Going out for drinks on vacation is a must - whether you’re drinking alcohol or not, so it should come as no surprise that Martha’s Vineyard has its fair share of cocktail and mocktail destinations and drink lists. Offering a wide array of places to drink - from an in-town outdoor patio, a rooftop deck overlooking the harbor, or a cozy table snugged up close to a blazing fireside, the Island has it all. For non-drinkers, the following list notes the spots that excel in crafting enticing non-alcoholic beverages. Enjoy!
Indulge in their “No Buzz” selection if you’re a non-drinker; among the offerings is the tempting Stone Fruit Spritz made with mango puree, citrus, sage syrup, and soda (yum!!!). For those of you that do drink, they have a “Tried and True” section along with “Seasonally Inspired” drinks that change, you guessed it, with the seasons. Their Espresso Martini is one locals rave about, along with their famous Mojito.
Explore the cocktail menu at Atria and be dazzled by the creative drinks offered by its team of bartenders. A must is the Sparkling Sangria that’s made with Myers Rum, St. Germain, Canton, Lambrusco, and oranges. You can get it by the glass or the liter! For the non-drinkers, the mocktail menu has six gorgeous beverages that you’ll love. Our favorite? The Midnight Renewal made with strawberry lemonade, basil, activated charcoal, lemon, and honey.
Pan-Asian flavors inspire the cocktail menu at Copper Wok in Vineyard Haven and if you’re looking for a fun time, this is where you need to be. Grab a Scorpion Bowl for you and a friend, or try their Tiananmen Square, which combines sake, lemon, and agave all served over a cucumber puree ice cube.
Tucked into Nevin Square in Edgartown is Detente, where you’ll find the loveliest little patio to sip cocktails and enjoy some food. Not only is the food great but the wine and cocktail lists are divine. Try their Paloma or any of the mocktails that head bartender Luci can make for you.
Head over to Katama to the Winnetu Resort, home to the Dunes Restaurant and its gorgeous bar. The ambiance is one that promotes just pure relaxation and offers a cocktail and mocktail list that is superb. Try their Raspberry Lemon Drop drink – in either its alcoholic or non-alcoholic version, each is an equally delicious experience.
The bar at l’etoile has been renovated to appear to have come straight out of a star-lit night. The copper bar itself shines from within and provides the perfect backdrop for a delicious cocktail. Known for their Classic Startini, made with citrus vodka, Cointreau, lime juice, pomegranate puree, and a Prosecco floater, l’etoile also offers a wide array of single malt scotches and bourbons for your delight.
Oyster Bar 02557
On Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs is Oyster Bar 02557, home to a lovely list of cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages for your drinking pleasure. Looking for a traditional Pisco Sour like in Peru? They’ve got it! A Lavender Caipirinha inspired by Brazil? Cheers to that! An Aperol Spirtz like you had in Rome? Coming right up!
Sand Bar & Grille
Dig your toes into the sand on Oak Bluffs Harbor and enjoy a drink at Sand Bar. They serve up four types of Margaritas as well as a great list of signature cocktails like their Blue Shark Attack made with rum, blue Curaçao, pineapple juice, and a “school of gummy sharks”!
The Seafood Shanty
Head to the Seafood Shanty if you’re craving summery cocktails and drinks that are beach-inspired and delicious! Their “Best Damn Bloody Mary Evah!” comes with two jumbo shrimp and is a favorite. Spice lovers alert: The Ghost Pepper Margarita, made with Ghost Tequila, triple sec and house-made sour mix is your drink! If it’s a hot day, cool down with one of the Shanty’s frozen drinks - Mudslides, Pina Coladas, Daiquiris, and even Frosé!
Town Bar & Grill
With a full menu of Tiki cocktails on the drinks menu, Town is the place to be! Some samples of their Tiki drinks include:
Tiki, Do You Love Me?: white rum, dark rum, orange, lemon, passion fruit, habanero sugar
Blackberry Mai Tai: aged rum, cassis, orange, orgeat, lime
Frozen Katama, white rum, blue Curaçao, pineapple, coconut
Town Scorpion Bowl for 2: vodka, gin, silver and dark rums, orange, pineapple, grenadine, 151.
