Category Archives: Commercial

New England Pediatric Services | Manchester, NH Headshots Photographer

It means a lot to me when local businesses trust me to create some new images for their website. It’s especially meaningful when it’s a business that has such a huge heart and does such important work with children with special needs–like New England Pediatric Services. NEPS began with two speech-language pathologists who were passionate…

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  • Barbara - Great job!ReplyCancel

  • Dolly via Facebook - Awesome pictures and article……so proud of you.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah via Facebook - those came out beautiful Erika!! nice work, as always! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Candy via Facebook - I love the thought you put into this Erika. They are all beautiful! I love that location too…going to have to check that out!ReplyCancel

  • C.C. Chapman - I just had to tell you how amazing these photos are and what a great write up.

    As a photographer and more importantly Cass’ older brother, this gave me a HUGE smile!!!

    Well done!ReplyCancel

  • Cass' Dad - Okay Cass, it’s time for your parents to meet everyone. We met Annie once almost 2 years ago.

    ALL AMAZING ladies I’m sure!!ReplyCancel

Photographing the Bedford Village Inn | NH Natural Light Photographer

Recently I had the pleasure of being hired by the Bedford Village Inn to produce some new images of guest room interiors, a dining room, the outdoor patio dining area, and even a few food & drink items. Jack Carnavale, the owner, is a huge natural-light photography fan, and loved the fact that I work…

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  • Brooke - Stunning photos Erika. This place looks lovely!!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen - I agree…stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Pothier Photography - Great work Erika! I have photographed some weddings here so I know the layout. You did a great job capturing the dark woods and the bright textures while maintaining the warm atmosphere of the place. BTW, sis you get to sample that blueberry drink? Yummmm!ReplyCancel

  • Jeremy via Facebook - very happy for you….a little jealous cause I had always wanted to shoot for them, but still very happy for you 🙂ReplyCancel

  • via Facebook - thanks Jeremy 🙂ReplyCancel

Hilton Garden Inn Summer Menu | Manchester NH Food Photographer

One of downtown’s best kept secrets is the Patio restaurant inside the Hilton Garden Inn. This is no ordinary hotel fare; this is some seriously delicious and beautiful food created by executive chef Jason Jette and staff that should be on everyone’s list to try.  In the summer, the outdoor dining overlooking the Fisher Cats…

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  • Kathy Pothier Photography - Erika,
    You can make a shoe box look good enough to eat!! Thank you for the eye candy and the suggestion. I have a new place on my list of places to try in ManchVegas. Keep up the great photography!!

    -KathyReplyCancel

  • Sarah via Facebook - beautiful shots as always Erika! hey…do you get to eat everything they bring to you to shoot? lolReplyCancel

  • via Facebook - thank you! haha, no…. but I have eaten there in the past and it’s *really* good.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah via Facebook - i would have trouble not eating as I was shooting. hehe Will have to check them out sometime! the food looks so yummy and captured perfectly!ReplyCancel

Spring Treats from the Black Forest Cafe | NH Food Photographer

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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The Pavilion @ The Hilton Garden Inn | NH Food Photography

The Pavilion is located in the Hilton Garden Inn, in downtown Manchester’s beautiful millyard area. Executive Chef Jason Jette, Sous Chef Vlad, and the team create such impressively stylish dishes that are so beyond anything you typically think of “hotel food.”  When they started bringing out the dishes to photograph, I was kind of in jaw-dropping…

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