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Magical New Hampshire Forest Wedding

NEW HAMPSHIRE – When I met Elizabeth last fall, she shared her dream of getting married on an island by the lake, followed by a celebration under the stars. She spoke of a boat ride across the water, sunny cocktail hour by the dock and a romantic path through the woods with lights hanging from every […]

July 10, 2017

Photographing Large Group Portraits

EQUIPMENT // Canon EOS 5d Mark iii  +  Canon EF F/2.8L II USM 24-70mm lens I love to use the 24-70mm lens because it provides a great width along with flexibility for quick frame adjustment. CAMERA SETTINGS // Choosing the right aperture is a key factor in the outcome of your image. When photographing a smaller group of around […]

May 26, 2017

May Workshop Recap!

When I began planning workshops to help other photographers expand their businesses and enhance their photography skills, I could’ve never anticipated the plethora of wonderful relationships that would be brought into my life. With each event comes a new group of passionate, talented and determined individuals ready to turn their dream into the real thing, […]

May 23, 2017

Branding Your Creative Business

“I created a brand because I was in a rush to get my portfolio up and my name out there. Although nice to look at, everything just don’t feel right to me. What advice do you have for someone who wants to create a consistent and unique brand that they love?” You scrambled. You rushed. You […]

May 2, 2017

Vermont Love Session

We’re getting real antsy here in New England. Where you at spring?! Please bring warmth, greenery galore and all things floral. Mud season is a real pain in the rear and we’d like to move on from covering our clothing and homes with mounds of dirt. Thankfully these two weren’t afraid of getting all kinds of […]

April 25, 2017

Conquering Fear of Failure

“I have a website but I’m scared to publish it or market myself because I’m nervous that if I do and nothing happens, I’ll feel like I have failed versus it feeling safer to just tell people I do this on the side.” I hear you. I hear you loud and clear. I know this feeling […]

April 21, 2017

How to Find Your Photography Editing Style

“Which editing style should I use?” Very often, especially during my creative mentor sessions and workshops, I get this question. I can sometimes sense that the photographer is hoping for a quick solution. They’re staring at me with a look of desperation, almost asking me to make that decision for them. The truth is – I can’t tell someone what […]

April 11, 2017

At Home & In Forest Engagement Session

Being soulmates is a real thing and this couple is total proof. The undeniable and electric connection between Michayla and Kyle left me in complete awe. What I think was most inspiring about their love was that they looked whole, literally complete, the closer they were together, the more they embraced one another, and the […]

March 28, 2017

Love Session in Burlington, Vermont

Spring is a flirt who plays hard to get and the state of Vermont would appreciate if it would quit playing these games. A couple of weeks ago we were all outdoors without coats celebrating 60-degree weather, which was followed up with over 30 inches of snow and frostbite. The chill has been lingering and yesterday […]

March 23, 2017

How to Plan a Styled Shoot & A FREE Planning Guide!

[Image was taken with my Canon 5d Mark iii & Canon EF 50mm f/1.2 L USM Lens] Before diving into the HOW let’s first review the WHY… What is the point of planning a styled shoot? Why would a photographer, planner, florist, cake designer, model, etc. put so much effort and potentially make such a big investment into creating […]

March 14, 2017

3 Ways to Use Client Reviews

I’m always surprised to hear that many photographers don’t follow up with their clients for a review. When I ask why, their answer is usually something like “I don’t want to bother them”, or “I don’t really have a need”. After some more conversation, I realize that maybe the reason many photographers don’t ask for a […]

March 12, 2017

3 Tips for Photographing Wedding Stationery

[Beautiful Letterpress Stationery by Christa Alexandra Designs & Calligraphy by Lindsey Leichthammer] As wedding photographers, it’s our responsibility to document the heartfelt moments that fill our clients’ day, while also capturing the details they so thoughtfully chose. Our clients have a wedding day vision. They know the vibe they long for, the look they desire, the people […]

March 9, 2017

2017 Winter Retreat in the Berkshires

I’m back in Vermont from my winter retreat in the Berkshires with a full car to unpack, and full heart to celebrate! What an inspiring couple of days surrounded by determined and talented ladies. When I set out to plan this retreat, my goal was to bring creative souls together and focus on the foundations […]

February 21, 2017

What’s in my Camera Bag?

WHICH BAGS DO I USE? House of Flynn Genuine Dark Brown Leather Evermore Bag I am that photographer who jam packs her bag and therefore I’ve destroyed quite a few of them. The leather Evermore by House of Flynn is the first camera bag that hasn’t surrendered to my abuse. The quality is top notch and after […]

February 14, 2017

10 Best Apps for Creative Entrepreneurs

Here is a list of apps for creative entrepreneurs who are passionate about building successful businesses with healthy lifestyles and efficient workflows! 1 // HONEYBOOK –  CLICK HERE FOR 50% OFF YOUR FIRST YEAR WITH HONEYBOOK! … Fact: Honeybook is one of the best decisions I made for my business. Before Honeybook, my client management workflow […]

February 7, 2017