Bellemore Photography offering Wedding Photography, Engagement Photography, Kids Portraits, Family Portraits and other photography services.
About Bellemore Photography
Suzanne and her team at Bellemore Photography believe that great pictures come from being relaxed and enjoying yourself. Whether it's your wedding day or family portraits, Suzanne will work with you to keep the day stress free and comfortable. Have teenagers that aren't thrilled with the prospect of getting their picture taken? A groom that hates posing? Little ones that will never stay still? Not a problem! We understand and can help you get the shots you want while having some fun. Suzanne will capture amazing and unforgettable moments, allowing you to sit back, relax and enjoy.
Suzanne Freeman- Owner/Photographer
Suzanne has been taking pictures since she was old enough to operate a camera. Starting out with a 110 camera when she was very young, Suzanne now uses a Canon 5D as her primary camera. She truly loves photography and working with people. Whether it's a portrait shoot in your home or your wedding day, she approaches each event with a sense of unbridled enthusiasm and love for what she does. This shows through in her work, resulting in amazing pictures of your day. She has endless patience and will work to eliminate the stress from your special day or portrait session. Portraits are taken on site in your child's own comfortable environment, reducing their stress level, making for better pictures. Suzanne has two very well photographed sons of her own and is an expert in working with children of all ages.
The origin of the name, "Bellemore" Photography
I am often asked where I got the name Bellemore Photography from. My grandmother, Patricia, always believed me. Whether it was selling my crayon drawings on her front stoop, going to college, or training for a 5k, she always supported me. So when she passed, I took the money that she left me and created this business. Her maiden name was Bellemore, so I thought naming the business after her was a fitting way to honor her memory.