Summer 2018


02-03_BCSum18_Contrib-GoodmanJohn Goodman, Photographer
Goodman’s work is in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and MOMA, among others, and has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, Esquire, and Boston Magazine. He has shot campaigns for Converse, Gap, and Gucci, and is on the faculty of the College of Art and Design at Lesley University. Of this assignment to photograph David Fialkow, he says: “I often find that I have to provide most of the energy on a shoot, but in this case I was swooped up by David’s positive, spirited embrace of life. Whoever named the firm General Catalyst certainly got David right. He is a man with a mission.”

Nick Grube, Writer
Grube is the Washington, DC, correspondent for Honolulu Civil Beat, an online public affairs and watchdog journalism site. His awards include the Gannett Foundation Award for Innovative Investigative Journalism for a series on police misconduct. For BC Law Magazine, Grube tells the story of Alexander Silvert ’84, who uncovered one of the largest police corruption scandals in Hawaii history. What began with a seemingly small crime spiraled into a drama that led to serious questions of abuses of power in the police department and city prosecutor’s office. As one guilty officer put it at trial: “What’s done is done, sir.”

02-03_BCSum18_Contrib-WhiteheadJane Whitehead, Writer
British-born writer Jane Whitehead is based in Boston and New York. An Oxford graduate, she was associate director of Health Promotion Services in Cambridge, England, before coming to the US in 1992. Her features, essays, and profiles have appeared in the Boston Globe, ArchitectureBoston, The Horn Book Magazine, and many local newspapers and alumni publications, including Boston College and Boston College Law School magazines. Of her article on five BC Law Public Service Scholars, she says: “Each person’s story was inspiring in its own way. I was touched by their dedication to making the world more inclusive and just.”

02-03_BCSum18_Contrib-KalinowskiMatt Kalinowski, Photographer
Kalinowski is an editorial and commercial photographer living on the north shore of Boston. His clients include Oracle, Airbnb, CVS, Food and Wine, Boston Magazine, Yankee Magazine, and The Scientist. For the assignment with Polly Crozier for our Public Service Scholars feature, he says: “We shot on an extremely windy afternoon. My assistant and I walked around the Adams courthouse in Boston looking for any shelter from the wind. Usually, we search for the most interesting location. In this case, the place with the least wind would drive our decision. Upon meeting Polly, it was clear she would be a great subject no matter where we photographed her.”

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