- I help you figure out how to tell your story through the medium of photography.
I help you figure out how to tell your story through the medium of photography.
That is what I do. I tell stories by creating images that give people, organizations, and Vermont businesses a visual narrative that genuinely reflects their essence.
I was 14 years old when my first photograph of a young friend racing down a ski course was published in a magazine called Lake Placid Club Life, a magazine my Dad published for a local resort.
After college, and jobs in television, and local newspapers, I started Carroll Photos. Since then I have been honored to share the stories of thousands of individuals through my photography. I have photographed business owners, politicians, actors, lawyers, bankers, realtors, artists, musicians, doctors, families, high school seniors, and many others in my studio, at their homes, or at their workplaces. Or outside in their favorite Vermont location.
For nonprofits I traveled around the state photographing outstanding women, people with intellectual disabilities (and those that support them), farmers and those who work in Vermont’s wood industry, many small business owners in their environments, and the those who were helped by Vermont’s housing programs. Some of these images went into annual reports, advocacy material, or websites. Others became exhibits that were seen around VT, with at least 4 ending up in the VT Statehouse where they were used to teach legislators and visitors about certain issues.
I love photographing people and helping them see their best selves in my images. But I know it is not easy to be on the other side of the camera. If you would like an article on how to collaborate with a photographer to bring your best self to a session, please put “collaborative photography” in your email subject.
802-383-8132 or e-mail me using the Contact Page.