Art From Above Vermont Book!

My book Art From Above Vermont has been published by Schiffer Publishing. You can order it here! Check out Chris Spencer’s Trailer for the book! I’d like to thank Cheryl Weber at Schiffer Publishing, Bill McKibben for the excellent foreword and Picture Editor Mary Vignoles for photo editing and sequencing! I’d also like to thank… Read more »

Vermont, Dressed in Snow

I am extremely grateful to Phaedra Brown and Stephen Hiltner at The New York Times for publishing my second drone photo essay “Vermont, Dressed in Snow” in The World Through A Lens series. This series focuses on making drone photos during Vermont’s snowy winters.  

Man-Made, From Above

Man-Made, From Above Although I love to photograph Vermont’s bucolic landscape with a drone, I equally like to aim my aerial camera at man-made structures below. Winter shadows make geometric patterns between solar panels, while pale winter sun highlights the doubled shape of a yellow playground structure. Monkey bars! From above, we see the patched… Read more »

Caleb Kenna Pop Up Photography Show

Caleb Kenna Vermont Drone Photography Pop-Up Exhibition in Brandon Outdoor Photo Show – Socially Distanced Self-Guided Fine Art Photography Show 20% Off Print Prices Visitors welcome to view prints displayed in the windows of a 1910 – Era Tea House – Observatory on Mount Pleasant 40 Old Farm Road, Brandon, Vermont 05733 Extended until December… Read more »

 The New York Times Publishes Behold Vermont, From Above

On July 13, 2020, (online) and July 15, 2020 (Print) The New York Times published Behold Vermont, From Above, a photo essay with text and 17 photos about my drone photography in Vermont. The response has been incredible, with a flood of comments, emails, print requests, Instagram followers and messages on Facebook and Linked-In. I am… Read more »

Two Months In – Vermont Drone Photography During The Coronavirus

    For the past two months our world has been different; it’s a world of social distancing, staying at home, online learning and face masks. Nearly 100,000 Americans have died. In Vermont, winter has edged into spring, and spring has jumped into early summer heat. Vermont’s landscape has shifted from snowy white to dull… Read more »

India Rewind: 2000-2020

Click on pictures to see full size gallery, story below. During one of my first trips to India in 2002, I arrived in Delhi expecting to see throngs of people bustling about the city. Instead the streets were empty with almost no one around. As I walked around in disbelief, three young men on a… Read more »

How Killington Makes Its Snow Assignment for The New York Times

In January I got a short email from Phaedra Brown, Photo Editor at The New York Times Travel Section, to ask whether I’d be available for a very visual assignment at Killington. Yes, I responded quickly! It had been a while since getting an assignment from the Times or The Travel Section. On a cloudy… Read more »