Francine Zaslow is an award-winning photographer based in Boston - where she has a stunning, light-drenched 4000 square foot studio, with a fully-equipped kitchen and prop room filled with unique surfaces and treasures. Her portfolio is always expanding with new clients stretching from food to product, interiors to lifestyle. In addition, her passion and commitment to her fine art work have her exploring both still and video projects where she is shooting, styling and directing.
This year, with all it's uncertainty, Francine has been able to move forward with photoshoots, as well as video, working remotely or in-person, no travel needed. Her years of experience and her creative eye, give her clients comfort knowing she will bring attention to detail and her carefully crafted lighting to every assignment.
Current work includes an extensive project working with long-time clients and creators of The Maker Hotel, a richly appointed boutique Inn in Hudson, NY. The idea is to showcase the world of all “makers:” artisans, artists, and craftspeople. Zaslow herself, coming from a family of artists and "makers,” felt very connected to this assignment. Capturing the carefully curated artwork and unique furnishings - all shot with a moody, romantic feel - helped to create a signature look for the hotel. Photos from this project were published in the New York Times, Departures Magazine, and Forbes.com, among others.
To see more information, please visit the website: francinezaslow.com
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