» Janelle Carmela | Boston, MA Photographer

Meet The Team

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There are certain things you should know about me.

  • I put potato chips in my sandwich.

  • I had the best haircut of my life at age 3. I’m still hunting for a hairdresser who can surpass that glorious 80s bowl cut.

  • I was named after my grandmother and desperately wanted a “normal” name growing up.  The older I get, the more blessed I feel to carry a piece of her around with me wherever I go.

  • I believe, hands down, that Andy Cohen is the most brilliant creative genius who ever lived.

  • I still have pictures from my very first photo shoot: 1988, disposable camera, total framers.

I am passionate about making details like these—the small, everyday snapshots of your life—into memorable moments to not only remember, but look at forever

I adore spending time with new people: couples just starting their lives together, adorable little toddlers with lopsided grins and eyes full of mischief, and families that are constantly changing and growing. The thought that our photo session, our collaboration, will result in images that will one day be shared with your grandchildren, or even your grandchildren’s grandchildren, makes me smile from ear to ear. I’m not just interested in taking a pretty picture (though I love pretty pictures, don’t get me wrong!). I’m interested in taking photos that say something about you. I see potential everywhere—cobblestone streets, a Radio Flyer wagon, your polka dot shirt—and I mix and match in order to capture the extremely unique and practically perfect version of you that all your friends and family are lucky enough to know.

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Leo’s cheeks can certainly fill the frame of any photo, and he endeavors to put potential clients at ease. He constantly strives to add to his ever-growing skill set. His latest goals include rolling over, belly laughs, and blowing raspberries.

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While Sauce is an excellent photography subject, he doesn’t have the best photographic eye (mostly because he can’t see past his hair). He may be easily distracted by squirrels, dog toys, and bacon. His strengths include panting, pulling on his leash, and being occasionally obedient.



So what are you waiting for? Grab a cup of  coffee, scroll through our site, and say hello! We can’t wait to meet you.








PS: And just in case you thought I was kidding about having pictures from my first photo shoot, I wanted to provide some evidence.  So lucky to have parents that save everything!

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