Conveniently located next to the pool of the Kelley House, the Wave Bar offers relaxed outdoor seating in a bistro patio atmosphere. Listen to live music or grab a bite to eat while enjoying a frozen drink under the sun. Perfect for people watching, relaxing by the harbor, and enjoying the outdoor summer air. Grab a Coconut Frosé, Paloma, or even a Frozen Gin & Tonic and relax by the pool at the Wave Bar!
Sunsets are not all created equal, so once you’ve seen one you have most certainly not seen them all - especially on Martha’s Vineyard. And while it’s true that you’re likely to see the best sunset of your life on the Island, (we’re serious about this) there are some areas where the setting sun will be especially stunning.
Vineyard Sunsets, the Ultimate Light Show
One of the most magical things about Martha’s Vineyard is the light. Though not easily described, and best to be experienced, the way the light reflects off the ocean as the sun comes down, coating the clouds in a golden glow, is something out of a fairytale. The best Martha’s Vineyard sunsets are quite frankly unbelievable, so make sure to put some sun gazing at the top of your Island bucket list. Following are a few of our favorite places to soak up a sunset on Martha’s Vineyard.
Menemsha Public Beach
Menemsha is probably the most popular place to enjoy a sunset for good reason: As the sun sets off to the west, Menemsha Public Beach allows a completely unobstructed view of the sun meeting the water. Family-friendly Menemsha, a working fishing village with a tranquil harbor, provides extra allure to it’s renown as the foreground to some stunning sunsets. Many visitors will stop at nearby Larsen’s Fish Market or Menemsha Fish Market to pick up a seafood dinner and enjoy it on the sand (along with a bottle of wine–it’s BYOB in Chilmark). As the sun comes down and meets the horizon it’s not uncommon for the crowd to break out in applause, celebrating the natural beauty of the sky taking place right in front of their eyes. Be warned: sunset parking in Menemsha during the summer months can be very limited, but the local bus service offers a bus shuttle from nearby Chilmark Community Center. Pro tip: For those visiting during the summer enjoy dinner at the iconic Beach Plum Inn overlooking Menemsha Harbor and catch the sunset from their outdoor patio while dining.
Lambert’s Cove Beach
With a similar view as Menemsha’s, Lambert’s Cove Beach is positioned on the western portion of Martha’s Vineyard’s north shore in West Tisbury. In season Lambert’s Cove Beach is restricted to residents only by day but many people take advantage of the evenings to congregate on the sand to soak up some epic sunsets from the shore. It’s a bit of a walk from the parking lot, but the journey is worth it. The beach itself is one of the most beautiful on the Island, with fine sand and crystal blue water making it more tropical looking than most, and the sunsets a real treat.
The Aquinnah Cliffs are a spectacular sight in their own right but, as a bonus, they also provide the perfect perch from which to enjoy an unsurpassable view of the setting sun. Aquinnah marks Martha’s Vineyard’s furthest point west and approaching the Cliffs almost feels like reaching the end of the world. With an expanse of natural beauty in every direction, you’ll have a lot to take in as the sun goes down–the water, the multi-colored clay cliffs and the historic Gay Head Lighthouse. An Aquinnah sunset will completely overwhelm your senses in the best way possible, leaving you with a memory to replay again and again.
Some of our other favorite locations for enjoying a sunset include atop the East Chop Lighthouse, Vineyard Haven Harbor and Edgartown Harbor. As we said before, a glimpse at a sunset from anywhere on-Island is likely to impress and inspire!
Martha’s Vineyard truly is a cyclists paradise and most of the Island is extremely bicycle friendly. Whether you enjoy leisurely spins along the water or are looking for a physical challenge with changing terrain and inclines you’re in luck. With designated bicycle paths and bicycle tours that showcase the beauty and intrigue of the Island, two wheels may be all you need.
Biking is one of the best ways to enjoy the Vineyard, thanks to paved pathways and miles of off-road trails that crisscross the Island. From Vineyard Haven to Oak Bluffs to Edgartown, or any combination of down-Island towns, you’ll find over 44 miles of bike trails, that are mostly flat and easier for children, as well as adults. For the more experienced rider, a tour of the up-Island communities of West Tisbury, Chilmark and Aquinnah can prove quite the challenge with their hilly and curvy roadways in the more rural areas. Want to cycle the entire Island? You’ll easily log 60+ miles along the perimeter.
