Whether it is Corporate Photography in Boston, sports photography in New York or event photography in New Jersey, being able to discuss the purpose and elements of the shoot with the client beforehand is always a big advantage. During a scheduled pre-shoot consultation, aspects such as the best time of day, clothes, hair style, props and location can be fully fleshed out. Sure, spontaneity can be magical, but pre-planning can be vital, especially when engaging in corporate portrait photography, where it is imperative that your subject projects a particular image. That image, after all, becomes representative of the company or group that they are a part of. Experts in Corporate Photography in Boston (or in any other environment, for that matter) are able to capture both corporate spirit and the individual’s personality in their pictures. One good way to achieve this, is to familiarize yourself with and try to understand the entity’s “corporate image” and what exactly the firm or organization wants the public to think of them upon seeing your photo. The corporate portrait you are looking at is that of Nesrin Ozalp. She is the assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M in Qatar. Her responsibility is as head of the Sustainable Energy Research Lab, which (at the time this picture was taken) had a budget of $2.2 million from the Qatar National Research Fund. So, all at one she is a representative of three different entities. Her own achievements, however, cannot be overlooked as Ozalp is also the inventor of a new kind of clean reactor that produces hydrogen and carbon black using solar energy and natural gas. I think this portrait captures some sense of the complexity of her roles in a science and technology field. The contrast of the stark white of the framework in which she stands with the dark shade of her suit works to let her stand out but still remain a part of it all.