Aram Boghosian began his career as a Freelance Photojournalist for the Boston Globe, while working toward his degree in Journalism at Northeastern University. After graduating, Aram continued to freelance regularly as a general assignment Photojournalist, and has now been shooting in Boston for over 10 years. In addition to his work at the Globe, Aram has worked with the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, Getty Images, and the Associated Press. He received a 2011 Dart Award for “Excellence in Coverage of Trauma”, and in 2013, contributed to the Boston Globe’s Pulitzer Prize winning coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombing. For his work in video, Aram received a 2012 Boston/New England Emmy Award for “Outstanding Politics/Government Specialty Report”.
Outside of Photojournalism, Aram specializes in Portraiture, Food/Beverage, Corporate, Performance, Architecture, Wedding/Event, and Aerial photography. His work has ranged from high profile stories like the Aaron Hernandez murder trial, to days spent on a boat with local lobster men or in a kitchen with a neighborhood chef. Aram’s favorite part of his work is the opportunity to meet new and interesting people everyday, and witness poignant moments firsthand.