Caleb Kenna is a Vermont photographer who is drawn to great light and color to capture photographs of people, buildings and landscapes in the Green Mountain State. Based in Brandon, Vermont, Caleb has worked as a freelance photographer and writer for more than twenty years, making images for a wide variety of publications and clients, including The New York Times, Boston Globe, Outside, Travel + Leisure, Lonely Planet, and Vermont Life. Caleb co-created The Golden Cage – Mexican Migrant Workers and Vermont Dairy Farmers, a multimedia project of photographs and interviews made with the Vermont Folklife Center, which gave voice and visibility to a hidden population of migrant workers on Vermont dairy farms. Caleb has also photographed extensively for the Vermont Land Trust over the past decade, highlighting the people and places involved in conserving Vermont’s green working landscape. Caleb is a certified drone pilot and has been using a drone to make aerial photographs of Vermont’s towns, structures and landscapes for fine art, commercial, real estate and architectural clients. Whether making engaging portraits of Vermonters or capturing vibrant Vermont landscapes, Caleb strives to create evocative and dynamic photographs.