Getting Here and Getting Around
Bicycles are allowed on all of the incoming ferries (generally for an additional fee) and if you need a lift back to your point of origin, all of the Vineyard Transit Authority public buses allow a limited number of bicycles too.
If you don’t own a bicycle, but still want to experience Martha’s Vineyard on two wheels, several bicycle rental shops are available to serve you. There are also bicycle repair shops available on Island to meet all your two-wheeled needs should you need a tune up before hitting the road. Click here to visit our map of bike trails to help you determine what’s the right route for you.
Rules of the Road
Bicycles shall ride WITH traffic, to the right, and single file. DO NOT ride against traffic!
Step up your Game
Interested in biking for a good cause? Check out BikeMS: Ride the Vineyard, a fundraising event in the spring. Feeling ambitious? Try the Vineyard Triathlon in the fall! Many outfitters like Backroads also offer biking expeditions of the Vineyard, allowing you to soak up the sights on two wheels along with a group of other cycling enthusiasts, and an action packed itinerary.
However you choose to enjoy the Vineyard on two wheels you’ll be happy you did!
It’s finally September and kids are back to school, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! Today, we’re talking about the most family-friendly restaurants on Martha’s Vineyard and what makes them perfect for bringing the kiddos to eat a delicious meal, as well as the entire extended family.
It’s About More Than the Menu
When putting together this list, we reached out to the local community, the one that dines out with the grandparents and aunts and uncles, the families that take their kids out to dinner as a special treat on the weekends, the ones that are looking not only for the best value, but also fun additions like coloring pages, small toys, and the like for their kids. Being “family-friendly” doesn’t only involve having a kid’s menu - a restaurant can be devoid of one but still have that familiar vibe and energy, one that welcomes kids and families without specifically having a kid’s menu.
Making Kids Welcome
Overall, our advice is to give the restaurant a call and ask if they accommodate kids - whether it’s a food preference or an environmental preference. If you have a newborn, a restaurant with very loud music might not be the best idea. Take a look at the menu and see if the options are things your child would like to eat!
So let’s check out this list of top ten places on Martha’s Vineyard for family friendly dining:
1. Coop de Ville: a great spot to watch the boats on Oak Bluffs Harbor, they have a $5.95 kid’s meal menu and coloring pages for your little ones!
2. Offshore Ale: what kid doesn’t want to eat peanuts and throw the shells on the ground with no parents scolding them? Offshore Ale is just the spot, with a delicious menu for all.
3. The Barn Bowl & Bistro: for tweens and teens, the Barn is the perfect family restaurant - a children’s menu is provided but their regular menu has a variety of dishes that will have your kid’s eating every bite! Plus, a game of bowling after dinner is always a fun idea.
4. Nomans: if your kid needs to run around before and after a meal, to the beat of their own drum (or live music) Noman’s is the spot!
5. Giordano’s: if your family loves traditional Italian dining, Gio’s is the place to be. Large bowls of spaghetti and red sauce, garlic bread to your heart’s content - perfect family dining.
6. Sharky’s Cantina: you can view the kid’s menu online, which is a great deal at $8.99 for kids 10 years and younger. What kid wouldn’t love a mini quesadilla with rice and beans!
7. The Wharf Pub: for those needing a spot to host family dinners, the Wharf takes reservations for larger parties and has a menu with something for everyone.
8. Linda Jean’s: needing a spot for lunch or dinner for your vegetarian kid? This is the spot, right in Oak Bluffs.
While many scramble to visit Martha’s Vineyard in the summer, anxious to soak up all the action, there’s a quiet calm that comes over the Island in the fall - secretly making it our favorite time to be here. It’s a sentiment with which many locals agree. On Martha’s Vineyard fall brings a slower pace, cooler (but still beautiful!) weather, great deals and some of the year’s most highly anticipated events. The crowds have lessened making it easier to get around and easing the demand for accommodations. The double benefit for you: lower rates at local hotels and more of the Island to enjoy all to yourself! Following are some insider tips for making the most out of your time during this very special season on Martha’s Vineyard.
Explore Private Beaches Without Restriction!
During the summer many of the Island’s most coveted beaches are off-limits, being open to residents only. But come mid-September these restrictions are lifted making it possible to explore most Island beaches free of charge and without any special access pass. Dogs are also allowed back on many beaches, meaning you can bring Fido and for a romp on the sand (leashes are still encouraged). Be sure to check out Lambert’s Cove Beach in West Tisbury and Lucy Vincent Beach in Chilmark during the fall, two of the Island’s most beloved beaches where you’re free to roam this time of year. Visit our comprehensive beach map here and plan your stops along the shore.
