new england Oct 2023


Cheryl Clegg Boston people & lifestyle photographers

Meet Cheryl Clegg, the Boston-based photographer celebrated for her friendly approach and remarkable adaptability.

Cheryl effortlessly connects with subjects of all ages, making her a favorite among diverse clients. With her lens, she not only captures images but also weaves compelling narratives, leaving a lasting impression.

Her talent shines whether she is on location or in the controlled studio environment. Some of her recent work includes clients such as The Worthington Foundation of Maine, McLean Hospital, celebrity Chef Nick DiGiovanni, The Globe and Mail of Toronto.

Cheryl continues to work on her passion project, "The Endangered Lobstermen", in between client work. The series showcases families at risk of losing their livelihood because of new regulations to the lobster industry in Maine.

Peter Baiamonte Berkshires - New York advertising photographers

With his images, Peter Baiamonte wants to tell you a story; give a glimpse of a place, show some personality - and reveal some meaning.

His strengths include clean storytelling, rigorous composition, vibrant colors, creative problem solving, and an ability to connect with his subjects, setting them at ease and making their time in front of the camera comfortable. He is also good at assembling an excellent crew, working collaboratively with clients, and creating a friendly, happy vibe on set.

Peter’s work includes many styles and disciplines: portraiture, lifestyle, landscape, travel, and sports, among others. He splits his time between New York City and the Massachusetts Berkshires, working regularly with clients in New York and Boston as well as the entirety of New England. He is available to travel worldwide.

In this Showcase, there are images from all over the Northeast and beyond—including New York City, the Berkshires, the Isle of Skye in Scotland, and even Antarctica! Clients for this Showcase include Berkshire Magazine, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, and design firm Sarankco.

Peter's clients include Ernst & Young, Con Edison, Panasonic, Bayer, Harrison and Star, Novartis, TevaNeuroscience, Webster Bank, and many others.

Adam DeTour Boston advertising photographers

de-tour: verb – to go or travel to a place along a way that is different from the usual or planned way.

Whatever the subject, photographer Adam DeTour brings a unique and devoted eye to his projects and assignments. A sought after food and portrait photographer, with a full service studio Boston, MA, his clients include Green Giant, The New York Times, Boston Magazine, Four Seasons Hotels, and many others.

Landing in Boston by way of New Hampshire, Italy, and New York City, Adam is both meticulous and approachable in his work.

Outside of photography he enjoys swimming, hiking, and time at home with his wife and daughters.

Heath Robbins Photography Boston advertising photographers

Heath Robbins, a skilled photographer and director based in Boston, possesses a profound passion for capturing genuine moments in lifestyle photography. Whether he is on location or in his expansive 12,000 square-foot studio, Heath's creative process is distinguished by his meticulous attention to detail, ensuring the creation of authentic visual narratives.

Heath's portfolio seamlessly weaves together the aspirational with the relatable, showcasing his ability to collaborate and capture scenes that resonate with viewers. His dedication to his craft is evident in every frame, resulting in imagery that truly reflects the essence of everyday life.

Heath's commitment to fostering strong creative partnerships has earned him opportunities to work with a diverse range of clients, including prominent brands in various industries.

Noteworthy brands such as Ocean Spray, Staples, Panera, Jack Daniels and Hood have chosen to partner with Heath to craft resonant, impactful visual messages that leave a lasting imprint on people's lives, as well as the companies that serve them.

Paul Saraceno Boston Still Life and Food Photographers

Based in Newton, Massachusetts, Paul Saraceno is a seasoned photographer specialising in food and product photography.

Boasting an impressive career spanning over 25 years, Paul consistently produces breathtaking images, thanks to his meticulous attention to detail and strong connections with creative directors, food stylists, and prop/set designers.

Together with top digital, video and retouching teams, he is able to provide outstanding work for his clients. His 5000 sq.ft. studio has a fully equipped kitchen and abundant daylight.

To explore Paul's remarkable portfolio, visit his website.

Mark Manne Boston food & drink photographers

Mark Manne is a NYC transplant who has fallen in love with Boston (don't tell the Yankees). 

With its vibrant and eclectic food scene, Mark works primarily with restaurants and marketing groups to take mouth-watering food from fantastic kitchens. His work has been featured in North Shore Magazine and he is the primary photographer for Caviar in the Boston area.

Always bringing fun and vibrancy to a shoot, he loves what he does, even if he has put on an ungodly amount of weight from all the free food!

Janelle Munro Philadelphia Wardrobe and Prop Stylists

Janelle Munro is a freelance wardrobe and prop stylist based in Philadelphia, who works locally and nationwide.

She has styled wardrobe, props, products, and sets for TV, social media, e-commerce, the web, print and film.

Janelle also occasionally works as a costume designer, having recently costume designed a late 1800s Western period music video for the band Ghost Hounds. In addition, she was the costume designer for the film 'Signs of Love', directed by Clarence Fuller, which won the Corbucci Distribution Prize at the Rome Film Fest in the fall of 2022.

Janelle has recently worked on projects with clients such as: Arm & Hammer, Bank of America, Black Box Wine, Coldwell Banker, Lenovo, Merck, MetLife, and Sling.