Here is a local couple i've come to know the last couple years. They asked me to take pictures of them just for fun in a beautiful place. I'm thinking Patrick was looking to gain some brownie points with Jaime before hunting season. My two cents... It was fun nontheless. Enjoy!
Boys will be boys! These two mini men were bundles of energy with practical jokes and laughs to share. The lighting was great on this evening after school. The boys really enjoyed their free time showing me around their yard. This shoot just shows just how fun happy kids can be and how an uncomplicated photoshoot right in your backyard (with no props) can produce some amazing pictures to treasure. Enjoy! Telling Jokes... Cracking Up
To my knowledge this is the first modern day Wellman Farm wedding on record and this couple surely put it on the map. Paige and Brian along with their families worked diligently for weeks to transform this Farm into a spectacular setting for a traditional Vermont wedding. The barn that housed their reception contained old time Vermont treasures, lots of dust, and had to be cleaned from top to bottom. The changes that took place were amazing as windows were repaired, a room wa
Theresa showed up to her senior portrait session driving a four wheeler dressed in firefighter gear. She is a Vermont girl through and through and she's got the genes to prove it. I've photographed her twice in the last year, this last time up to Boyd Family Farm (her family's farm). I believe she sets the bar among her peers as respectful, hardworking, and responsible already serving her community as a volunteer fire fighter. She hopes to attend college studying fire science
I first met Gabby while at The Claremont Speedway in New Hampshire. That in itself was enough to tell me she is awesome. I spent many nights at the dirt track near the Susquehanna University college campus during my undergrad. Not many people there understood it. It takes a special kind of girl to find herself at home and loving life trackside. Gabby has an amazing sense of humor and a personality much like my own. During her session we shared a lot of laughs and had a great
I am a month or so behind posting this blog from a family photo shoot I did one morning in August. It's always nice to reconnect with highschool classmates and find out what they've been up to for the last ten years! It's even more fun to meet their kids. Sometimes meeting their kids means bribing them, chasing them, and trying to relay to them that family photos don't need to be miserable and painful. Sometimes the same methods have to used with adults. That wasn't the case
Another memorable senior session in the books and one of my absolute favorites. It takes me back to my senior year when I spent a little time around cows and on a farm. There is something about it. Delaney is a Vermonter through and through who's worked at the Corse's Dairy Farm throughout highschool. It was only suitable that we take her senior pictures there. Delaney also dapples in hunting and can dress to shine. With Delaneys' mom and #898 we toured the farm, jumped elect