William O'Brien Jr. is an Associate Professor in the MIT Department of Architecture and principal of WOJR. He is seen here in WOJR's office in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, on Fri., June 21, 2019.
Fatumah Mohamed, 43, is a refugee from Darfur, Sudan, recently resettled in Utica, New York, USA. She is seen here in a classroom at the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees where she is learning English and other skills useful for her new life in Utica. When asked what she would like to do for a job in her new life, she said she might start as a housekeeper but wanted to become a judge like Luis Gabriel Moreno Ocampo, the first Chief Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court. The Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees is one of the largest resettlement agencies in the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service network, though it is a secular organizatnoi. The Center has assisted in the resettlement of refugees from 31 countries since it began in 1979.
10-month-old Sadie Gutner wears a Mimo onesie with sensors at the Mimo headquarters Boston, Massachusetts, USA, on Mon., April 28, 2014. Sadie is the daughter of Mike Gutner who handles operations for Mimo, and she is wearing one of the company's onesies, made by Mimo, which has a variety of sensors on it. The onesie has a detachable frog-shaped communication device that transmits data from the onesie's sensors and sends the data to a smartphone app, which displays information about the baby's respiration, skin temperature, position, and activity level. The onesie is washable and the device is water-resistant.
Anthony Abraham Jack is an Assistant Professor of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, seen here on Tue., January 29, 2019. This is Professor Jack's first year teaching and he is the author of the forthcoming book published by Harvard University Press, "The Privileged Poor: How elite colleges are failing disadvantaged students."
Jeffrey Zhang is a sophomore undergraduate student studying Mathematics and Computer Science at MIT seen in the Dupont Gym in the Zesiger Center on MIT's campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, on Sun., Apr. 9, 2017.
NOTE: Image has been digitally altered to remove a flash reflection.
Postdoc Gordon Wetzstein in MIT's Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Undergraduate student Tiandra Ray is a senior in MIT's Department of Architecture in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Her work uses patterns of light derived from nature that, when placed in a campus environment, help promote a mentally healthy space.
Virak Uy is the Director of Asian American Student Advancement Program at Middlesex Community College and helped to establish the Asian American Connections Center at the school in Lowell, Mass., USA. He is seen at his desk in the Asian American Connections Center, on Thurs., Feb. 15, 2018. The Asian American Connections Center was established at the school using a federal grant in 2016 and serves as a focal point for the Asian community at the school, predominantly Cambodian, to gather, socialize, study, and otherwise take part in student life.
Simona Dalin is a graduate student in MIT's Department of Biology. She is seen here in the Student Art Association's Ceramics Studio in MIT's Building W20 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, on Wed., March 22, 2017.
Christopher Soghoian was recently hired as the first technologist for the American Civil Liberties Union. Soghoian, now a PhD, has worked with think tanks, NGOs and the US Federal Trade Commission on topics relating to privacy and security in technology. Soghoian is photographed here in his hotel room at the Hyatt Regency in Newport, Rhode Island, while in the city for a security conference. Soghoian first rose to prominence when he made a website that would create fake airline boarding passes as an illustration of the relative effectiveness of Transportation Security Agency measures in US airports.
Owen Nannarone, of Scituate, Mass., is a 10-year-old inventor.
Carlha Toussaint, 24, of Brockton, Massachusetts, is a community organizer with the Coalition for Social Justice in Brockton, Massachusetts, USA. She is seen here in Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts.
Reuben Greenaway is a machine operator custodian in MIT's Department of Facilities in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Lauryn Mooney of Boston painted her face red, white and blue and the words "Boston Strong." She stood opposite the Cathedral of the Holy Cross as President Obama gathered with others on April 18, 2013, 3 days after the bombings at the 2013 Boston Marathon.
Martin Culpepper is a professor of mechanical engineering at MIT and is the department's "maker czar" in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Alexandra K. Glazier is the President and CEO of New England Organ Bank, an organ procurement organization based in Waltham, Massachusetts, serving the greater New England area.
A young woman poses with her home-made eclipse viewers on the steps outside of MIT's Building 7 on Massachusetts Avenue on the campus of MIT after a solar eclipse viewing event in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, on Mon., Aug. 21, 2017. This solar eclipse is the first in nearly 40 years to have a path observable total eclipse from coast to coast in the United States. People at this location in Massachusetts, however, only observed about 66% coverage of the moon over the sun.
Peter Hicks is the longest-employed facilities worker at MIT, where he now works in the mail sorting facility at the loading dock in the basement of the STATA Center on MIT's campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He has worked at MIT for about 48 years as of the date of this picture, which was taken on Thurs., July 27, 2017.
Dr. Ramesh Raskar is the leader of the Camera Culture group in MIT's Media Lab at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Adam Chlipala is an Associate Professor of Computer Science in the Programming Languages & Verification Group at MIT's
Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, seen here at the STATA Center (Building 32) at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, on Tues., June 4, 2019.
Jack Ursitti, diagnosed on the autism spectrum, uses an iPad both for leisure activities, such as listening to music and looking at photos of his family, and for educational activities.
Dericka Ingram, 18, has studied for 1 year at the Re-engagement Center at Madison High School in the Roxbury area of Boston, Massachusetts.
Art Love has worked in the office of Motel Caswell for six years, seen here in the lobby of the motel in Tewksbury, Massachusetts, USA, on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011.
Thomas W. Malone is the Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management and the founding director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Farmer. Rural Jiangsu Province, China.
Chase Main, 31, player on the Fort Belknap College Eagles basketball team, poses for a portrait in his home near the Fort Belknap Agency, Montana, USA.
A selection of portraiture from assignment work and personal projects.