I'm a passionate - well, more like obsessive - photographer here in New England. I am blessed to live in such a beautiful, scenic part of the country where photo opportunities abound!

I have always had a bit of an interest in photography; it just took me awhile to realize that this was my calling. I love a good sunrise and/or a sunset and I could spend all day photographing waterfalls! Landscape photography is my favorite, but I enjoy taking pictures of just about anything - food, people, pets - you name it. And if I go for a few days without taking any pictures, I get restless.

It wasn't until a few years ago that I took my photography more seriously. And even though life here in New England is more fast paced, photography has taught me to slow down and observe everything around me. I'm always looking for the big, scenic landscape type shots, but many times I realize I just need to look right in front of my nose for an amazing photo!

You can find my work in and around Newburyport, MA, inside the 2017-18 Newburyport Guidebook and on Facebook.  My work is for sale here on my website and  locally at the following:
 

Sisters We Three - 57 Pleasant St.  Newburyport, MA
 

The Newburyport Art Association Gift Shop - 65 Water St.  Newburyport, MA
 

Valerie's Gallery - 26 State St.  Newburyport, MA
 

The Newburyport Custom House Maritime Museum Gift Shop - 25 Water St. Newburyport, MA

 

Anna Jaques Hospital Gift Shop - 25 Highland St. Newburyport, MA  01950

 

A lot of my work is available at www.fineartamerica.com as well.  Just do a search on my name.

I'm also a member of the Photographic Society of the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge which is a great photo club in Newburyport, MA.

Feel free to check out my photo galleries; I am always adding new photos so please drop by often!

Thanks for your interest in my work. I hope you enjoy viewing my photos as much as I do taking them!

Suzanne :)

“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”  (Elliott Erwitt)