Testimonials

The word on the street is...

  • Allison S.

    “April’s work is pure magic. After each first-viewing, I feel like it’s impossible for my family’s pictures to get any better, and then our next session happens, and I’m in awe all over again.”

    - Allison S.
  • Nicci P.

    “Mr. And Mrs. April Eve images came all the way to Oregon to photograph my sisters wedding, they were wonderful to work with and the images are gorgeous. They captured everything and more! I can’t recommend them enough!!”

    - Nicci P.
  • Kaitlin M.

    “This session was by far the BEST family photo experience I have ever had. April has a special way and ease about what she does, making the experience fun for all. ”

     

    - Kaitlin M.

Some Recent Work

Bella’s Downtown Northampton Senior Portraits | Williston Northampton

Bella’s Downtown Northampton Senior Portraits | Williston Northampton

Game of Thrones Fans – is it just me, or does Bella remind you of Aria Stark? Beautiful, smart, sweet and really tough… the best combination of them all. We knew when we started to plan for this session, that a pretty garden whimsical setting wasn’t going to make sense with Bella’s style. Downtown Northampton […]

Aaya’s Family Portrait at Mount Holyoke College | South Hadley, MA

Aaya’s Family Portrait at Mount Holyoke College | South Hadley, MA

Spring is such a beautiful time on Mount Holyoke College’s campus. All of the flowering trees and bushes are in bloom, the sunshine keeps everyone warm, and you are surrounded by the hush of the students studying for finals… until Aaya’s Papa starts to quack like a duck to get her to smile. Seriously though, […]

The Feeley’s Fall Family Portrait | Amherst MA Photographer

The Feeley’s Fall Family Portrait | Amherst MA Photographer

Has anyone else noticed that this year’s fall foliage is particularly stunning? Puffer’s Pond in Amherst, Ma was no exception on this brisk autumn morning. The Feeley family came ready to run, skip, jump, and play! We had fun racing, throwing rocks into the pond, counting ducks, and especially throwing piles of leaves into the air. […]