In this installment of the Adventure Photographer Series, we have the privilege of featuring the work of the truly talented, Curtis Savard. In the past few months, we have been dazzled by some stunning photography in Curtis’ twitter feed, and couldn’t help but notice he was using the Borealis AT camera backpack. Evidenced by his photos, Curtis is clearly an adventurer at heart. His skills are illustrated in his keen eye for capturing the essence of the Vermont countryside and in-the-moment portraiture.
We hope you enjoy these selections from Curtis’ body of work, and hope you have a moment to look further into his media channels. You will certainly learn a thing or two about composition, not to mention take a brief mental vacation to the Vermont life.
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Captions in the artist’s own words…
Curtis Savard spends the day with Chris Krug from Hardwater Kiting and Eastside Bike Guides snowkiting on Lake Champlain in Vermont. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
I love photographing Weddings, such as this wonderful couple that got married in Richmond, Vermont. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography.
Naturalist Rachel Bakerian skinning for first light on Mt. Mansfield in Vermont. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
Curtis Savard spending the afternoon with Dimitri Maramenides as he taps at the dock in the Outer Banks, North Carolina. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
One of my favorite out takes during one of my fashion editorial photo shoots in the Northeast. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
Curtis Savard photographs Meathead films around Burlington during urban skiing photo shoot for Vermont Life. Ski the East! / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
Creative and unique portraiture is one of my favorite aspects of all my photography, such as the inside of this clock tower in Vermont. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
I love photographing all aspects of live wherever I travel, these Scottish Highlander Cattle I fell in love with while skiing at Trapp’s Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
I love creating Unique & creative off camera lighting for powerful and dramatic imagery withh aspects of my photography. This particular image I photographed for the stage production of, “Doubt”. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
Scouting out unique locations is one of my favorite aspects of my job as a photographer, because it allows me find special hidden gems and the unique people that make them memorable. Such, as this evening when a few local Vermonter friends & I utilized this old lift during Springtime. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
I love snowkiting and photographing freestyle kiting year round, this particular image I photographed with the pros at REAL Kiteboarding during a late evening session in the Outer Bannks, North Carolina. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
curtissavardimages12(B&W Wedding Couple Kissing at Pool): My love for Wedding Photography allows me to travel to many beautiful and unique venues, this wonderful moment I photographed was at a Wedding in New Hamphsire. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
I am always working on personal photography projects….this particular image I photographed as part of my passion for contrasty, black & white landscapes. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
Photographing Wedding engagements is an amazing experience, such as this wedding engagement session that was featured in Vermont Vows / WellWEd magazine. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
Self Portrait Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography
Photographing life with a unique, creative perspective is what I love, and it is moments like this day with a tower repair crew at 400 feet plus that I remember why I LOVE my job as a photographer. / Photo Credit: Curtis Savard Photography