Vermont Wedding Photographers

Lifestyle Photography in Vermont

Burlington, Rutland, Brattleboro, Stratton, Killington, Stowe, New England

Trying to locate a Vermont lifestyle photographer? Would you like to capture your family in meaningful and expressive photos?. When you hire one of our highly skilled lifestyle photographers to shoot your next teen, maternity, couple, or family portrait session, you will receive portraits that reveal your family’s individuality in portraits you will treasure forever.

Located in the northeast of the United States, Vermont is bordered by Quebec, Canada, as well as Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Maine; settling it in the heart of northern New England. Noted for its Green Mountains, a four season destination and Lake Champlain, located in Vermont’s largest city, Burlington, this state certainly does not lack in offering quality destinations for memorable family photography opportunities. Known for it maple syrup, you will find endless streams of forestry and rolling mountains in Vermont that will provide grand backdrops of beauty for your family pictures.Your lifestyle photographer will have limitless family photo options in Vermont; from the covered bridges, rolling streams, country inns, and outdoor splendor that will provide a serene backdrop your family pictures.Vermont offers year round charm for your family enjoyment, including foliage scenery in the fall, outdoor mountainous and forested beauty in the spring and summer and snow covered magnificence across the state in the winter. Outdoor activities for your family are also in plenty from hiking and biking in the warmer months to winter skiing that can be enjoyed at resort locations like Killington/Pico, Rutland, Stowe and several others.

The Vermont Lifestyle Photographers Association:

Map of Lifestyle Photographers Serving Vermont

3 Available Lifestyle Photographers...

Jacob Hannah lifestyle photography in Vermont

Influenced by a background in photojournalism, I strive to not only make beautiful and creative photographs of your family, but photos that capture the real emotion, candid moments, and unique personalities. After graduating from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2006 with a degree in Photojournalism, I spent six years as a newspaper photojournalist in New York and Nebraska, before moving back to my home state of Vermont where my wife and I have been photographing weddings and families since 2012.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA
Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Vermont is home to lifestyle photographer Megan Hannah

I live in the small town of Lincoln, Vermont, with my husband, two cats, and a rambunctious flock of backyard chickens. Since moving to Vermont in 2012, I have photographed over 100 weddings. My husband and I work together, photographing weddings in a documentary style allowing you to relive your wedding day through your images. Besides photography, I am inspired by nature - I love taking a walk in the woods, going for a hike, or going for a swim on a hot summer day in the nearby river.

Member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association - WPJA
Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Mark Bolton is a lifestyle photographer for New Hampshire families.

With nearly 27 years as a career photojournalist, some street photography, and my ongoing documentary photography of my son, I ventured out to offer this wonderful, and for me, natural and honest form of family photography. I love the everyday moments in life; those should not be overlooked. They are valuable. This work is an approach and philosophy of photographing a subject much like like I have done in my career: looking for real, honest, spontaneous and surprising moments in life that ultimately tell a story about your family. Whether your family is simply playing at home, or involved in your daily routines, you will be surprised at seeing these photographic moments that will make you smile from your everyday lives. Or I can tag along on an outing to the local park, go along while shopping with the kids (now that is fun!), documenting the birth of your child, special family events, or even dropping in to document your vacation time. In the end, I want you to look at the photos now, and in 20 years, and say, “That’s Us; that’s what we did together as a family.”