Zachary P. Stephens (1983) is an American photographer and photography educator currently residing in southern New Hampshire. Zachary is the Program Director at the In-Sight Photography Project, Director of the Exposures Program, and an adjunct instructor at Landmark College.

A 2003 graduate of the Hallmark Institute of Photography, Zachary has worked as a professional photojournalist for over 13 years for the Brattleboro Reformer, Bennington Banner, and the Greenfield Recorder. His work has also appeared in the New York Times, The Boston Herald, The Boston Globe, Vermont Life Magazine, Seven Days, the Burlington Free Press, as well as many other publications.

As an artist Zachary’s work has appeared in several galleries nationwide.

Zachary is a member of the Visura GUILD and of the Society for Photographic Education.



Do you travel for weddings and other events?
Absolutely - I am based out of Hinsdale, NH and love to travel!

What kind of cameras do you have? Do you shoot film?
Primarily I shoot with Fuji x cameras and work in a documentary fashion. I also have a several film cameras (medium format + 35mm) that I enjoy to use, and portraits made with a 4x5 large format camera are available in some packages.

What is required to book my wedding date?
I ask for a $500 non-refundable deposit to hold your date. 

When and how do I get my images?
For wedding packages, you’ll receive your photos in eight weeks or less after your wedding day. Family / children / newborn portraits typically are received in two weeks or less. Prints and albums are available for an additional price.

How many photos will I get?
Typically a minimum of 500 edited images for a wedding (a low estimate) and around 30 from a portrait session.

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