"Adrien Bisson is a multifaceted portrait photographer serving the Greater Boston Area. He is based in Lowell, Massachusetts and specializes in portraits with personality. His artful approach has graced the covers of editorial and professional publications including Merrimack Valley Magazine, Design News, CEPro and Commercial Integrator. More than a headshot, Adrien goes beyond the surface to capture the essence and emotion of every face he photographs."
"My life and work are a combination of my passions: traveling the world (forty four countries and counting); capturing and telling stories through my photography and writings; and, becoming a human rights activist focusing on helping rid the world of human trafficking. My love of life, photography and exploring the world is both an innate drive and a nurtured passion. After quickly usurping my Dad’s Canon AE-1 as a teenager, I then naturally found my way in to the darkroom in high school and never looked back. While I pursued and completed both a B.A. and M.A. in English and wrote about my world travels in travel essays including a stint with “The Lonely Planet” guidebooks, I was simultaneously telling stories visually with my Canon and one lens (28-135mm) in my bag by my side.
"Kevin’s first love was his father’s Polaroid 95. He soon after met up with a Kodak Instamatic 104. They parted amiably and his high school sweetheart was his Ricoh Singlex TLS, the first 35 mm in his life. Upon their breakup in art school, he met his first Nikon and it’s been a committed relationship ever since.
He and his cameras and vision create people, product, and publicity photographs for commercial clients and magazines throughout the Merrimack Valley."
Morgan Healey Photography
"Morgan- As an artist, a broadcaster, a filmmaker, a photographer... From event coverage to individualized portrait sessions, we do it all. Morgan is a trained multi-media journalist, digital content producer, social media aficionado, and photog // videographer with a degree in broadcast journalism from Boston College. At the University level and beyond, she spent her time honing in on the art of storytelling."