Boston photographer by appointment only, often available for urgent, last-minute portrait sessions.
Boston Boston photographer Ryuji Suzuki for corporate editorial & fashion work in Boston

Availability Feb 2021

Boston photographer available for the studio and on-site work with short notice.

COVID-19 related update — Last updated on 16 Feb 2021

We are shooting in the studio and outdoors with physical distancing whenever practicable. Please fill out the form and make an appointment for a scheduled telephone consultation.

All sessions by appointment only. Advance payment is required to secure your appointment.

Editorial photography

We’ll try our best to accommodate the subject’s schedule and deadline. Please contact the studio with your photo brief and timeline.

Corporate accounts

If you are booking as a corporate project (rather than an individual one), please choose the corporate option on the inquiry form. Headshots, executive portraits, and group shots are booked per project, and usually on-site. Please include your available dates and turnaround requirement.

Personality portraits and other outdoor portraits in Boston Fort Point (Seaport) district:

Booking is subject to weather; it is best to plan and finalize the schedule 1-2 days before the tentative date. It is also weather-dependent, and we avoid very hot days and thunderstorms. The weather is beautiful now, September is the best month for an outdoor portrait.

We book only one session per day in the late afternoon to evening, to make full use of the best quality natural light.

Limited Availability of Outdoor Portraits in Winter

Outdoor portraits (personality portrait, spotlight portrait, etc.) are always done in the late afternoon, and we can work with only one shoot per day, at most. It is also weather-dependent, and can’t be shot on a windy, rainy, or very cold day. The best time for this type of work is April through June, and then late August to October. (Guideline: “feel like” temperature between 9 °C and 27 °C, wind and wind gust below 20 km/h, precipitation chance less than 40%.) Forecast changes and is unreliable more than a day or two away; expect some frustration when coordinating with the weather, and we recommend you wait until spring unless your work schedule is so flexible that you can drop all else when good weather and availability happen together.