Boston, MA, United States
Most of all, I enjoy working on long term social documentary projects and newsworthy events and stories. I prefer wide angles and manage to include a lot of details in one frame.
I was born in Minsk, Belarus and received my first degree in World Economy from the Belarusian State Economic University. After working for several years in finance, I decided to pursue career in photography and in 2013 completed Professional Photography Program at the New England School of Photography (Boston, MA), concentrating on Documentary (Honors), Advertising (Honors), and Fine Art Black&White.
Currently, I live and freelance in Boston, MA. I have done work for ChildFund International, RBC Magazine (Russia), Psychologies Magazine (Russia), Boston Bar Association, Boston Celtics, LeanIn, Education Pioneers (Greater Boston) and other local businesses. I have also been contributing to ZUMA.
- Breaking news
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- Video capture
In the Name of Jesus
Father Sinisa exits a confessional after hearing confessions at St. Mary's Chapel in Lynn, MA on Tuesday, December 20, 2016. / This photo essay looks into everyday life of a Millennial young priest, his responsibilities, work with the community and challenges of this calling.
Reverend Sinisa Ubiparipovic is a Parochial Vicar at St. Paul Parish in Hingham, MA. Parishioners call him Father Sinisa. He was ordained in 2015 at the age of 28.
Ubiparipovic was born in Bosnia in 1987 to an Orthodox Serb father and a Catholic Croatian mother. His father died fighting in the Bosnian civil war. His mother moved with him and his brother to Germany and then to the US through a Catholic charity’s program. Prior to becoming a priest, Ubiparipovic went to Bentley University and double-majored in Accounting and Liberal studies.
He is an outgoing, energetic young man, who likes to travel, often tells jokes during Mass, used to sing in a Catholic student band, appears on CatholicTV and works with youth.
In the Name of Jesus
Father Sinisa gives his blessing to a parishner during Mass at St. Mary's Chapel in Lynn, MA on Tuesday, December 20, 2016. (Photo by Alena Kuzub)