Category: Vermont Aerial Photography

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 »

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 »

Vermont Landscapes Drone Video

  Often when I am making still drone photos around Vermont, I will also shoot a few video clips. Here are a few recent drone video clips. Using a drone has transformed my ability to photograph Vermont’s rural landscapes. In the past I would hire an airplane once or twice a year and hope for… Read more »

A Bird’s-eye View of Vermont

Four Seasons Above Vermont’s Landscape I’ve been using a drone to make aerial photographs of Vermont for several years, but only recently have I been photographing straight down on the landscapes of the Green Mountains. My first impulse as a drone photographer was to go as high as possible – 400 feet – and make… Read more »

A New Site for a New Year

  For the past few months I’ve been working on a new website that pulls into focus the kind of photography I love to do. For me it comes down to beautiful landscapes and engaging portraits. Working with Freelance Picture Editor Mary Vignoles, I boiled down my images to those that best captured my style… Read more »

Looking Back on 2018

As the short days of December come to a close, it seems natural to reflect back on 2018. Although I had three foot surgeries for bone spurs and my Achilles tendon – one planned and two unplanned – I was able to stay busy between rehabilitations and came to greatly appreciate the ability to walk… Read more »