Eliza duPont is relatively new to the field of photography, however she has worked with a variety of clients doing a range of jobs including wedding, proposal, event, portraiture, and commercial photography. She graduated from the University of Vermont with a bachelor of arts in psychology and studio art with a focus in photography. She is now a full time graduate student in Boston, however continues to make time for photography.
My favorite part about being a photographer is the interaction with people. Capturing human moments that would otherwise pass-by is extremely special and I feel privileged to be welcomed into those experiences.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I have done many weddings and family shoots that I made special by introducing myself to the situation with grace and compassion. I find it of the utmost importance to gather information from the client about his or her expectations so I can work my hardest to fulfill them.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
I was recognized as a person of acknowledgement for my photographic contribution to the Burlington, VT business House of Fermentology in the book, “Making Beer: From Homebrew to the House of Fermentology” written by Bill Mares & Todd Haire. I was also credited for photographic contributions to the local newspaper of Burlington, VT, the “Seven Days”.
A fun fact about this photographer
I love the outdoors and choose to spend my free time skiing, climbing, hiking, playing soccer, biking, or doing yoga!