Monthly Archives: March 2012

After a long, gray winter, it is a sight for sore eyes when the colorful, fruity, pastel beauties from the spring and Easter menus start emerging from the Black Forest Cafe.  This time around my assignment was to create beautiful marketing photos to showcase the new goodies, but also a new challenge: to create a…

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“As co-owner of The Black Forest Café in Amherst, New Hampshire, I can recommend Erika Follansbee unequivocally as a photographer. She has provided many photographs of our baked goods and menu items. In addition, she has taken shots of our interior spaces for our website, and lately taken a great photo of one of our…

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Welcome to Round 3 of our winter-long series of blog projects, brought to you by New Hampshire’s custom portrait photographers. A group of us have gotten together to form a blog circle with a monthly theme that you can follow by clicking the link at the end of each post, and click through the entire…

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I am so excited to announce that I’m now booking weddings for 2012 and 2013! I absolutely love the thrill of a wedding day, when everyone is looking beautiful, the excitement is palatable, and months of preparation, dreaming, and planning all come together in one big gorgeous day. Few things get my photographer heart a-beatin’…

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You’ll never hear me claim to be a food critic…. I am way too agreeable.  Ask any mom who prepares bleak meals for her family for days on end…. I am overly enthusiastic about  anything I didn’t have to drown in Pinterest for a recipe for, shop for (usually in multiple trips), destroy my kitchen…

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  • Kristi via Facebook - This will be my next lunch out. I went to the purple finch in Bedford. Not bad, affordable, but I went too late for breakfast. We should go someday. ReplyCancel

  • Christina via Facebook - Glad to see you liked it. The Yelp reviews at first weren’t great. They seem to be doing much better… Can’t wait to try them.ReplyCancel

  • Tom Boucher - Beautiful photos! Your writing is equally well done! Thank you for sharing.

    Tom Boucher, CEO-Owner Great NH Restaurants (Copper Door, T-BONES & Cactus Jack’s)ReplyCancel

  • Candy - Looks amazing…let me know when you want to do a return trip! Photos are to die for as always-you make everything looks so appealing!ReplyCancel

  • via Facebook - you know what they say… haters gonna hate! I can’t imagine what there is not to like, if you already like T-Bones and Cactus Jacks (which I do).ReplyCancel

  • My Year in Restaurant Photography » NH Food, Wedding & Lifestyle Photographer - […] featured in this post are: Putnam’s Waterview Restaurant, Eden Restaurant (now closed), The Copper Door, Firefly, Chen’s Garden, 900 Degrees, Lucky’s Lounge,  Fratello’s, Republic, […]ReplyCancel

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