Amy Simoneau has been focusing on her passion, photography, for years in New England. She has a photojournalist style targeting emotion with a unique perspective that her work as a hands-on owner of a property management and concierge business allows her stunning insight into the World around her.
Compelling nature scenes, animated pet photography, and creative light painting have been the areas Amy has been drawn to; she takes just as much pride in student and family portraits that capture the essence of her subjects’ spirits as well.
A native of New Hampshire, Amy believes in giving back to her community, having volunteered for many non-profits, including Crotched Mountain Rehab Center Bike Race, Extreme Make-Over Home Edition in NH, charitable fundraisers for families in need, and has been active in helping a non-profit homeless film project as a photographer, videographer, and editor.
Amy is a respected member of both national and local artistic organizations, including the National Association of Photoshop Professionals and Peterborough, NH’s renowned Sharon Arts Center. Amy is always growing and experimenting creatively with photography, and she continuously challenges herself by attending photography courses, workshops, and seminars.
Each fresh day gives Amy a greater perspective and newer ways of telling a story through her intimate camera lens.
“Every day for me consists of running a small business, bills to pay, and people to please. No matter what… my day is accompanied with my camera bag slung over my back as I head out the door.” -Amy Simoneau