I'm putting up some of my images at a local business and need to put together a bio to stick up on the wall. Here's what I came up with. Any reactions? --- Chris Russo has been a resident of the Acton/Boxborough area for nearly his entire life. He is a product of the Acton/Boxborough school system, having first attended Douglas Elementary, and later Acton Boxborough Regional Junior and Senior High School. He currently lives in Boxborough with his wife (a long-time Boxborough resident and High School Sweetheart), their two girls (ages 3 and 7) and two very large Maine Coon Cats. Chris has had a long-standing fascination with photography dating back to a very young age when his aunt exposed him to some of her professional works. There is no doubt that some of her stunning imagery had a capturing effect that could simply not be shaken, and to this day he is driven to capture emotion and bring inspiration in others as his aunt did for him years before. Local imagery of the Boston area is a particular passion for Chris, and he finds himself more often than not focusing on the subjects and vistas that make the Boston area truly unique. From night time skylines to perspectives on our unique architectural points of interest, Chris is entranced by the idea of capturing the true spirit of Boston and New England in a way that allows the viewer to truly feel what it is to live in this beautiful and special part of the country. When not capturing imagery around Boston, Chris is an Architectural and Real Estate Photographer. Focusing mainly on high-end commercial real estate, Chris is a key part of ensuring the successful transition of multi-million dollar buildings in and around Boston. Chris has also been known to play a variety of musical instruments (though primarily the trumpet) and generally has more hobbies than he can realistically keep track of, or practically do since most of his time is really taken up with his children. Chris Russo is also an IT Management Executive working for a local software development firm in the Burlington area, and while generally this has nothing to do with photography, playing the trumpet, his wife, his kids or large furry house pets; he still enjoys it quite a bit.