Lewis A. Glass M. Ed.
Lewis A. Glass began his communications career at the age of fourteen when he first picked up a 35mm camera. Photographing sporting events and formal banquets, Mr. Glass started his professional photography business "A Touch of Glass." Mr. Glass’ undergraduate studies took place at Rochester Institute of Technology where in 1979 he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Photographic Communications and an Associate of Applied Science degree in Biomedical Photography in 1977. He pursued his graduate work in Boston University's Educational Media and Technology program receiving his Masters Degree in Education from BU in 1986.
Mr. Glass has worked as a photographer / cameraman at Boston’s Children's Hospital and for Boston University Medical School. He was also a television cameraman at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics, ESPN and other sports networks. Working in a corporate environment, Mr. Glass worked for Granada Hospital Group where he had attained the role of Product Manager and was responsible for all of the companies marketing functions. In 1996 Mr. Glass formed his company “Medical Video Technologies” that specialized in supplying and supporting educational television systems for hospitals across the country.
Throughout his healthcare career a camera was always at his side. Photography was not only a hobby but also a profitable ‘second career.” As his children grew older they hoped for a dad who traveled less for work and the photography was expanded. In July of 2007 Mr. Glass purchased the assets of Paradise Photo and Video in downtown Natick. A full service portrait studio and photo finishing lab Paradise also shoots corporate, dance, sports and schools. Paradise currently serves as the school and yearbook photographer for both Framingham and Natick High School. Having started his career at NHS, Mr. Glass is very proud to return to the fields and halls of his alma mater.
A 1998 grduate of FHS where he started his photography career. While at FHS he also worked at Pann photo lab where he worked in a true B&W darkroom, copied photos and perfomred retail and commercial photo finishing.