Fabrizio Cacciatore
 

Cacciatore’s career began over 20 years ago as photographer for a sports reporter.  He photographed the UN effort in Somalia in 1993, graduating from the New England School of Photography in 1996 with an Advertising and Editorial degree.  He has been shooting Advertising assignments for over ten years and became owner and founder of Boston Studio in 2003.  

Cacciatore currently focuses on assignments for the Boston Design Center and lives in the MetroWest area with his wife and daughter.

For additional information please visit fabriziocacciatore.com

 

 

 

 

Michelle Joyce
 

Trained as a fine artist at Syracuse University and Central School of Art Design in London, England, Michelle Joyce has worked as a commercial photographer in Boston for the past thirteen years.  She shoots an array of subjects for advertising, editorial, corporate and fine art clients locally and nationwide, with clients including Reebok, GregNorman Apparel, Rockport, Better Homes and Gardens, and The Westin.

Joyce resides on Boston's South Shore with her husband and two sons.
 
For more information, please visit Michelle Joyce Photography

michellejoycephotography.com

 

 

 

 

Bob Packert
 

Packert's passion for photography began over 20 years ago while achieving a BA in Fine Art and Graphic Design. As co-founder and partner of the Boston based photographic team White/Packert, Bob now specializes in lifestyle, fashion and fine art photography, while working with clients including: Bose, TDK, Fidelity Investments and Boston Magazine.

Packert holds a strong appreciation for graphic and textural art and often features a humorous twist within his works. He has won numerous awards and been published in; Communication Arts, Art Directors Club of NY, Graphis Photo Annual and Tokyo One to name a few.

Packert currently lives on the North Shore with his wife and teenage son.

For more information please visit: whitepackert.com

 

 

 

 

Anthony Rugnetta
 

Raised as a baker, Rugnetta has always enjoyed creating for people to enjoy, something he continues to achieve through his photography.  A Boston native who began shooting at the age of 9, his love for photography has taken him all over the world, now working mainly between Philadelphia, Miami and his home-town of Boston.  

Seen behind and in front of the camera, Anthony's career in modeling proved inspiring.  He is a strong role-model and photographer who takes great personal care in his photographing and consulting of models.  

Rugnetta’s photography focuses on landscape with fashion and beauty elements.

For additional information please visit: anthonyrugnettaphoto.com

 

 

 

 

Tanit Sakakini
 

Editorial and Fine Art photographer/video artist, Sakakini,creates what ABC's City Line called, "elegantly irreverent" images of local and national artists, writers, chefs and actors including David Spade, Jimmy Smits, and Matt Dillon.

With a BA in Liberal Arts from Tufts University, Tanit worked first in film and advertising in NYC and San Francisco, before setting out as a photojournalist for the Oakland Tribune. Today she draws liberally upon her background in performing arts to create theatrical, narrative-driven portraiture and fashion for local and national magazines and Fine Art galleries.

For more information, please visit: tanitsakakini.com 

 

 

 

 

Kristen Lucas

Goldilocks

Screenwriter/Independent Producer

 

Ms. Lucas graduated from Salem State College with a BS in Communications/Advertising.  She minored in film studies and was invited to work as a production assistant on a New York University student thesis project, From The Eagle’s Nest, during her senior year.  In addition, she attended The Media Workshops at the UCLA in an effort to further enhance her education in the field of film and television.

 

After graduation, she attended Dov Simens, 2-day Film School, where she met a local director in search of a film crew for his first feature, Eternal Desires. She was hired as a Production Assistant, but during shooting she was promoted to Production Coordinator.  Later that same year, she Co-Produced a short 16mm film, B-Boyz, with members of the Boston Film and Video Foundation.

 

While working full time in advertising, Ms. Lucas wrote, produced, directed and edited a 16mm short film, From The Moment I Saw You.  As a result, a friend approached her to Co-Produce another 16 mm short film, Sweet Dreams Kid.  Next, she was hired by Basic Pictures, as a Production Manager on the feature film, Pray for Power.

 

Ten years after graduating from college, Ms. Lucas went back to school and completed the Graduate Screenwriting Certificate program at Emerson College.  Snowflake, her first feature length screenplay has been optioned by Gold Coast Productions in Los Angeles and is currently in development.  She plans to stay involved as Co-Producer throughout production.  She is currently working on her 2nd feature length screenplay, Fortune Cookie, as well as pitching a short film idea, One Drop, to WGBH for consideration.  Currently she maintains her full time position as the Marketing Manager for HomeGoods, a division of the TJX Companies, but continues to expand her education by attending film festivals and seminars such as Robert McKee’s Story.

 

For more information, please contact: Goldilocks Productions