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While we have a deep affinity for tent camping, it’s tough to beat the shelter and coziness of a classic cabin in the woods, especially on a cold and snowy winter day. We’re constantly on the lookout for dog-friendly cabins in the Adirondacks, New England, and beyond, and we enjoy capturing the essence of a cabin through photography as much as we enjoying staying in a cabin. If you’re a cabin owner looking to upgrade the photos of your treasured escape, we’re here to help! Whether exchanging photos for a free stay or payment, it brings us immense joy to provide a cabin owner with images that showcase their cabin in a unique and eye-catching way. Below you can find examples of photos that we’ve taken, as well as testimonials from cabin owners that we’ve worked with. If you’re interested in working with us, feel free to DM us on Instagram or use the Contact page at the top of this website.

Treehouse Grove; Gatlinburg, Tennessee

“Joey was wonderful to work with – very kind and communicative! He really focused on what we were looking for, and we loved our images!”

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Kingdom A-Frame; Burke, Vermont:

“We had the pleasure of hosting Joey at our cabin. During his stay, he took the most amazing photos. The one we posted on social media is a fan favorite. He captured the feeling of being there so well. We love his work!”

Stone City Treehouse; Hardwick, Vermont:

“Joey took some of my absolute favorite pictures of the treehouse while they were staying here. Very impressive work! And, they were also great guests and lovely people! Hope to see them here again!”

Adirondack Cozy Log Cabin and A-Frame; Jay, New York:

“Joey is one of our favorite guests. He comes to visit fairly often and makes the most of the ADK’s. We love when he visits and he takes great care of our cabins and takes amazing photos!” 

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Nelson’s Cottages; Inlet, New York:

“Joey and Amanda Priola (Priola Photography) did some work for our cottage rental business this past June. Besides doing excellent photography work, they are amazing professionals. They took a lot of time to talk through our options and make sure they understood what we wanted. They are thoughtful, conscientious, and hardworking. I highly recommend them for all your photography needs.”

Aluminum Prints

My personal favorite method of photo printing and display is to print my photographs on aluminum through a process known as dye-sublimation. The result is a print of unrivaled clarity, color, and beauty. Aluminum prints come ready-to-hang using a float mount, which sets the print 1″ off the wall, giving the print the appearance of “floating” off the wall. This striking and modern look eliminates the need for a frame, matting, and glass, reducing cost and glare. Order here.

Photo of the Week

A fantastic winter sunrise lights up the sky above the rugged, beautiful and snowy Maine coast. While the vast majority of people visit Maine’s coastal regions in the summer months, winter is a truly magical time to visit, as the throngs of summer tourists are gone and one can often experience and appreciate the uniqueness of the Maine coast in total solitude. Prints Available.

How to Order

To purchase a print, simply click “Buy” below the image title and caption, and you’ll be able to select the size and framing option of your choice. If you are viewing the image on a mobile device or in full screen mode, just click the << symbol in the upper-right of the webpage to reveal the “Buy” option at the bottom of the page. For any questions regarding prints, please send me a message by clicking on the “contact” tab at the top of this page, and I will get back to you shortly. Prints are typically delivered within 2-3 weeks of ordering. Prints

Photo of the Week

Is there anything more New England than a Christmas tree made out of lobster traps and buoys? “Trees” of different sizes and arrangements can be found in coastal towns throughout New England during the Christmas season, and the tree pictured here comes with the added bonus of having the Nubble Lighthouse, dressed in its own Christmas lights, as a backdrop. Prints Available.