My name is Sam Cherubin, I am from Saratoga Springs and currently live in Rochester, NY. I currently work for the NYS Mesonet (NYS Mesonet), which is based at the University at Albany. I maintain and repair remote weather stations across Western NY, and live in Rochester as a home-base. I graduated from SUNY Brockport in May 2021 with a B.S in Meteorology.

I have been a photographer since 2014, when I got my first DSLR, which was a small mirrorless Sony camera. At that time, I didn't have much experience with cameras, settings, lighting, etc., and pretty much taught myself over time. I picked up a few small gigs shooting sports photos for Saratoga Springs High School boys and girls basketball, ice hockey, football and lacrosse. I also was in charge of the video production of the graduation ceremony from 2014 to 2019, running cameras, all the way down to Blu-Ray authoring.         

After I graduated high school in 2016, I went to SUNY Brockport to study meteorology and became part of the Sports Communications Office during my first week at college. From here on out, I developed an incredible skill set for many more sports at the NCAA D3 level, including many I have never photographed before. I started out with another photographer and that was the start for the expansion of the office and it grew from there. After five years on the job for Brockport, I graduated in May 2021 and moved outside to the city later in the year. 

In July 2021, I was offered the field technician job for the NYS Mesonet and started in August, and then moved to Rochester in October to start my remote work, serving western NY and over 50 weather stations. I take many photos on the job and often bring my camera with me to shoot, and sometimes capture rare weather events or sunrise and sunset. 

Digital Gear:

Sony A7 III w/Metabones E to EF adapter

Rokinon 14mm T3.1 Cine 

Rokinon 35mm T1.5 Cine

Rokinon 85mm T1.5 Cine

35mm Film Gear:

Olympus OM-1N

28mm f/2.8 

50mm f/1.4

45-150mm f/3.5

Nikon Point-and-shoot 

Audio Gear:

Zoom H6 mobile 6-channel recorder

Rode NT5 with cardioid + omni capsules

Boom mic stand for overhead mics + height up to 17 feet 


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Sam Cherubin Photography            scherubin98@gmail.com                

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