Full Contact’s Amy Rappeport hired Indresano for Safety 1st’s new car seat- designed to minimize the effect of side-impact crashes.

When Our Producer ¬†couldn’t find an existing car to meet the “crash specs”, we sent Robyn Maguire, Studio Intern, off to the junk yard to find a car we could mold to our needs.

Robyn prepping the custom smashed car; now with the impact where the child safety seat would be.

Destruction compliments of G&J Towing.

Michael overcoming spacial challenges to get the shot (with the show mom making her way to the front: My Baby’s gonna be famous!).

We moved the studio outside for the day.

Digital Tech, Rob Coshow (a.k.a. Spiderman) going above and beyond his job description to keep the babies entertained.

Full Contact‘s Creative Director, Tim Foley joins Michael in taking a look at the latest shot.

Ryan, from Safety 1st, turned into a kid himself on this shoot!

This little champ takes a break to build up his energy for his next big smile.

Keeping happy babies was a big task, but Ryan and stylist, Beth Wickwire, stepped up to the plate and hit it out of the park.
God Bless them.

Take a look at the photos in use!


At times we have to venture out of the studio-
it’s a good thing Michael owns this warehouse space.
It takes a lot of set-up for this kind of shoot, but the crew enjoys the challenge.

Intern Robyn Maguire earns her keep making that car shine, while Digital Tech Rob Coshow “supervises” (a.k.a. slacks off).


A behind-the-scenes peek at how Michael perfects his acclaimed lighting.
Chevy Dealership Owner, Gary Beard,
takes a shot of his Camaro for the last time.


Rob inspects the set-up while Greg stands in for Dustin.


Dustin’s arrival.


Pedroia gets ready for a quick outfit change, with assistance from WEEI‘s, Emily Starr and Melissa Capuano.


Handing over the keys: The Camaro is Dustin’s for the summer, then one lucky winner gets to keep it!

Lunchpail Production‘s Videographer, Jason Jenkins, covered the shoot.

Play his video for complete coverage of the shoot: