angela | class of 2016

Angela is a recent high school graduate from beautiful New York! She rocks the country like no other. We were able to do this shoot in Vermont with plenty of space to experiment with paint and barns and bridges. Seriously, I could shoot seniors all day. I loved our time together. Congratulations, girl!


| Emily Jane | Senior Portraits

Despite the fog, clouds, and threats of rain – Emily & I trekked to the Park McCullough House (more like mansion!) only to discover the beautiful sun peaking through, a magical tree, and vivid autumn leaves! Emily, congratulations on closing in on your Senior year! It may seem that graduation is just the “next thing to do” Continue reading


| Old Paths | Life In Vermont

There are so many old palaces in New England. That’s right. Palaces. Kingdom’s of dust and stories of small heroic acts. Frankly, a single piece of brick could tell you a whole lot more about human nature than my philosophizing. Look at these old threads.


| The Earth Laughs In Flowers | Emerson

“I must have flowers, always, and always.” ― Claude Monet alwaysit’sSpring)and everyone’sin love and flowers pick themselves” ― E.E. Cummings “I read somewhere once that souls were like flowers,’ said Priscilla.‘Then your soul is a golden narcissus,’ said Anne, ‘and Diana’s is like a red, red rose. Jane’s is an apple blossom, pink and wholesome and sweet.’‘And our own Continue reading


| Mary | Summer ’14

 Mary. My favoritist guinea pig when it comes to pictures. She’s so patient, fun, delightful, and has random tendencies to burst out singing “Truly Scrumptious” and Les Miserables songs. Sporting the sailory and boating look this shoot, we decided there wouldn’t be a more perfect location than the Lake. Gracefully. “And what is the use of a book,” Continue reading


| The Night Sky |

StarsIn your multitudesScarce to be countedFilling the darknessWith order and lightYou are the sentinelsSilent and sureKeeping watch in the nightKeeping watch in the nightYou know your place in the skyYou hold your course and your aimAnd each in your seasonReturns and returnsAnd is always the same | Les Miserables |