Dani graduated from Hallmark Institute of Photography in 1999 and a year later with a sense of determination and little more than a dream, decided to start her own photography studio. Since then, she has been capturing romantic moments, sassy boudoir poses and delivering polished results on various commercial projects.  Approachable, captivating and heartfelt, Dani strives to exceed expectations with each and every client she meets. While the studio offers all types of photography, Dani primarily focuses on weddings, commercial work and boudoir photography.  In recent years, she has additionally expanded her professional scope through speaking engagements and business consultations focusing on a variety of topics from branding to business strategy, sales and client relations amongst many others.  Her most recent speaking engagements at the Inspire conference and the Knot allowed her to synthesize key elements in regard to the art and business of photography. Ultimately, this lead to a book deal, The Art and Business of Boudoir Photography. In her spare time Dani enjoys exploring the best parts of life  with her husband (and co owner of the studio) Keith, their two playful children Jax and Elia and a lovable dog named Teela. 




Megan is a jill of many trades – and that’s a good thing. Straight out of college she launched her career as a gallery curator starting the business from the ground up, sourcing artists and designing exhibitions. From there she segued her knowledge of art, design and business into visual merchandising and retail showroom design. This lead her to the field of interior design where she became a lead project manager at a notable design firm based in the Berkshires. With both a BFA and an AS in GraphicDesign/ Communications, Megan has a knack for all things creative.  With a diverse range of skills under her belt, she is able to envision the big picture and also the minute details that make all the difference. At the studio, Megan manages a variety of projects some of which include, brand creation and development, marketing, social media, writing, art direction and styling, client/public relations and generally getting things done. When not at the studio, Megan loves spending time outdoors (with her two mischievous rescue dogs Tessa and Whiley) adding to an ever growing succulent garden or working on various creative personal projects, primarily revolving illustration and design.