Editoral Portraits | Spine Surgery Today

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Dr Ghiselli needed a portrait for this front page article. He is a pioneer in minimally invasive spine surgery. He does most of his work in the OR so thats where we decided the portraits should be done.

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Read the whole article at:

http://www.healio.com/spine-surgery/minimally-invasive-surgery/news/print/spine-surgery-today/{3d5c95d4-e908-4b8f-a113-e79e49cbb4cb}/minimally-invasive-spine-surgery-effective-for-many-indications-but-difficult-to-learn

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For this shoot I got to go in to the OR, a sterile environment. They gave me this nifty “bunny suit” to put on during the shoot.

 

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  • Elizabeth
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    wow! That is so cool! You make a “bunny” suit look good. 🙂

  • Melissa
    Reply

    Nice! This is the best behind the scenes shot.

  • Jennie
    Reply

    I love that you got to photograph in the OR–such a cool backdrop for this story and so perfect 🙂

  • Deziree Dufresne
    Reply

    Loving the suit!

  • Erica
    Reply

    How fun you got to suit up! So cool!

  • Chris Loring
    Reply

    Such a cool opportunity to peak into an interesting job!

  • Rayna
    Reply

    Very cool!

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