Pentagram Design contacted me to shoot a portrait of neuroscientist Jeremy Freeman for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s quarterly bulletin, which they produce. As a science buff, I looked forward to the shoot. I didn’t know what to expect exactly, but I was surprised when I met a shaggy-haired young man with a tattoo of a neuron on his forearm who wanted to be photographed in his black hoodie because it’s what he’s most comfortable in.
Ultimately they picked an image showing off his tattoo:
But I preferred him in his hoodie: