I am often asked, "Hey, where should we have our session?" I am putting this together to show some of my most used and most loved locations with a short overview of each area. You can choose which one works best for you to fit your aesthetic. More locations coming in Summer of 2024!

Ames Library

We'll start with a client favorite, Ames Library in Easton. Easy to get to and many, many backdrops so walking just a few feet can completely change the feel of your images. Waterfalls, wooded areas, stairs to nowhere and the beautiful house on location all add different levels of drama and beauty to your images. Hit the library in the spring, and you'll be greeted with daisies all over the property. The fall brings lavender and gorgeous colors. A great place for senior portraits and a place I'm frequently in for minis, due to the amount of backdrops this place offers. 

War Memorial Park

Next on the list is War Memorial Park in West Bridgewater. Also filled with lots of different backdrops in a small location, it features waterfalls, bridges, covered bridges a large open field, stone building and more.  Easy access to all areas from the parking lot. Not a ton of walking required.

Town Neck Beach

Many people love the beach for their sessions. One of my favorites is Town Neck Beach in Sandwich, MA. A great long wooden boardwalk paired with the stairs down to the ocean, and the protected cove on just the other side of the stairs makes the BEST spots for pictures whether you want on the rocks by the water, in the protected cove area or on the boardwalk, these are all covered. Bonus, I rarely shoot before 6:00 pm in the summer. Parking is free after 4:30. Not recommended for families with young children as the boardwalk is quite high with no railings. The beginning of 2022 saw the boardwalk destroyed in a late spring Nor'easter. While parts of the boardwalk are still intact and useable, most of the boardwalk has not been replaced yet. We are hoping for something just as beautiful in the near future!

Plymouth Long Beach

Another beach I frequent is Long Beach in Plymouth. In the perfect conditions (low tide), this beach has a mile of gorgeous reflective sand. Parking at the end of the lot and walking a little past the start of the rock walk guarantees basically no crowds. The sand is smooth with few rocks in that area, as opposed to Town Neck which has so many rocks you almost can't get to the water. Please plan to walk a little ways down to the less crowded areas of the beach. Maybe about a half mile. Parking is also free here after 4:30 pm, which is perfect for 6:00 pm sessions!

Wildlife Preserve

A very, very new place for me is a wildlife reserve in Norton. It is off Bay Rd (which is Bay St in Taunton and simply carries over for a mile or so into Norton), very near The Chateau restaurant. This quiet little preserve is a couple miles from my home and I didn't even know it existed until last year. Hardly ever anyone there. Open fields with tall grass and wooded paths. The downside to this is it can be a bit of a walk from the parking lot. We have also seen coyotes during sessions and there is usually loose dogs people are training for hunting. If you're looking to stay close to Taunton, open fields, and no crowds, this is the place for you. Not recommended in the fall as they do grow corn on acres of this land and there's also hunters that come through this area in search of deer. Also not recommended if you or someone in your party has a fear of dogs (but we have only ever met the goodest bois there).

Boyden Park

The bird sanctuary (Gertrude Boyden Park) is another favorite for people looking to stay in or around Taunton. Off Winthrop St in Taunton, it's fairly easy to get to. Also quiet. The big grassy field in the front is where I live when I do sessions here. Easy walk from the parking lot, and the sun comes through the trees absolutely gorgeously at sunset. Really one of my favorite places to be in Taunton at sunset. Many of my mini sessions take place in this location because it's so convenient for everyone.