About Me

Hi everyone!  If you’re engaged, congratulations! It’d be my honor to photograph and/or film your wedding day. It’s my goal to tell your unique love story through artistic, emotional and documentary images of your wedding day; to create images and films that you’ll cherish for a lifetime and will become your family heirlooms. I’ll customize my approach for you, to flow with your unique vision of your perfect day. I’d love to hear about your wedding plans so please visit my contact page for more information, or just to say hello. I look forward to connecting with you!  -Adam

BIO: Adam Frehm comes from a family of artists. His grandfather, Walter Frehm, was the leading illustrator for the famous Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. Adam’s great uncle Leonard Frehm founded the Westport School of Photography in Connecticut, both his father and uncle are photographers, and his grandmother was an accomplished pianist who studied under one of Antonin Dvorak’s students. For the past few years Adam has won Wedding Wire’s ‘Couples Choice Awards’ by being rated among the top wedding professionals nation-wide. Along with his photography career, Adam is a an accomplished musician, recording engineer, songwriter, music producer, salsa dancer and kitesurfer. In July 2009, Adam took first place in the national Dobro Championship at the Rockygrass Bluegrass Festival in Lyons, Colorodo. Adam has recorded with Mike Gordon, bassist of the rock band Phish. Adam is also a Grammy Award Nominee for his musical contribution on the album ‘Further Down the Old Plank Road’ by the legendary, world-famous Irish band, The Chieftains.

Adam Frehm specializes in wedding and lifestyle photography and cinematography, but also excels in other areas of multi media productions. His aerial photo and video work has become recognized as an exciting, unique opportunity for his clients. His work has been published in the New York Times, Vermont Magazine, Woodstock Magazine, Vermont Life, Wedding Wire, The Knot, Vermont Vows, Boulder Weekly, Vail Daily, Seven Days, Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, and countless online publications.