Shaina is an photographer living just outside of Boston. She enjoys shooting in a range of styles from street photography to family portraits. She loves playing with color, light, and the drama of black and white. She shoots primarily on Fuji X cameras.
By day, Shaina is a Speech-Language Pathologist. She provides therapy for people with neurological injuries and diseases such as strokes and Parkinson’s disease.
Shaina has more hobbies than she can count. Some of these include singing, baking, and traveling as frequently and as widely as possible. She recently started running, completing two half marathons in the past year. Her latest endeavor is to teach herself to play mandolin.
When Shaina moved from California to Boston for college, her parents gave her the gift of her first “serious” camera (a Nikon d40). They were hoping she would share pictures and stories of her new life. Little did they know, they would spark a lifelong passion for capturing beauty, emotion, and the little moments that make us human.
If you want to see what Shaina saw, you’re in the right place.