in Boston. View the photo gallery to see more photographs from the event.
About the event:
The NAEP 12th Grade Preparedness Commission is currently hosting a series of symposia across the country to discuss how The Nation’s Report Card can serve as this critical indicator. The Boston symposium, the second of the series, will convene regional leaders in government, education, business, and civil rights to obtain local perspectives on the utility of the NAEP initiative and its relevance for Massachusetts.