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Thank you so much for visiting my blog! Here you can find posts about senior sessions, engagements, and weddings I've done recently, as well as educational content for up and coming photogs! Occasionally I will also write about what I have been up to, in case you want to know more about the girl behind the camera!






Today on the blog, we are going to hear from my Content writer, Brittany! She is a content writer and online business manager, who runs her small business, Strive to Shine! Read on to learn more about her and what she does for business, as well as what she has to say about outsourcing and […]

Outsourcing Your Business | 4 Signs It Is Time to Outsource

January 21, 2022

How to Be the Best Second Shooter at a wedding

Many wedding photographers start out as second shooters at weddings for lead photographers.  I was a second shooter at weddings for years. Now, I am the one hiring second shooters for my own weddings! All the experience I gained from working with main photographers and watching them work was incredibly valuable. Being that I have […]

January 13, 2022

Us photographers are always trying to find new and beautiful locations to shoot our photo sessions. A perfect location, has different backdrops, stunning natural scenery, and space for natural light without a ton of shadows for those light and airy images!  When looking for new areas, here are 3 tips for location scouting that will […]

Behind the scenes photo of photographer taking senior portraits- 3 Tips for Location Scouting

December 17, 2021

3 Things Every Photographer Should Do During Their Off Season

As winter quickly approaches, for many that means a slow season of business is on the horizon. I know here in New Hampshire my calendar starts to clear as nobody wants to venture out into the cold to take photos! However, this doesn’t mean I have nothing to do! There are actually plenty of things […]

December 2, 2021

As a photographer, your response to inquiries received will likely determine whether or not you receive a booking. If you are a senior photographer, your response is even more important, because most seniors don’t check their email as often as adults, or business owners! Today I am going to outline 4 things to include in […]

November 26, 2021

high school graduate in front of water fountain in Greeley Park featured as one of the top four locations in New hampshire for pictures

This past senior season was busy! I had so much fun getting to know amazing soon-to-be graduates from all around New Hampshire! Having photographed so many amazing seniors all over the area, I can tell you the best spots for taking bright, beautiful photos with absolutely stunning sceneries. I want to share with my top […]

November 12, 2021

Y’all know how much I love portrait posing, so this week I’m talking all about poses with a jacket! I always adore when my senior clients bring a jacket to layer with one of their outfits, because it’s so versatile and helps add a ton of variety to not only their poses, but their final […]

poses with a jacket

February 15, 2021

senior posing tips

After years of photographing seniors, I have compiled my BEST senior posing tips that totally changed the game for me! What I didn’t realize when I first started is that posing plays a HUGE part in client experience, and how you direct your seniors will affect how they feel about their session. Knowing how to […]

February 2, 2021

Have you ever wondered how to photograph an engagement ring? Maybe you’re a wedding photographer, and you find yourself struggling with detail shots on wedding days. Or maybe you photograph engagement sessions, and you always freeze at the end when it comes to capturing the ring shot. You’re not alone! Getting the perfect photograph of […]

engagement ring on a flower

January 28, 2021

new hampshire senior portrait photographer

As someone who specializes in senior portrait photography, my bag is chock-full of important gear that I need for every session. I have experienced a lot of trial and error over the years, figuring out what works and what doesn’t. Now, my gear list is consistent, reliable, and everything I bring only betters my senior […]

January 21, 2021