Outtakes: Top Singles 2014

Heart in the right place.

Photography by David Colwell - February 2014

Outtakes from the Top Singles 2014 photo shoot

Heart in the right place.

Photography by David Colwell - February 2014


We photographed this year’s Top Singles, the area’s 20 most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes, in settings that best fit their respective personalities. Whether we showed them being adventurous at the National Aquarium, inquisitive at the Peabody Library, creative at the BMA, or cultured at Verde Pizza, these spots made the ideal backdrop. (Not to mention we got to play with sharks, climb on sculptures, snack on pizza, and explore old books.) Just goes to show: This city is full of fun—you just have to know where to look!





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