Ember Photography - Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson
Lucky enough to have been born and raised in the outdoors of Vermont and New England, we have learned to embrace each and every one of Mother Nature’s moods. After all, says a dear friend of ours, "If there's no rain... there can be no rainbows.” Since meeting in 1998, we have been actively exploring and photographing the beauty and wonder of this incredible planet - be it right out the back door or way off in Arctic Greenland.
Since our earliest adventures together, we have been shooting for a variety of editorial, non-profit and commercial clients - a list that today includes the New York Times, Outside Magazine, The Nature Conservancy, Patagonia Inc., Backcountry Magazine, Mad River Glen and others - while simultaneously developing a successful fine-art and wedding photography business. In February 2005, we opened our first major exhibit - 'Wild People, Wild Places' – in downtown Montpelier, Vermont. The success of this exhibit motivated us to continue sharing our images in the public domain - through an ongoing series of exhibits and multi-media shows that continues today.
Behind the lens on a daily basis, we have learned to work carefully and efficiently under some very challenging and changeable conditions. Exposure to New England’s ever-changing light and color pallets fuels our creativity, and we've developed the confidence to take on a wide variety of photographic projects successfully. Be it a great big wedding, a month-long adventure in the wilds or a catalog/product shoot, the two of us work together as a dynamic duo.
If you have questions about our photography, would like to purchase our photos, license photography for your business or website, schedule a presentation or otherwise enlist our photographic services, please contact us by phone or email. Thanks!
A note about Wild People, Wild Places:
In addition to encouraging others to enjoy and protect our planet's most special places, we make significant in-kind and financial contributions each year to organizations working toward these same goals. Be it the work of the Green Mountain Club to preserve the Long Trail corridor here in Vermont, or the wildlands conservation efforts of Conservacion Patagonica in the southern Andes, working with us helps to support the long term protection of our world's most special, and increasingly threatened, places.
A few of the organizations with which we work:
Winter Wildlands Alliance
Green Mountain Club
Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC)
Stark Mountain Foundation
Catamount Trail Association/ VT Backcountry Alliance
Stark Mountain Foundation
Protect Our Winters
The Nature Conservancy
Vermont Association of Wedding Professionals (www.vawp.com)
Mad River Valley Chamber of Commerce / VermontWeddings.com
Thanks! -- Brian & Emily
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Brian and Emily were great to work with throughout the wedding planning process, and we’re thrilled with how our photos turned out!
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What a wonderful vibe Brian and Emily have! You will so enjoy their energy and attention to your vision and getting it right for you! We love having Ember Photography here at Mountain Meadows Lodge because of their professionalism and the "care-giving" and warmth they bring.