Cheryl Clegg, a Boston-based photographer, has a talent for capturing the essence of childhood through her lens. Cheryl's work showcases the innocence and wonder of youth. In studio or on location Cheryl skillfully connects with her subjects of all ages.

Recent projects this summer have included working with Dinardo Design and "Changing the Face of Beauty" (an organisation dedicated to promoting inclusivity and representation in the media). Cheryl worked her photography skills as she worked closely with special needs children in both cases, celebrating their unique qualities and showcasing their individual beauty.

Cheryl continues her on going personal project, “The Endangered Lobstermen”, a series of portraits of lobster fishing families in the state of Maine that are at risk of losing their livelihood because of new proposed regulations tot the industry. To date, Cheryl’s youngest lobster fisher in front of her lens has been three years old.