Omega Digital Studios

Omega Digital Studios is a photography collaborative comprised of 3 very successful independent photography businesses:

MonsterJazz Photography (Robert Parris)

CYI Studio <Capture Your Imagination> (Jeff Moy)

Bozton Photography (Michael Bausemer)

Omega Digital Studio in conveniently located at 97-101 Holmes Street
Quincy, Massachusetts. With flexible hours, a friendly staff and the combined talent of 3 highly skilled photographers O.D.S is a must for all photo shoot needs.

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omegadigitalstudios@gmail.com

 

ROBERT PARRIS

How did you develop an interest in photography?

I have always been around some sort of camera since my mother worked for Polaroid. It
has always been a interesting topic for me. My mother would bring cameras home for
me to play with and then I would send the film back to the engineering team to review.

What was the first camera you ever purchased?

My first camera was a Pentax 35mm.

What equipment do you prefer to use?

I prefer Canon equipment and Sigma Artisan lenses.

Do you collaborate well with second shooters or assistants?

 I definitely like to work with a tram. You are able to cover more of the shoot and there is
always a helping hand.

Do you have any formal training?

I have taken classes/workshops at the New England School of Photography. I continue
to take courses there now. 

What prompted your decision to collaborate?

We have been friends for many years and we all love photography. It was a natural fit. 

What was your most recent shoot?

Our last project was working with fashion designer Joe Malaika at his fashion show. 

What is your most memorable shoot to date?

Working the Boston Fashion Awards..

Do you have any advice for models and designers looking for print or onsite work? 

Always have a good plan in place for how you want to shoot the project. You need to
really look at all of the details. Success is in the details. 

Where do you see the company in 5 years’ time? 

I would like to have 4 to 5 studios open in the New England including a studio in NYC.

Have you ever thought about adding a teaching or education component to your studio?

Yes, We are going to offer workshops for models and photographers.

JEFF MOY

How did you develop an interest in photography?

Photography was picked up when I vacationed a lot.  Taking photos of events, friends, and family and making photo album projects.

What was the first camera you ever purchased?

It was a point and shoot Canon camera.  I would bring it everywhere to capture the events that would take place.  I still have the camera in  my house... somewhere.  Haha

What equipment do you prefer to use?

My first DSLR camera was a Nikon D70 but fell in love with Canon when they introduced for the first time the 7D.  I persuaded my friends as well to get the same camera as me. 

Do you collaborate well with second shooters or assistants?

I would say so.  Second shooters or assistants is just as important.  I started off as an assistance for a friend of mine doing back-end leg work to gain experience and knowledge.  You never know what new info you can pick up from other people.

Do you have any formal training?

The only training I had was to be hands-on and learn from trial and error along with photo shooting with friends with the same interest.  Best way for me to learn was surround yourself with people of the same passion and learn from each other. 

What prompted your decision to collaborate?

We decided to collaborate because we always would run into each other at the same events.  We've always valued each other's views and opinions.  We all needed a studio to shoot and wanted to be a professional about it so we decided to come together and become ODS.  

What was your most recent shoot?

Our most recent shoot was for a client who reached out to us and wanted to do a cancer awareness photo shoot.  We were all in support and wanted to help out this client.  Everyone who walks through the doors of ODS, we want to make them feel comfortable and know that we are reliable and ready to collaborate. 

What is your most memorable shoot to date?

There were plenty memorable shoots for me but one that stands out was a pageant shoot over the summer. Not only did I had a fun time shooting but once the photos was posted on social media, I didn't realize how many people viewed my album which was a blessing.  Some of my photos got published in the newspaper.

Do you have any advice for models and designers looking for print or onsite work? 

The only advice I have for models and designers is to have them come reach out to us.  Come on by our studio and we can discuss about any projects.  We would be interested in learning more about the person and their objective. 

Where do you see the company in 5 years’ time? 

I would say we would like to expand our company and grow the team.  We want to solidify that ODS is a company that can help others be successful.  Our motto is, "How can we help you?"

Have you ever thought about adding a teaching or education component to your studio?

Yes we have.  We just need to have people to sign up.

MICHAEL BAUSEMER

How did you develop an interest in photography?

I have always been around some sort of camera since my mother worked for Polaroid. It
has always been a interesting topic for me. My mother would bring cameras home for
me to play with and then I would send the film back to the engineering team to review.

What was the first camera you ever purchased?

My first camera was a Pentax 35mm.

What equipment do you prefer to use?

I prefer Canon equipment and Sigma Artisan lenses.

Do you collaborate well with second shooters or assistants?

 I definitely like to work with a tram. You are able to cover more of the shoot and there is
always a helping hand.

Do you have any formal training?

I have taken classes/workshops at the New England School of Photography. I continue
to take courses there now. 

What prompted your decision to collaborate?

We have been friends for many years and we all love photography. It was a natural fit. 

What was your most recent shoot?

Our last project was working with fashion designer Joe Malaika at his fashion show. 

What is your most memorable shoot to date?

Working the Boston Fashion Awards..

Do you have any advice for models and designers looking for print or onsite work? 

Always have a good plan in place for how you want to shoot the project. You need to
really look at all of the details. Success is in the details. 

Where do you see the company in 5 years’ time? 

I would like to have 4 to 5 studios open in the New England including a studio in NYC.

Have you ever thought about adding a teaching or education component to your studio?

Yes, We are going to offer workshops for models and photographers.

DeAnna Thomas

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