Dine Around Town with Ease
During the summer getting reservations at some of Martha’s Vineyard’s most popular restaurants can be a challenge. Take advantage of the fall when many of the local restaurants are still open and where it’s easier than ever to get a table - maybe even sneak a hello to the chef. Try some of the Island’s newest restaurants like Bettini at the Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown and The Oyster Bar 02557 (from acclaimed chef Ben DeForest of Red Cat Kitchen and Cardboard Box) in Oak Bluffs. Whether it’s seafood, Mexican, Thai or Italian there’s a restaurant waiting for you to explore this fall. Check out our directory of dining options here, and be sure to call ahead as fall hours may be in effect.
Deals, Deals, Deals
Summer is the most popular time to visit, which also means it’s also the most expensive. Fall brings discounted stays at local hotels and even better deals if you’re willing to travel midweek. Check out our roundup of hot deals at local businesses as well as our last minute lodging specials. If you’re travelling across the water with the Steamship Authority and you’re hoping to bring your car across you’re in luck, fall means it’s easier to get a reservation and, come November, the fares are cheaper too!
There’s Still a Lot Going On - Get in on the Action!
Any day of the week you can find something new and exciting to do on Martha’s Vineyard, and enjoying Island activities in the fall means parking is easier and crowds have diminished - which means that hiking and biking our trails & paths is great fun, as is hitting the golf courses, whether that be 18-holes, 9-holes, or even a miniature golf course! Major highlights of the fall event calendar include the Martha’s Vineyard Fashion Week September 27 & 28, the Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby through October 19, Featherstone’s Art of Chocolate Festival October 12 and13, and the Martha’s Vineyard Food & Wine Festival October 23–27. Check out our roundup of fall happenings and browse the local calendar of events for daily things to do during your stay.
There’s something iconic about eating perfectly fried seafood while on vacation along the coast of New England and today we are bringing you our top picks of where to find the best fried seafood on Martha’s Vineyard. Known for its plentiful waters, New England is home to some of the most hardworking fishermen and women who dedicate their lives to bringing in the freshest catch to local restaurants. Most of our visitors are foodies - or end up becoming foodies after spending some time on the Island.
The top “where can I find” delicious eats questions about Martha’s Vineyard focus on where to get the best clam chowder and where to get the best lobster rolls, but today we went out into the wild and came back with the our recommendations for where to get the best fried seafood on the Vineyard. We polled and surveyed locals all over the Island and came back with this short list. Granted there are many more spots on Island with delicious fried seafood, but the ones below were mentioned over and over again until we were drooling and craving the crispy, salty goodness of it all.
The Barn, Bowl, & Bistro
What to Order: Fish & Chips
Head to the end of Circuit Avenue to Uncus Avenue in Oak Bluffs to find the Island’s only bowling alley and in-house restaurant serving up one of the tastiest fish & chips platters on Island! Hand-breaded and then fried, the cod is served with classic tartar sauce and coleslaw.
Coop de Ville
What to Order: Fried Lobster Tails
If you’re looking for the ultimate luxury, the fried lobster tail at Coop de Ville on Oak Bluffs Harbor is it! You don’t typically see lobster served as a fried dish but when you do, we recommend getting it because when fried to a crispy exterior and still juicy interior, it’s a favorite dish of everyone that tries it!
John’s Fish Market
What to Order: Clam Cakes
A very unique item to this market, Clam Cakes are most typically native to Rhode Island but the owners of John’s Fish Market have been making this delicious treat for years. These crispy balls of briny clams and spicy Portuguese sausage are the perfect snack to have while waiting for your entree.
Giordano’s Clam Bar
What to Order: Fried Whole Belly Clams
Gio’s has been serving food on the Vineyard since 1930 and continues to so with its consistently delicious fried seafood. The Fried Whole Belly Clams are so tender and crispy, you won’t want to ever get them anywhere else. Served with French fries and coleslaw, this is a plate of fried seafood you won’t forget.
