I’m Shannon Sorensen

photographer, writer and creative heart

I work with bold, innovative women who go after their dreams and build a career and life they love. They are creative entrepreneurs, makers, artists, and small business owners looking to grow & thrive with photography that tells their story and elevates their brand. With 13 years of experience, I am passionate about sharing my photography and branding knowledge and creating tools to make your life easier.

the lady behind the lens

  • I have been with my husband since we were 17, half our lives!

  • I’m mama to Lily, Andrew “Roo”, and our angel baby, Erik.

  • We live in central Connecticut just outside Hartford. We’re lifelong New Englanders.

  • I started drinking coffee when I was 14. Yikes.

  • I enjoy crocheting, painting, singing, and adult coloring books.

  • Throw blankets put me to sleep.

  • If I met Mindy Kaling, Amy Poehler or Lin Manuel Miranda, I will have no chill.

  • I live in flip flops!

  • I can make a mean gluten free pizza from scratch and Sunday nights are designated pizza nights.

  • The last books I read were The Nightengale by Kristin Hannah and Other Words for Home by Jasmine Warga. I’m currently reading Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel.

  • My favorite color is yellow because it’s cheerful and bold.

  • I love musicals and most days can be found singing showtunes while I work, drive, shower, cook…

Branding Photographer, Small Business Photographer, Hartford Connecticut, Boston Massachusetts, Newington, Scituate, Duxbury, Shannon Sorensen Photography
 

NOW I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

The best way to connect if you’re interested in working together is to simply fill out the form below, and I’ll be in touch soon!

Let me know how I can help your business grow so you can spend more time on what makes you happy.


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Connecticut Family Photographer, Duxbury Massachusetts, Scituate Massachusetts, Shannon Sorensen Photography
Connecticut Family Photographer, Duxbury Massachusetts, Scituate Massachusetts, Shannon Sorensen Photography