Friday, September 30th and 
Sunday, October 2nd


Capture your precious family memories with the timeless, scenic backdrop of Silver Bell Farm...

Photographed by award-winning photographer Brian Marsh, our seasonal family photo sessions are a simple, convenient way to get your family together and capture special moments. 

In addition to high quality photographs, photo sessions at the farm include access to the farm store where you can take a break from the cold (or heat!).  Young children will also enjoy a play break on our playground or inside at the train table. 

Use the links below to register for an upcoming session. 

I've spent the last several years refining my signature style that seamlessly blends a modern approach and creative eye. Whether it's a wedding or family session, I capture each moment with a unique touch. I balance posed, semi-posed, and candid moments to best authentically showcases every moment and person. With my versatile knowledge in lighting, I can capture clients in any atmosphere or venue. I love photographing using dramatic lighting to add depth into a scene.

Located in the rural town of Granby, MA, I started out by photographing my own children (and still do). I'm fortunate that my passion has scaled into a profession and that I can share artful documentation with as many people as I do. 

I've built meaningful relationships with my clients by making the process easy and personal. I'll remove some of the guesswork and guide you along the entire photography experience. 

Professional Photography Policy

We love that you love to take photos at Silver Bell Farm, and personal photography is always welcomed. However, outside professional photography is not permitted on the farm. Please call 413-977-8447 if you have questions. 

Each 15 minute, outdoor, professional photo session includes access to seasonal backdrops and props, and 10 professionally edited digital images. 



Choose a session below, book your time-slot on our registration page, and show up for your photo-op!



Friday, November 4th and 
Sunday, November 6th