What to Order: Crispy Fantail Shrimp
Fried shrimp is a favorite and at Copper Wok, where its served with a spicy Japanese mayonnaise that pairs oh-so-well with the crispy crustaceans. The batter is light and airy, never greasy or heavy. Start with these as your appetizer before dining on any of their pan-Asian specialty dishes.
What to Order: Fish & Chips
Another classic for crispy fish and chips is the Aquinnah Shop overlooking the Cliffs. Anything you eat here will be delicious while the breathtaking view adds just that extra sparkle of magic to your meal.
The Net Result
What to Order: Fried Fish Sandwich
Finding a delicious fried fish sandwich is not difficult on Martha’s Vineyard but that said, everyone raves about the Fried Fish sandwich at The Net Result. Served with the classic tartar sauce on a soft bun, this sandwich is best enjoyed under the sun on the benches outside of the Net Result as you people watch during your meal.
Town Bar & Grill
What to Order: Fish & Chips
Head into Edgartown and on Upper Main Street you’ll find the new restaurant Town Bar & Grill serving up the crispiest fish and chips with French fries and coleslaw. The restaurant has a great patio on which to enjoy your meal and is also open year ‘round with plenty of indoor and bar seating.
What to Order: Seafood Platter
Overlooking Oak Bluffs Harbor, Nancy’s is a staple of everyone’s OB vacation. Watch the sunset while dining on the crispiest seafood plate that includes a little bit of everything: fish, scallops, shrimp, and clams.
The Lookout Tavern
What to Order: Cajun Fried Oysters
Wrapping up our list is The Lookout Tavern, another great spot in Oak Bluffs, where you can score a plate of these Cajun Fried Oysters. They are so delicious you’ll wonder why you don’t eat them daily. What makes them extra special is the dusting of Cajun seasoning that makes you come back for more.
The kids are back to school on Martha’s Vineyard and beyond, so whether you live on-Island or are visiting for a weekend or a few days, this list is bound to help you find fun, educational activities to do with the kids. Not only are these educational trips interesting, but most of them are very specific to Martha’s Vineyard and will be unique experiences that you will cherish with you kids, no matter what age.
Martha’s Vineyard offers activities all throughout the year, as the Island’s population is always in search of something fun to do with the kids after school or during the weekends.
Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
Felix Neck has so many activities but one of our favorites is Tank Time! “It's feeding time at Felix Neck! Learn about our resident snake, turtles, frogs and the many creatures in our saltwater tank and learn about these animals during their feeding time.” Tank Time happens on Mondays and Fridays and is a great way to get outside and get your kids learning about these fun animals!
Cheese Tour at Grey Barn
A unique and delicious way to learn about where our food comes from, the Grey Barn is just the spot. During the fall, on Fridays at 9 a.m., they offer a “Kids Farm Experience” (beginning September 20th, 2019). $10 per person, registration not required, they are one hour long and here’s how the Grey Barn describes it: “Bring the whole family and experience a little something different each week. Climb a tractor, chase a chicken, sketch a drawing of a baby lamb. Who knows what’s in store on kids day!” For older kids and teens, attend a cheese talk & tasting on Saturdays at 5:30 p.m. - 1.5 hours of learning and tasting some of the best and award-winning cheeses! Perfect for the foodie kids in your family.
The Farm Institute
A farm-based educational institution that connects families and children to agriculture on a working farm; the Farm Institute is now part of the Trustees of Reservation. The Farm sponsors summer camps and other educational programs focusing on land preservation, responsibility, teamwork, farming, nutritional awareness, livestock management, and the history of farming on Martha's Vineyard. During the fall, they host Fall Barnyard Buddies where you can spend Saturday morning exploring the farm in this drop-in program. Hands-on activities happen every half hour, starting at 9:30 a.m. and range week by week. Drop in anytime between 9:30 and 11 a.m. to join in on one or more activities. Some examples could be egg collecting, a bunny circle, feeding the goats, a farm story time, or a fun garden craft.
Nestled within Chappaquiddick Island on Martha's Vineyard, emerald-like, is the intimate Japanese-style garden, Mytoi, which offers natural serenity and a place of contemplation to visitors who venture here. It is the perfect spot to bring the kids for a time of rest and relaxation, where they can observe nature in a still and quiet environment. Mytoi also hosts a few events throughout the seasons, such as play groups, nature photography lessons, and much more.
