Editorial and documentary photographer
working with farmers, producers, and the
organizations who support them.
photo by Chris Giamo
Maine Homes Magazine
The Organic Farming Revolution: Past, Present Future (2021)
Businesses and Organizations
Grapevine Local Food Marketing
Maine Cheese Guild
Maine Federation of Farmers Markets
Maine Harvest Federal Credit Union
Maine Maple Producers Association
St. Mary's Nutrition Center
UMaine Cooperative Extension
Bee Balm & Nettle
Mitchell Ledge Farm
New Beat Farm
South Paw Farm
Turtle Rock Farm
Veggies To Table
WHERE DO YOU COME FROM?
While I built my photography business, I also worked as a farmhand, a produce buyer, a filmmaker, a teacher, a prep chef, a doctoral student, and a social media consultant.
I've become deeply involved in the local food community since beginning my work with Maine farms in 2011. My four years as crew employee on a vegetable farm and my decade of involvement at the Portland Farmers' Market are the foundation of my chosen family. I bring my firsthand understanding of the complicated, vibrant, and constantly changing nature of farming to every assignment.
I do a limited amount of wedding and family portrait photography each year, and am available for headshots year-round. I work with art buyers to supply their clients, and individual prints are available.
To the left you'll see a list of clients who have hired me. This is my full-time job, and the work I do is paid. Providing free photography and other services is not something I could do unless I was independently wealthy or had another source of income to primarily support my household. Further, working for free would devalue my industry, undercut others trying to make a living, and relegate photography to a hobby accessible only to the wealthy.