The Vibes

Every Client is different. So you deserve to know and understand what kind of vibe or feel you're looking for in a shoot. What kind of location and style you're going for. Light and airy? Dark and gloomy? Romantic? Playful? Everyone has their own style and wants.

The Location

That being said, the vibe you want HAS to match your shoot location. You don't want a light and airy shoot in a graveyard. But you do if you're looking for a more, fall, are mono type shoot. You would do it in a garden, by the water, etc. So, I have put a list together of my favorite photo locations in Massachusetts. This way, you can see a bunch of different places in Mass that might be the right place for you.

Endicott Park (Garden) Danvers, MA

Endicott Park in Danvers, MA is one of my favorite places to shoot and I've actually done quite a few there. Now, theres Endicott Park, and then theres another spot there thats MAGICAL. Its not just this building. Theres a whole garden, willow tree, small church, woods, gazebo, and podiums. Its amazing and I defiantly recommend it.

Photo Credit: Danvers Historical Society

Endicott Park, Danvers, MA

"Endicott Park's 165 acres is home to some of the most unique and varied recreational land on the North Shore. The park’s landscape includes pastoral views, historic farm buildings, orchards, woodlands, and marshes, with a network of trails and gravel roads for stress free exploration of the park. Passive recreation activities for all ages abound, ranging from hiking, fishing, picnicking and enjoying the playground in the warmer months, to sledding, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing in the winter." (Endicott Park)

Photo Credit: Town of Danvers

Acorn Street,

Boston MA

For a city feel with brick walls that can accommodate any season, Acorn Street is the right spot for you.

Photo Credit: Planet Ware

Boston Common, Boston MA

"Established in 1634, Boston Common is America's oldest public park. Puritan colonists purchased the land rights to the Common's 44 acres from the first European settler of the area, Anglican minister William Blackstone." (Freedom Trail)

Photo Credit: The Edward Davis Company

Danehy park Cambridge, MA

"Danehy Park is a 50-acre recreational facility built on the site of the former city landfill. The landfill was closed to active dumping in the early 1970s. The City subsequently reclaimed what would have been a wasteland, and turned it into a community resource. At Danehy Park city residents can enjoy various activities such as softball, soccer, biking, jogging, and nature study." (Cambridge USA)

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons

Larz Anderson Park Brookline, MA

"Larz Anderson Park s a wooded, landscaped, and waterscaped 64-acre (26 ha) parkland in Brookline Massachusetts that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places . The southwest corner of the park is in Boston" (Wikipedia)

Photo Credit: Lovely Valentine

Arnold Arboretum

"The overall design was intended to be Naturalistic, fitting with existing topography and vegetation. The main road presented the collections sequentially according to genus. Entirely surrounded by a stone wall, the various entry gates were largely designed by the Olmsted firm, though the South Street entrance is attributed to architect H.H. Richardson." (The Cultural Landscape Foundation)

Photo Credit: (The Cultural Landscape Foundation)

Crane Beach

"With four miles of shoreline and 1,234 acres of sand, trails, and conservation area, Crane Beach offers an unparalleled amount of space for oceanside fun." (Northshore Magazine)

Photo Credit: Northshore Magazine

Strawberry Hill

Cambridge, MA

"It prefigured the nineteenth-century Gothic Revival.These added Gothic features such as towers and battlements outside and elaborate decoration inside to create gloomth to suit Walpole's collection of antiquarian objects, contrasting with the more cheerful or riant" (Wikipedia)

Photo Credit: Wikipedia

Wingaersheek Beach, Gloucester MA

"Located in West Gloucester MA, Wingaersheek Beach is one of the best beaches in Massachusetts. Its large size, calm waters, and protected dunes have made Wingaersheek Beach incredibly popular across every age group." (Atlantic Location Homes)

Photo Credit: Ardizonni Photography