Pirate Adventures Martha's Vineyard
This is a seasonal activity worth noting because kids ages 3-10 love it during the spring/summer! A magical and creative stage at sea, this vessel and its pirates set the scene for a pirate adventure unlike any other. Here’s what’s included in the 90-minute experience:
This unique Island farm is home to a few dozen alpacas, from newborn babies to adults. Island Alpaca is a great trip for kids of all ages because it mixes the fun with the educational. One daily activity is the Alpaca Walk and Talk (specifically for ages 14 and older) where you learn from the handlers all about the softest animals in the world, while walking with an alpaca by your side.
Martha’s Vineyard Museum The newly constructed Martha’s Vineyard Museum in Vineyard Haven is a campus of Island education unlike anything else on the Vineyard! Visit the Museum and try your hand at some games from the 18th and 19th centuries (and see which ones are still played today). Ask your children about their school visits to the Museum and what they discovered. Try on a Civil War uniform. Attend a lecture or program. Learn about the whaling heritage with Laura Jernegan. Join them as they build model boats or try their hands at sewing a “ditty bag” during summer programs for kids. Climb up into a lighthouse. Go on a Quest and discover Martha’s Vineyard’s “special places.” Explore the past, through artifacts, stories, art and more! The Museum also offers summer “Discovery Days” kids’ programs in two locations. Learn more here.
Located in the heart of Oak Bluffs, the MV Camp Meeting Association oversees the area commonly known as The Campground, which includes many of the colorful, renowned Gingerbread Cottages and the iconic iron Tabernacle. Here you will find a diverse and vibrant community that celebrates its historic and religious roots, dating back to the early 1800s. During the summer there are set tour times and days, but in the off season, you can lead your own tour by walking the grounds, reading the plaques, and imagining a world 160 years ago. Perfect for imaginative kids!
Aquinnah Cultural Center
Discover the ancient ways of the Wampanoags by taking a self-guided tour, which includes some highlights along Wampanoag Way. These sites are all marked and relatively easy to find. The entire tour can take a couple of hours or all day - depending on how leisurely you want to pace yourself. Going by bike? In season, take the bike ferry from Menemsha to West Basin, then begin this tour.
Capturing memories while on vacation on Martha’s Vineyard is a must in our book, and today we are sharing the top three tips from our local Island photographers. These talented professionals have captured hundreds of family portraits over the years, so they know a thing or twenty about the photography business on the Island.
Randi, Nicole, and David are all veteran photographers on Martha’s Vineyard, and not only that, but they all live and work locally. So if you’re coming to the island wanting gorgeous photos in front of anything quintessentially Martha’s Vineyard, they know just the spots - and not just the classic “in front of the lighthouse” (even though that’s also a must photo!)
When talking to the photographers, a few takeaway tips and ideas:
“I would say that the trick for dealing with bright sunshine and people squinting and blinking is to have everyone close their eyes with their heads facing the camera and their smiles on their faces. Then you count to three and on three everyone opens their eyes. It’s always been successful, though it may not be the most comfortable thing for the people in the photo to do - the light is really bright when you open your eyes back up, but at least there is a moment in one of the many, many photos I take where everyone has their eyes open.” - Nicole Friedler
For those wanting to commemorate a more sentimental shoot, Nicole has it down to a science: “Preserving that particular moment in time and giving it back to you for posterity is my passion: it is the truest definition of ‘making memories.’ Each family is truly unique and I try to capture the playful, honest and true interactions during your session so that when you look at your photos years later you’ll say, "That's not just how we looked, that's how we felt."
“My #1 tip is hire a photographer who is responsive, listens to you, is creative, and knows how to make a shoot fun.” - David Welch
For the artsy, creative crew, let David bring his art-inspired photo-journalist eye and warm personality to create timeless pictures and memories for your Martha’s Vineyard wedding celebration, family gathering or event. His Vineyard Haven studio is also 100% powered by on site renewable solar energy.
“My one best tip for family portraits - pick a time of day when your kids are at their best and most playful. Sunsets are great but not if your kids have had a long day at the beach and are exhausted - it won’t be much fun. If you MUST capture the sunset, make sure your kids take a nap and get fed before your portrait session.” - Randi Baird
Randi is your lady if you’re looking for design to be woven into the photos as she states, “The challenge I set for myself every time I pick up the camera: Where is the art? How do I bring forth the design?”
See the full list of Island photographers on our Chamber listing here.
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