What's new?

It's 2021 and it's time to sit back and reassess the business. I am keeping it small scale due to my workload.


I also began to use my photography as a form of inner expression.  I have been playing around with ICM (intentional camera movement) Photography and it's pretty cool.


I hope to do more of this in the months and years to come. I also believe that we shouldn't idle, but move forward and explore all forms of expression. 


See  more on my Instagram page where I post my most of my work these days.


Ongoing... photos relating to  my family's history working in Lowell's historical mills.


Quarantining like everyone else. Working in my barn loft studio. 


Photo from self portrait session.


Stay well. xox


The Other Cape

article "Size Doesn't Matter" was a great day in Essex. I love meeting new people so on this day I met the owners of restaurants, antique shops, and small businesses. I even shot photos of kids jumping of a bridge, a very common summer sight. I ended the day with amazing fried clams from Farnhams. www.theothercape.com


Working with Ingrid Chavez is amazing. She's a beautiful, inspiring and creative woman. I am so glad we met. More to come!www.ingridchavez.bandcamp.com/music

I had a great time meeting all the dogs that share their day with their owners  at the Monadnock Conservancy in Keene, NH. 

Pictured here is Addie and her dad. Find this magazine in December around the Monadnock region.

Tasty magazine. What else do I have to say? This dish was shot at the Four Columns Inn in Newfane, Vermont.

New England Freelance Photography

Located just outside of Keene, New Hampshire


NH Covered Bridge #1

Ashuelot Covered Bridge 

Award of Excellence


The Mohawk Trail 100th Anniversary Juried Exhibit.


 Basecamp Photo 

Greenfield, MA,

January 2015


"I have been working in the media business for over twenty years and I can honestly say that Beth has one of the best set of eyes in the business. Her photography has been like a shot of adrenaline for my social marketing campaigns. Truly love her work."

Robert Patton-Spruill, Senior Director in Residence at Emerson College, Co-founder New England Sweetwater Farm and Distillery

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