Purchase Terri's work at Appleton Farms!
Pick up small mounted photos on square wooden boards and a variety of cards at the Appleton Farms store, Ipswich.
Check out the selection of mounted prints and cards in person or here for a preview.
Art Week 2019
Workshop: Portraits in Landscape
May 4, 2019 4-7pm
Join Terri at Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA for this fun 3 hour workshop. Start in the barn with a discussion & slideshow, then trek the grounds with camera in hand to learn how to make better portraits in landscape. Bring comfortable shoes and a sense of humor. More info or to Register: Artweek Ma
There is so much going on during Artweek 2019!
Check out the website to view other fabulous events all over the state of Massachusetts. Have fun!
Barnyard Holiday Market
Friday November 30, 2019
selling iconic images of clamming & farming from Ipswich and the North Shore - mounted on rustic wood, cards, and more.
Crane Estate Annual Art Show & Sale
earth, wind, fire & water
November 2-4, 2019
Castle Hill on the Crane Estate, Ipswich
Focusing on Ipswich
at the Ipswich Museum
Opening: Friday June 22 from 5:30-7:30
Exhibition runs through October 2019
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a little about me..
since the early 1990's I've worked in some capacity as a photographer, engaging in the genres of photojournalism, commercial, editorial and fine art. At the beginning of my career I shot exclusively with black and white film, making silver prints in my darkroom. digital technology has allowed for a more expansive range of work that compliments my analog passion and the craft of making images.
I'm inspired primarily by photojournalists, documentary and art photographers such as W. Eugene Smith, Dorthea Lange, Robert Capa, Alfred Stiegliz, Mary Ellen Mark,
Emmet Gowin and Sally Mann.
In a formal setting, I studied political science at The Pennsylvania State University. Informally, I learned much more.. hanging around photo studios, meeting people & photographing on the street, traveling. being technically challenged, my negatives were always a mess, which made my printing skills a whole lot better. i rarely use studio lights probably because i'm not very good with them, but using natural light seems to be instinctive for me.
my genuine passion is to reach a deeper understanding of humanity.
gasp. that's a tall order, so usually i'm satisfied when I make a still image that captures a moment or gesture that reflects something below the surface, whether unique or universal, that's relatable.
i'm insanely happy about being a mom, love to cook, a wanna be farmer, political junkie, have an insatiable curiosity about astronomy and am super happy just being a part of this insane existence.
Marsh Creek Studios offers lifestyle wedding photography. Terri and her colleague, Alex Knudsen founded the studio and together they offer full service wedding coverage with multiple packages and options.