Asha Waterhouse is an artist specializing in digital photography & videography. He started shooting professionally in 2013; focusing solely on helping artists, creators, and small business owners create aesthetically-pleasing visuals for their brands and their products & services. Asha considers his journey to beautify the best and brightest of Boston’s independent artist and small business community a success. He’s also been fortunate enough to use his expertise for a plethora of shooting scenarios including but not limited to: product merchandising, weddings, commercial projects, small events, animals, food, automotive and more. Asha has successfully completed and delivered projects to over 100 happy clients over the past decade and is committed to continuing to be an industry thought-leader and super-producer for the next ten.
What I love most about my job as a photographer and visual artist is being able to take imaginative concepts and turn them into realities. Of course, the picture is only a single snapshot of a moment in time, but these moments serve a greater purpose. They inspire, tell stories, convey emotions, and more. As I mentioned in my philosophy of photography all perspectives on the art form are subjective to the individual. Being able to connect and understand the perspectives of those who commission, admire, or notice my art is what keeps me in love with this job.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
During my career, I’ve done a lot of events that have stood out and I remember to this day. Events where people Dance and are constantly moving and enjoying themselves; specifically high-energy events like weddings, birthday parties, and nightlife come to mind immediately.
I make these sessions special by bringing a unique energy and perspective to every event. Capturing photos where people are candid and lively makes me happy. It’s even more special when people see and react to the images, and express to me how much joy it’s brought to them.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
I have been recognized as a featured artist in multiple galleries and events over the years, both online and in-person. My work has been sold to collectors at art shows and auctions.
There are no notable awards or honors I’ve received for my photography at this point. However, I am exploring options for contests and artist grants beginning in 2022.
A fun fact about this photographer
Many are familiar with my work in the visual & photographic arts, I’m also a musician. I am a keyboardist and have been playing piano for 22 years. I took my first piano lesson on January 1, 2000.
I still play actively daily and have written & produced over 30+ songs. Web3 technology has given the ability to people around the world to connect through social audio. Lately, I’ve been playing piano live on Twitter spaces @ashawaterhouse & have performed for thousands, with audiences from the United States, Europe, South America & Asia.