Indresano Photography would like to introduce you to our newest member of our team. Meet Hassy; our Swedish import, dedicated to making our images sing and our clients happy.

The great folks at EP Levine helped us get the latest Apple Mac Pro Tower and LED Cinema display synched to make sure that the huge, yet stunning files the Hasselblad H4-50 produces to can be shown to our clients instantly. Or if they prefer to relax in our massage chair, they can watch the the shoot progress in real time on an iPad. We are excited to use it next week on an upcoming shoot!

In no time the new camera is comfortable in Michael’s hands as he takes it for his first test drive.
Millie, (from left) Michael, and Corey listen to Shawn from EP Levine explain the capabilities of the new camera and capture software.


Range Design called Michael to create a unique shot:
looking UP from inside a puddle!
It looks like a sunny day inside Indresano Studio.
This boot’s really strung up.
Stylist Bonnie Anderson is on hand to ‘make it rain’.
A lot goes into being a puddle-
Not a piece of equipment was spared.
It wasn’t easy for Michael to allow this much dirt in his studio,
but look how it paid off!


Finally! There was a reason why high school chemistry existed, other than to lower student GPAs and cause schools across the country to be evacuated,  as Michael Indresano Studio went back to CHEM 101 and morphed into a research lab for a few days.

Fortunately this was not shot using film and processing it using chemicals, but we could have pulled it off by just going into the kitchen and creating our own darkroom.

After being sworn to Manhattan Project levels of secrecy, Michael and the rest of the team donned white lab coats and methodically created some wonderful images that the client was very happy with – and yes, the studio is still in one piece.

Hair and makeup artist, Heidi Wells, is careful not let any stray powder mix with the solution in the beakers.
There is no such thing as a “strange light” in a photo studio.
The entire creative team looks over the images.


 Stylist Sara Mills-Broffman does everything
from shorelines to campsites.
 We had her create the perfect sand dune for a sunny getaway.
 Of course, the sand needs to be perfect- down to the last grain.
For a change of gears, Sara stands in to help our model
hold up a kayak.
Ever see anything more in need of a steaming than a tent?
 Luckily, we can kick back at the end of the day and relax with some perfectly placed cans of soda.


The studio saw lots of foam recently on a shoot with Cambridge BioMedical Group and Onset Therapeutics.

Who would know how to perfect a dollop? Food Stylist
Maria Del Mar Sacasa!

Maria, are you going to clean this mess?

It’s getting there…



 New York hand model, Desiree, on set for the next shot.

 Digital Tech, Robyn Maguire, gives this fabric a little breeze.

Final Ad.



Here’s our mission!
The mocha is jumping off the page. It almost looks real!

Food Stylist, John Carafoli, getting some help from
Studio Assistant, Robyn Maguire.

I guess that swirl wasn’t good enough for John. Nothing but the best.

-No Trespassing-
This means you, Michele! And your little toy camera!

Getting kicked out of the kitchen was great inspiration.

Account Manager, Kate May, trying to get some work done.

Creative Director, Neil Martin, doing some backseat styling.

Neil’s not an easy man to please. Poor John.

Everything gets organized here. You shouldn’t expect anything less with the OCD Photographer around.

Neil’s gone crazy by the end of the day.
Maybe he had too much caffeine.


…to promote their new line of custom promotional products.

Cheerleader, Alyssa, modeling one of Custom Universe‘s
baseball jerseys.


Former Patriot’s Cheerleader, Asia, on and off screen.


Asia modeling the basic Tee
(which can be customized with your company’s name).
Cheerleader, Kirsten, on set getting blown away by
Studio Assistant, Robyn Maguire.

Kirsten’s promoting more product.


NE Patriot’s player Gary Guyton getting pampered on set by Wardrobe Stylist, Tara Peek, and Make-up Artist, Carla Antonino.
Studio Producer posing with Gary.
Michael had to get his “signature style” shot…of course!

Custom Universe Owners Rob Noe and Peter Mugford pose with Gary Guyton, and his Agent, Sean Stellato.


We shot portraits of the New England Patriots
at the Mayo Bowl event, a fundraiser for Pitching in for Kids


The host of the Mayo Bowl, Jerod Mayo…


and Jerod in the flesh.


Matt Light and a guest waiting for their turn on the lanes.

Kim Zayotti and Erin Perron
from Blue Sky Sports Entertainment taking in the action.

Some of the Bowlers/Patriots:


Tully Banta-Cain…


Eric Alexander…

Gary Gutyon…


Randy Moss making a surprise (undercover) appearance…


and Brandon Meriweather.


The Superbowl of Cakes!


Whew, all that fun is exhausting!
Assistant Rob and Producer Michele
relaxing at the end of the night.


Final portrait images coming soon!